ALIS 2019
ALIS 2019
04 FEBRUARY 2019 2:08 PM

This coverage roundup compiles the latest from the Americas Lodging Investment Summit in Los Angeles, where hoteliers met to set their expectations for 2019 and beyond.

Analysts expect 2019 to be a healthy year for hotels
IREFAC members foresee steady 2019 despite headwinds
Goldman Sachs CEO talks economy with Hilton’s Nassetta
First developer expects new Caesars brand to resonate
CEOs: Labor, loyalty, distribution still top of mind
Execs discuss challenges with staff, guest retention
Executives share visions for role of tech in hotels
Dream Hotel Group growing global lifestyle portfolio
Execs say there’s still time to capture hotel value
Hoteliers mixed on effects of shutdown, tax reform
NewcrestImage CEO embraces branded lifestyle hotels
CapEx study authors: 4% reserves ‘not enough’
Hilton notebook: Curio, all-suites brands show growth
Cambria expands push into top-tier cities
Interstate CEO on investing in people, portfolio
HP Hotels uses tech to improve service, company culture
Hersha positions portfolio to achieve $200m EBITDA goal
Palisades introduces Local Framework to build portfolio
ESA CEO talks franchise milestones, development

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