Aparium Hotel Group

North America

Selina Receives Nasdaq Delisting Warning

Selina Hospitality received a delisting notice from Nasdaq due to its low stock price, but plans to implement a reverse stock split to regain compliance.
North America

NoMad Las Vegas Will Be Rebranded

NoMad’s Las Vegas property will be left behind as new owner Hilton focuses on other properties currently – and in the future – of the brand.
North America

Wyndham Signs 60 More Extended-Stay Hotels

Stock markets showed mixed results with DJIA up 27 points, Nasdaq up 86, and S&P 500 up 13, while 10-year treasury yield increased to 3.91%. Wyndham Rewards topped the list in the 2023-2024 Best Travel Rewards Programs, and Hilton is set to open Motto by Hilton in New York City Times Square. Pennbridge Lodging plans to construct two Marriott brands in downtown Boise, and Four Seasons Hotels announced a project in Jacksonville, Florida.
North America

Great Wolf Chooses Maryland for Its Largest Resort

Stock market performance: DJIA, Nasdaq, and S&P 500 rose while the 10-year treasury yield was down. Lodging industry updates: Sonder Holdings downgraded, EF Hutton assumes coverage of Selina Hospitality, Ryman Hospitality Properties acquires JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa. New hotel developments: Chartwell Hospitality and Rockbridge developing three new hotels, Innisfree Hotels and RREAF Holdings open Fairfield Inn & Suites Pensacola Beach, Great Wolf Resorts opens Great Wolf Lodge Maryland.
North America

Hotel Industry Expected to Weather Potential Recession

Deutsche Bank issued a report, commenting on what they think the trading action in gaming and lodging stocks are telling them. Jefferies believes the primary issue affecting stock prices in the group the past week is the banking crisis, notably the pressure on regional banks and its prospective prospective impact on financing of new properties. Most economists agree the U.S. will experience a recession to some degree in 2023, but hotel industry analysts say sustainable job growth, strong hotel rates and demand, and the yet-unrealized wave of international travelers will help the industry keep its head above water.
North America

U.S. Group Bookings Increase While Biz Travel Lags

The  DJIA  rose 323 points while  Nasdaq  jumped 208, the  S&P 500  rose 59 points, and the  10-year Treasury yield  took a breather, down .08 to 3.03%. Inflation, energy prices, supply chain challenges, labor shortages, and regional developments are  pushing the forecast for full recovery into 2026,  instead of the previously forecasted 2024. According to the latest monthly data from  STR  and  CoStar , the number of  groups booking U.S. hotel rooms  continued to increase in June, although individual business travel continued to lag.