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Hospitality Net

Remington Hotels Debuts Exclusive Powerbi Driven Reporting, REMi

Remington Hotels, a leading third-party management company, has introduced a new reporting system, REMi, powered by Microsoft’s PowerBI. The branded system allows Remington to improve performance across its 80 hotels through the collection of data correlating to its five performance drivers – revenue growth, cost control, market share performance, asset

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Hotel Owner

Premier Inn prepares for Welsh reopening

Premier Inn is preparing to reopen its hotels in Wales ahead of the Bank Holiday weekend. The hotel chain will open 29 of its sites in the country, though hotels are set to only be open for Welsh residents. Due to hotels being one of the first hospitality services to

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Development
Hotel Owner

Ruby Hotels to launch fourth UK site

Ruby Hotels, a Munich-based hotel brand, is set to launch its fourth UK property in early 2024. The new 169-room hotel will follow the launch of Ruby’s three former London hotel openings. The property, which will be located close to the Tate Modern, the Southbank and Borough Market, is set

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Hotel Owner

Hyatt Manchester appoints new commercial director

Hyatt has announced that Jodi Hinks has been appointed as director of commercial strategy for Hyatt Regency and Hyatt House Manchester.  Hinks was previously the director of sales and marketing with Rocco Forte Hotels in Manchester and Prague. She has 20 years of experience in the hospitality sector with a

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Europe
Hospitality Net

International Demand In Europe Unlikely To Return Until 2024

International hotel overnights and business in Europe likely will not recover until 2024, while domestic demand will likely lead the way in 2021, as it did in 2020. Speaking at the online Hotel Data Conference: Global Edition, Robin Rossmann, managing director of STR, said there are still moving parts, not

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Extended stay resilience

After a strong 2020 that saw extended stay properties outperform their hotel peers, international groups are racing to balance their brand portfolios.   Investors, too, are keen on the sector, with a major vote of confidence in the US as Blackstone and Starwood Capital agreed a jointly backed USD6bn take-private deal

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Funds anticipate distress opportunities

Funds are gathering financial firepower to take advantage of the post-pandemic landscape, across the hotel landscape.   While some have already picked off opportunities, there remains plenty of cash sitting on the sidelines, waiting for signs of distress as lockdowns and travel bans continue to choke the sector.  Spanish fund manager Azora was early to

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