With the Covid-related restrictions of the last fifteen months easing for many in the hotel and hospitality industry, we consider whether any of the existing stress will turn into distress?
The pandemic has outlined some of the current inequalities within the hotel and hospitality industry – namely the risk and reward balance between investors and owners – and the need for transparency and experience.
This article considers which pandemic-induced changes are here to stay as investors took the opportunity to examine the operations of their assets and their participation in the sector.
This article explores the outlook for M&A in the hotel sector, as it lined up to be the fastest-recovering of the real estate segments.
In a feature article for EG, Barry Hembling discusses the recent changes to the quarantine measures put in place by the UK Government and the measures travellers should take.
Investment alignment – pursuing a more level playing field for hotel owners and brands23 February 2021
In this article, we explore some of the concerns which the pandemic has highlighted in the relationship between owners and brands.
This article examines Thailand’s recent high profile case on hotel defamation and the Computer Crimes Act, and considers significant issues that travel and tourism-related OTAs, websites and platforms should be aware of.
The COVID-19 Pendulum – will this be the catalyst for change in brand approaches to management and franchise agreements?
What are the global hotel brands doing to assist hotel owners following the outbreak of COVID 19?7 April 2020
This short note looks at the steps being taken by global hotel brands to assist owners following the outbreak of COVID 19.