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Jeff Davis

Chicago, IL—Global hotel transaction volumes totaled nearly $68 billion in 2018. This year, global real estate markets are expected to post slower growth. Hotels will be affected as well, but those properties that focus on fulfilling guests’ needs for high-end experiential travel and co-working should do well, according to JLL’s 2019 Hotel Investment Outlook report.

With luxury consumers increasingly seeking out new and unique experiences while traveling, hotel markets are seeing a strong demand for high-end experiential travel as demonstrated by the RevPAR growth not only in the US luxury resort sector, but also in such global destinations as Rome, Singapore, Paris, Bangkok, Florence, Maldives and more.

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