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Peter Muoio

Irvine, CA–Hotel revenue growth during the third quarter of the year fell to its slowest pace since 2013, gaining just 2.7% from a year ago. Despite the ongoing economic expansion, demand for hotels and motels has plateaued, according to Ten X’s quarterly Hotel Monitor report, an analysis of macroeconomic and hospitality fundamentals across the US.

“This is basically a tale of two cycles with commercial real estate and the economy being robust and leading to an over-abundance of hotel rooms, thus making room rates cheaper,” says Peter Muoio, EVP and chief economist, Ten-X. “Plus people spending on hotel rooms certainly fits within the strong economic theme, however, they are also spending on experiences and that will trend into 2019.”

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