Some hotel sector catchphrases never die. Right now, any number of CFOs are eager to hold onto ‘pretend and extend’ and we hope they’re successful in their endeavours, the many pressing needs of vulture funds aside. But this week’s favoured bingo term is one of the more gruesome in the sector: skin in the game. […]
IHIF is a temple to empty carbs. It doesn’t matter about your high falutin’ intentions about how this year you’re going to run every morning at 5am, then get into your overnight oats washed down with kombucha, by mid-afternoon you’re up three pretzels and thinking about downing your first beer. But away from the years
We are in the somewhat strange position at the moment of the pandemic being the least of everyone’s issues in the sector. Indeed, if an economics historian were to peer at the transactions market through the chilling mists of time, would they have been able to see any traces of a pandemic at all? This
This week results season reached the deep core of the branded hotel sector, with Marriott and Hilton giving us a look at their ankles and some answers to those favourite questions: ‘when is it going to be 2019 again’ and ‘what are you going to do about this pesky inflation?’ We’ll begin with the latter.