Hotel Data Conference 2020
 
Hotel Data Conference 2020
04 AUGUST 2020 2:30 PM

The HNN editorial team recaps the latest hotel performance trends and industry topics discussed during the first virtual Hotel Data Conference held in August.

A look at where demand is going as US top 25 lose share
US pipeline growing; pandemic could moderate supply
As US top 25 struggle, some markets shine
Insights on economy hotels’ rise above higher segments
US markets get biggest bump in demand over weekends
Popularity of soft brands provides resiliency
Ramp-up to ‘normal’ varies by hotel, conditions
HDC: Overcoming the industry’s biggest obstacle
Demand drags on occupancy, not rate, in new US forecast
Execs: Need for in-person connection will save hotels
Demand fundamentals, stimulus cash key to US recovery
Hotel operators rewriting the playbook due to pandemic
US declines have ‘bottomed out,’ but now stark realism
How lessons from 2009 can help pricing in this downturn
Past cycles indicate COVID-19 isn’t a cycle at all
How revenue managers are rethinking rate structures
Month by month, US hotel profitability improves
Nashville conventions chief confident of bounceback
Davidson exec on temporary hotel closures, operations
How Omni has navigated the ‘unthinkable’

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