New chapters, statistics and analysis have been added to the Wellness Real Estate report to examine how food & beverage (F&B) and leisure department performances relate to wellness and wellbeing offerings at hotels. Read more
RLA ‘Insights’ provides the hospitality world with articles and knowledge with the purpose of intelligence sharing and insightful information on all aspects of planning and development, operations, investment and asset management of hospitality assets including resorts and hotels, leisure, recreational and sports facilities, spas, health, wellness and medical destinations and much more.
In a new article published on Hotel News Now, RLA Group CEO addresses a few tangible and relevant examples of leisure activities at the resort and destination level Read more
Many real estate investors are taking a wait-and-see position as uncertainties continue about when local markets can fully recover from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, panellists said at a recent webinar hosted by DD Talks. Read more
With the impact of the COVID-19 epidemic still being felt in the Global Hospitality industry, many owners, investors, and indeed operators, are at a crossroads in terms of their asset strategy decisions. Whilst most will weather the storm, many will not, and yet others may even flourish. The difference will be how properties are positioned and how they adjust to a new value proposition. Read more
Hospitality professionals need a post-COVID strategy that addresses health risks, focuses on guest safety and sends a clear message to guests that they can stay healthy at their destination. Read more
Evaluation, feasibility studies, condition surveys and property improvement plans (PIP’s), all set the scene in a considered way and allow us to establish any potential issues to supplement the data analysis. However, the success formula for hotel renovation is not so commonly applied. Read more
As we all have no idea how things will be developing, whether there will be a second wave, how governments will be reacting as the grieving of our future clients continues to prevail. Our lives and the way we did business pre-COVID19 has nothing to do with the life we have seen now and will see after COVID19. Read more