ALIS 2020
ALIS 2020
28 JANUARY 2020 8:30 AM

The Hotel News Now editorial team recaps the Americas Lodging Investment Summit, held 27-29 January in Los Angeles.

ALIS Day One: 2020 brings challenges, new brands
ALIS Day Two: Real talk on looming cycle shift
Choice’s EverHome Suites aimed at investor, guest needs
Forecasts reflect slow-to-no growth, supply increases
CEOs say brands must evolve to keep up with consumers
Economists expect long, lackluster cycle
Brand proliferation allows owners to be particular
CEOs on the give-and-take of hotel loyalty programs
Mit Shah on Noble’s recession-resistant strategy
CEOs analyze state of M&A, hotel transactions
Experts see innovation as key to loyalty growth
Multiple elements define luxury hotel success
Yotel CEO on getting investors to embrace small rooms
Hilton’s Silcock on the value of data-driven decisions
How major operators are coping with tight jobs market
Owners, brands bolster cooperation amid challenges
Brand execs say consumers decide brand tipping point
Marriott takes ‘thoughtful’ approach to global growth
IHG’s Americas CEO on strategy for the new decade
Outrigger Hotels and Resorts in expansion mode
Hoteliers must venture to keep renovations simple
Ashford seeks to outperform REITs in slow environment
Aimbridge’s O’Stean on benefits, challenges of scale
Davidson keys in on uniqueness among managers
LIIC: Adapting to changes in the hotel industry
Marilyn Carlson Nelson on safer, more diverse industry
Braemar boosts portfolio despite slow transactions pace

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