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  • RECORDING NOW AVAILABLE: U.S. Hotels Outlook Flash Call

    by Matt Mullen | Jun 01, 2020
    The Macro Hotel Forecast and Overview Flash Call, held on June 1st, is now available for playback and download. CBRE Econometric Advisors and CBRE Hotels Research took an in-depth look into: 
    • - Macro economic outlook
    • - Hotel industry trends and forecasts
    • - Hotel Profitability insights


  • [UPDATED] U.S. Hotels Viewpoint | An Updated 2020 Outlook

    by Jamie Lane | Mar 24, 2020

    UPDATED: April 14, 2020

    Economic conditions are deteriorating quickly with the Covid-19 outbreak causing a sharp drop in economic activity. Hotels are experiencing a significant contraction to demand. Our current expectations are that as early as Q3 2020, activity will begin to stabilize, and a recovery is expected to be underway by Q4. 

    CBRE Hotels Research has released a preliminary 2020 forecast that analyzes the impact of the pandemic on hotel performance and provides insight as to how hotels may start to recover in the back half of the year.

    Key Findings:

    • - CBRE expects GDP growth will decline by 4% in 2020.
    • - U.S. RevPAR will decline by 46% in 2020, with a contraction of almost 80% in Q2.
    • - Occupancy will decline by 36%; ADRs are expected to decline 16% in 2020.
    • - The most complex constraint impairing travel comes from social distancing efforts  and travel or group gathering restrictions on global populations.
    • - Properties that primarily cater to discretionary travel will be affected most, i.e. luxury, upper upscale, urban, airport, and resort properties.

    Click here to read the full report.

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