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Los Angeles is one of the nation's largest and most diverse lodging markets and benefits from a broad base of demand from industry sectors including trade, tourism, entertainment, professional services.View Los Angeles hotel market report.
Miami's stature as a key gateway market, serving as the primary link between the U.S. and Latin America, has fueled strong demand growth and investor interest in the market in recent years.View Miami hotel market report.
New York is the most liquid hotel investment market in the world, and 2015 marked the city's highest volume of transactions and highest-priced transaction on a per-room basis.View New York hotel market report.
San Francisco boasts a diverse, fast-growing economy as well as numerous cultural and tourist attractions, which have helped establish it among the nation's top-performing lodging markets.View San Francisco hotel market report.
Brazil’s RevPAR declined in 2015 for the first time in more than 10 years primarily due to the country’s economic landscape.
View Lodging Industry in Numbers Brazil
Despite positive operating fundamentals, there is uncertainty related to macroeconomic trends in the industry.View US Lodging Investment Outlook Q2 2016
The popularity with inbound visitors from the mainland continues to drive Hong Kong's hotel pipeline with recent government forecasts suggesting a necessary doubling of hotel room numbers in the coming decade.View Hong Kong hotel market report.
Singapore is ranked by the World Economic Forum as Asia's best tourism and aviation hub, though in recent years it has experienced ailing visitor arrival numbers.View Singapore hotel market report.
Sydney is the major gateway to Australia and a key hub for the Asia Pacific region. Recently the city has benefitted from a busy events calendar, resulting in strong trading performance.View Sydney hotel market report.
Japan's economic revival is providing a boost, with the depreciation of the Yen prompting a surge of international inbound arrivals and an expanding domestic economy driving renewed growth in corporate and leisure travel.View Tokyo hotel market report.
Japan, Australia and Mainland China led Asia Pacific in terms of hotel investment volume in H1 2016. Read our latest report for more information.View Asia Pacific Hotel Investment Highlights H1 2016
Read about Seoul, Busan and Jeju - tourism, supply and demand, notable deals and a market outlook.View Hotel Destinations South Korea
Hotel performance is expected to soften further in the short term. Top line indicators will be affected by the weak Euro and growing competition in Dubai. Profitability indicators such as GOP are also under pressure due to tougher market conditions, increasing the need for more comprehensive hotel asset management.
View Dubai hotel market report - September 2016.
For the first six months of 2016, investment volumes in London was subdued due to a number of geopolitical factors. Nevertheless, the weakening of the pound following the referendum have attracted opportunistic investors who are eager to gain a share of the market.View London hotel market report - September 2016.
Hotel supply in Madrid is constantly evolving. Interest from international hotel brands such as Mandarin Oriental and Four Seasons confirm Madrid as a powerful tourist destination. Nevertheless, domestic operators continue to manage and operate most of the hotels in the city.
View Madrid hotel market report - September 2016.
Munich recorded good growth in tourist demand so far in 2016 and we expect this trend to continue with various events such as the Oktoberfest taking place in the second half of the year. The opening of the new satellite terminal will increase the capacity of Munich Airport and help boost tourism figures.View Munich hotel market report - September 2016.
Investor appetite remains strong and has not been affected by the terrorist attacks. Purchasers have factored low yields in 2016 in their pricing due to decreasing performance with a view of recovery by 2017.View Paris hotel market report - September 2016.
Nairobi is firmly positioned as the preferred regional headquarter location in East Africa, which will continue to drive demand, coupled with a growing regional economy. Short term hotel investment returns will be affected by oversupply and we may see some distressed assets entering the market.
View Nairobi hotel market report - September 2016.
Browse JLL's EMEA Hotel Intelligence Hub – this interactive tool provides an overview of hotel investment volumes and market trends in key cities throughout Europe and the Middle East.
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