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Values drift as markets stick

European hotel values remain in limbo, as buyers queue up to invest cash, banks relax payment demands, and stressed landlords and operators hold in the hope of better revenues over coming months.   Market volumes are depressed, with consultants HVS recording a fall of almost 70% in transaction volumes in 2020,

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Seniors attract interest

Investors are lining up to participate in the growth of Europe’s senior living market, taking note of the niche’s impressive demographic attractions.   In France, a restructuring will reposition operator Domitys for further growth, strengthening its pipeline as the company looks to expand into other European countries. And in the UK, newly private

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Jabbing towards a restart

Businesses and authorities are executing a range of measures to help get hospitality and travel working again.  Meanwhile, vaccinations are proceeding at a variety of speeds globally. Even in nations with a fast pace of vaccination, there remain concerns about alternative strains of the virus, which could potentially evade vaccines

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Pubs with rooms maintain momentum

A pandemic-enforced refocus on staycations has led UK pub companies to take another look at the benefits of offering accommodation alongside pies and pints.   However, for some the immediate challenge will be refloating businesses that have had a lengthy period closed due to government lockdowns. Once trading again, they will be keen

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Hospitality Net

Setting New Benchmarks In The Luxury Hotel Segment

Deutsche Hospitality is uniting its flagship hotels under a new umbrella brand. The name “Steigenberger Icons” will be used in future to position exceptionally luxurious Steigenberger Hotels & Resorts which are characterised by their singular quality aspirations, their location, and their particular historical background. The first hotels to be designated

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Hotel Owner

Tooting hotel development option up for sale for £12m

A prominent brownfield site on Tooting High Street which offers options for a hotel development has been brought to the market at a guide price of £12m. Commercial property advisor Colliers has been instructed by LHG (London Hotel Group) to market the 0.2 hectare site, which has been unoccupied for

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Hotel Owner

No hospitality spending bounce until late summer, says EY survey

There will not be a spending bounce for the hospitality sector until towards the end of summer, according to EY’s Future Consumer Index for April. The survey of 1,000 UK consumers revealed a “significant” pent-up demand for hospitality and leisure, how respondents showed hesitancy over returning to restaurants and bars

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Hotel Owner

Horwood House set to reopen after £20m investment

Horwood House in Buckinghamshire will reopen on 17 May 2021 following an £20m investment into the refurbishment of the property.  Acquired in 2019 by ZIZ Properties, the Grade II building has been redeveloped in partnership with design studio ICA to “create new interior concepts and contemporary design throughout”. A new reception

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Hospitality Net

Why Now Is The Best Time To Finance | By Dr. Donald Wise

Winter is officially over, and although the capital markets for hotel and resort refinance, acquisition and new-build construction lending have been frozen, they have been stealthily thawing out since the first of the year. Since the start of the pandemic, short-term bridge and renovation loans for the hospitality sector have

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