The hotel investment in the us reached a 25400 m in 2014
Investment in acquisitions and new hotel projects in the United States came to the 27,800 million dollars (about 25,400 million euros) in 2014, according to a report drawn up by STR Analytics.
During the past year, has invested 18.5 billion dollars (16,800 million euros) in hotels changed hands and another 9,300 million dollars (8.4 million euros) were earmarked for the opening of new projects.
According to the director of STR Analytics, Steve Hennis, “real estate investment in hotels remains attractive for investors”, what specifically has been led by strong levels of demand and an adapted hotel plant growth that “it has created a very attractive environment for the stakeholders of the tourism industry”.
Expert ensures that a change of focus in the investors who are betting on new construction to grow their portfolios is being. According to data from STR there are 90,000 new rooms in construction planned to enter the market by 2015, representing a 50% increase on the 63,000 which opened in 2014.
The average price per room for acquisitions was 219.000 dollars (200,000 euros), an increase of 15.3% over 2013, supposed it though it is increased until 249.000 dollars (226,000 euros) with the investment in reforms and repositioning involving acquisitions. For new construction projects the cost of the room was 186,000 dollars (170,000 euros).
The sale of Westin Diplomate in Hollywood, Florida, is the acquisition of higher price, with 535 million dollars (488 million euros) and the more expensive hotel development was the Marriott Marquis, in Washington, D.C. with a cost of 520 million dollars (474 million euros).