Hotel markets around Asia Pacific are showing signs of recovery due to strong demand dynamics and positive long-term fundamentals. Forward-looking hoteliers are laying the foundations for a strong comeback with creative approaches to enhance the value of their assets.
We understand that hotel ownership is complicated and expert advice is now needed more than ever. Whether it is getting the right real estate data to benchmark asset performance, or forecasts to help plan the next move, our dedicated asset management team helps hoteliers meet their investment goals.
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Investors need to realign their hospitality strategies
Traditional investment approaches are being challenged and investors need new strategies to drive returns and reduce risk.
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Mitigate risk and generate greater returns
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How should your investment thinking evolve to ride on the recovery wave?
Competitive markets require more creative investment strategies. Innovative financing and refinancing methods will mitigate economic headwinds and varying valuations as the market continues its recovery.
Is it time to consider how to diversify your hospitality portfolio and enter new markets?
Shifts in demographics and evolution in how people travel for work and leisure are creating new opportunities in the hospitality market. Longer-term confidence in the hospitality sector remains high as buyers continue to hunt for opportunities across the region. Australia and Japan top the list for offshore capital, while domestic investor demand is driving activity in China and South Korea. Maldives is expected to be the region’s most active leisure investment market.
Is it time to repurpose your hotel space to realize their full potential?
With a changing landscape, reducing revenue streams and change in consumers habits, investors are increasingly repurposing space across their assets to ensure space optimization. Exploring creative ways on how existing assets could be transformed to serve a new purpose and a new hospitality market segment, should be done periodically. Investors at the forefront of adapting to the new market demands will be able to tap into the opportunities and build resilience to withstand future social and economic shifts.
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Future of distribution: How changes in consumer behaviour will impact hotelsWhile demand makes its way back to pre-pandemic levels, the way consumers spend has changed forever. It is critical for hoteliers to rethink their hotel distribution channels and products.
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Why staff engagement is critical to your hotel successThere’s plenty of evidence, both anecdotal and statistical, to show an actively engaged and motivated staff will dramatically improve a guest’s attitude which ultimately translates to the success of your business. So how do we achieve this while the hospitality sector is faced with the challenge of skilled labour shortage?
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Low-touch hotels are here to stayAfter more than a year of limited travel, hotels and hospitality brands are more than ready to welcome guests back. The key word there is “safely.” So how can hotel owners and operators bolster hotel success via low touch media while maintaining maximum guest service experience.
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Does your hotel portfolio shine when it comes to the bottom line?Asset managers play a key role in achieving a strong return on investment for owners by helping to align interests. From mitigating risk, optimising operations to recommending best practices and commercial strategies, we take a data-driven approach to realising the hotel’s value.
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