A resurgence in resort development is being driven, in part, by improved airlift, making destinations more accessible than ever, and guests’ desires for experiential and leisure travel. Operators also are generally doing a better job of managing resorts, and investors are looking beyond the scarce availability of mid-scale city hotels for investment opportunities. The list could go on, but for sure it’s an exciting time for resort development all around. 

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