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Our collaborative cross-border approach to marketing a hotel asset, combined with access to the largest pool of investors in the world, means we can bridge borders and cultures to match hotel property owners with the right buyer.
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Sold to Qatar Investment Authority for approximately $175 million. Marriott will continue to manage the hotel under a long-term management contract.
Sold by Kingdom Holding for about $225 million. Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts will continue to operate the 5-star hotel.
Sale of two trophy Starwood Hotels for €190m, marking over US$600m of Middle Eastern capital for hotel investments in Florence.
The sale of this iconic hotel was one of the most important transactions in Madrid over the last 10 years.
U.S. hotels posted year-to-date RevPAR growth of 3.2 percent, but growth in Houston, Miami and New York continues to be challenged.
The number of hotel rooms under construction has steadily increased over the past 12 months, rising to 3.5 percent of existing rooms supply compared to 2.6 percent a year ago.
Hotel investors are branching out in London for their hotel asset management, heading to east of the UK capital and into less competitive segments.
New infrastructure developments such as Crossrail and the Thameslink upgrade continue to drive regeneration and unlock interest in hidden corners of the capital.
Chinese investment into the Australian hotel property sector has been prolific over the past three years and, based on recent activity, its likely investors from China will continue to play an increasingly important role in the tourism real estate industry Down Under.
Strategic advice at all levels - from a single, small hotel or development project to large hotel portfolios and mixed-use developments. Our advice is focused on identifying the best investment opportunity and achieving the best price with speed and certainty of closure.
Our real estate investment banking professionals act for hotel owners, operators, investors and lenders across the full spectrum of real estate debt and equity financing.
Whether your investment strategy calls for buying, selling or financing, we’ll provide a capital solution that maximizes both value and returns.
Optimal operating performance, maximum asset value, minimal business risk, clarity in hold and exit strategy - all these goals lie at the heart of what we do in Asset Management. JLL's hotels and hospitality experts offer clients a systematic approach to managing their assets and identifying business improvement opportunities.
We work closely with JLL's International Capital Group, who specialise in connecting capital with investment opportunities globally.
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