OYO Hotels

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Oyo in Talks to Raise up to $90 Million

Oyo is seeking to raise $80-$90 million from InCred’s family offices at a reduced valuation to pay off debt and refile for an IPO.
Asia-Pacific

South Korean Hotel Rates Surge 43%

In the first quarter of 2024, South Korea’s hotel industry saw significant growth in average daily rates and RevPAR, driven by key tourist destinations, but investment activity remained subdued despite limited future supply and expected continued success in luxury and upscale segments.
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Brookfield to List The Leela Palaces

Brookfield Asset Management is planning to list its luxury hotel chain, The Leela Palaces, Hotels & Resorts, which represents the largest-ever foreign investment in the Indian hospitality sector.
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Taylor Swift Concerts Break Hotel Records in Australia

In February 2024, Sydney and Melbourne, Australia, experienced record hotel occupancy and rates, attributed to Taylor Swift’s Eras tour, with significant yearly increases in occupancy, average daily rates, and revenue per available room.
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Thailand’s Real Estate Outlook

Thailand’s commercial real estate industry is poised to perform strongly in 2024, driven by the ongoing recovery in the country’s tourism market, growing manufacturing sectors, and flight to quality and flight to green movements into prime assets across core sectors.
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Thailand Struggles to Articulate Its Gaming Strategy

A 60 member House committee in Thailand that is tasked with considering the possibility of developing Thailand’s first legal casinos continues to have trouble completing the task at hand.
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Oyo Said to Seek $400 Million Fundraise

Khazanah Nasional Berhad, the sovereign wealth fund of Malaysia, is in discussions to lead a $400 million funding round for OYO Hotels & Homes Pvt.
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Sydney Hotels Achieve Record-Breaking Occupancy and Rates

Sydney hotels achieved their highest occupancy levels on New Year’s Eve at 94% followed by 93.8% on December 2nd. There were only two days in the month when occupancy was not above the 60% mark.