NYU 2019
NYU 2019
10 JUNE 2019 8:07 AM

The Hotel News Now editorial team recaps the 2019 NYU International Hospitality Industry Investment Conference.

Hotel CEOs take longer view on troubles facing industry
Rate, supply concerns weigh on latest US hotel outlook
Cost concerns weigh heavy on hotel deals
Marriott looks to redefine select-service in lifestyle
REIT execs: The bid-ask gap is widening, slowing deals
Burning questions: Too many brands? Too much tech?
Tech execs: Everyone is fighting for guest connection
Leaner operations not always better, hoteliers say
Hilton charts path forward after celebrating centennial
For MCR, TWA Hotel shows strength of independents
Two years into CEO role, Barr fills out IHG portfolio
Indian Hotels’ Chhatwal on the value of diversification
Meininger CEO on brand’s US debut, disruptor status
Oberg: How Bonvoy unites Marriott brand family
Unique partnerships continue to propel Loews’ growth
Trinity expands to new geography, asset types
Hard Rock Hotels turns development up to 11
ROI, resilience keep budget brands viable
Pebblebrook CEO on LaSalle integration, beyond
Robust Hampton pipeline includes new entries for brand
Owners, developers optimistic about opportunity zones
GFI looking to shape destinations, not just properties
IT execs on dealing with the complicated tech landscape
CEO: Margaritaville’s all-inclusive move a natural fit
NYU Notebook: Companies maximize cycle dynamics

NYU Day One: proactive paranoia from hotel CEOs
NYU Day Two: Hotel leaders invite a little chaos

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