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Northeast Hospitality Research Report

Hospitality
Northeast, Second Half 2017

Occupancy rises. Healthy room demand in the Northeast region, which comprises Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and Vermont, has raised occupancy and fostered advances in revenue metrics during the last 12 months.More

Northwest Hospitality Research Report

Hospitality
Northwest, Second Half 2017

Growth moderates amid rising supply.  Hotels in the Northwest region, which comprises Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming, posted lower increases in revenue metrics and a slight decline in regional occupancy during the past 12 months ending in the second quarter.More

Southwest Hospitality Research Report

Hospitality
Southwest, Second Half 2017

Stellar occupancy growth.The Southwest region, which comprises Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah, posted robust occupancy growth since last June.More

Texas Hospitality Research Report

Hospitality
Texas, Second Half 2017

Displaced residents from Hurricane Harvey seek shelter in Texas hotels. This year is expected to end on a high note for hotels, though at the end of the second quarter, occupancy declined year over year.More

Upper Midwest Hospitality Research Report

Hospitality
Upper Midwest, Second Half 2017

Solid gains recorded in Upper Midwest region. During the year ending in June, respectable improvements in occupancy and revenue metrics were registered in the Upper Midwest region, which contains Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin.More

Washington D.C./Central Atlantic Regional Hospitality Research Report

Hospitality
Washington D.C./Central Atlantic, Second Half 2017

Strong performance in Virginia. Vigorous tourism demand has benefited hotels in the Washington, D.C./Central Atlantic region, which comprises Maryland, Virginia, Washington, D.C., and West Virginia.More