ALIS 2018
ALIS 2018
25 JANUARY 2018 1:30 PM

As hoteliers open 2018, discussion at the Americas Lodging Investment Summit centered on how long the industry growth seen throughout 2017 will continue to be sustainable.

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Marriott CFO shares growth highlights, outlines future
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Loews expands ‘immersive’ strategy to grow portfolio
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Marriott execs share North America development strategy
Pacious: Choice to focus on owners, brand development
Navigating legal challenges in the hotel industry
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Hilton’s Cordell shares insight into new brand creation
Hoteliers deal with uncertainty by adjusting strategies
IREFAC: The industry effects of capital shifts, pricing
Owners, operators share strategies for offsetting costs
Tax reform bolsters confidence for owners, operators
ALIS: Strong demand to propel 2018 hotel performance
ALIS Day Two: Confidence high despite cost, labor woes
ALIS Day One: What is the new normal?

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