Parent Category: Article
Category: Home economics
Hotel Occupancy: Is the Three-Year Stabilization Assumption Justified?
|Title||Hotel Occupancy: Is the Three-Year Stabilization Assumption Justified? ||Author(S)||John W. O'Neill (Author) |
|Abstract|| Corporate and private hotel developers, appraisers, and consultants must make an assumption regarding the period of time it will take a new hotel to reach a stabilized occupancy level. Historically, most developers of future hotel occupancy estimates have assumed a three-year build-up period, ...||Pagination||p 176-180|
|Subject||Home economics||Descriptors||Hospitality industry|
|Journal Title||Cornell Hospitality Quarterly|| || |
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