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Hotels and Hospitality

We design and execute investment strategies that produce consistent, market-leading returns throughout the life cycle of your hospitality asset

We've helped more hotel investors, owners and operators around the globe achieve high returns on their assets than any other real estate advisor. Through every phase of the investment and operating cycle, we apply a broad spectrum of valuation, brokerage, asset management and advisory services.

We've completed assignments involving hotels of every class, timeshares, convention centers and mixed-use developments. When you're ready to sell, we'll use our capital markets expertise, deep industry knowledge and global relationships to put the right parties together and execute a deal that meets—and often surpasses—your financial objectives.

Our professionals rely on the firm's research talent and tap into their relationships with global colleagues to share skills and knowledge. Together, we've completed US $25 billion in transactions in the past five years.

Learn more by visiting our Hotels & Hospitality web site

Latest news

 

 

JLL’s Hotels & Hospitality Group Names New International Directors/united-states/en-us/news/3520/jlls-hotels-and-hospitality-group-names-new-international-directorsNEW YORK, LOS ANGELES and SAO PAULOJLL’s Hotels & Hospitality Group Names New International DirectorsJeffrey Davis and John Strauss named International Directors; Ricardo Mader and Gilda Perez-Alvarado rise to Managing Directors2015-07-06T05:00:00Z

 

 

Eighth Year of Consecutive Revenue Growth for Brazilian Hotels/brazil/en-us/news/29/eighth-year-of-consecutive-revenue-growth-for-brazilian-hotelsSao PauloEighth Year of Consecutive Revenue Growth for Brazilian HotelsTourism keeps Brazil rates hot, but occupancy is not2013-08-19T05:00:00Z

Featured research

 

 

Lodging Industry in Numbers Brazil 2016/brazil/en-us/research/64/lodging-industry-in-numbers-brazil-2016Lodging Industry in Numbers Brazil 2016Brazil’s RevPAR declined in 2015 for the first time in more than 10 years primarily due to the country’s economic landscape