ABSTRACT

In light of the tumultuous global changes which have dramatically affected the hospitality business, the third edition of Developing Hospitality Properties and Facilities provides insight into the reality of developing hospitality properties in challenging international contexts.

Since its successful first publication in 2000 and subsequent second edition in 2004, Developing Hospitality Properties and Facilities has sought to model and demystify the process of designing, planning, constructing and sustaining hospitality properties. The third edition boasts an impressive array of academic and professional contributors from Europe, North America, South America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East and 12 case studies and issues concerning individual hotels and international regions and addressing issues of technology, revenue management and fee structures. This edition recognizes that in order for the hospitality sector to overcome periodic problems such as global pandemics, it is important to inform academic and professional readers so that they can ensure that future developments are sustainable, environmentally friendly and resilient in the longer term.

Written for hospitality owners, developers, investors and managers and suitable for students, this book aims to bridge the gap between generic and applied texts using a model-based approach to clarify the process in an informed, non-technical way.

chapter |3 pages

Introduction

ByJosef Ransley, Hadyn Ingram, Debra Adams

part Part 1|51 pages

Concept

chapter 1|17 pages

Concepts

ByJosef Ransley

chapter 2|19 pages

Feasibility

ByGeoff Parkinson

chapter 3|13 pages

Design

ByJosef Ransley

part Part 2|58 pages

Planning

chapter 4|24 pages

Development strategy and brand management

ByPuneet Chhatwal

chapter 5|15 pages

Project finance and capital investment

ByJan deRoos

chapter 6|17 pages

Legal agreements for hotel operations

ByLouise Wallace, Pamela Angell

part Part 3|58 pages

Construction

chapter 7|18 pages

The design team

ByJosef Ransley

chapter 8|17 pages

Building costs

ByAlasdair Maclean, Ian Memmot

chapter 9|21 pages

Managing construction

ByKevin Pearce, Josef Ransley

part Part 4|55 pages

Operations

chapter 10|16 pages

Operational planning and relationships

ByStephani Robson

chapter 11|21 pages

Planning accommodation

ByAlex Kudla

chapter 12|16 pages

Service provision

ByLars Hansen, David Pantin

part Part 5|44 pages

Asset management

chapter 13|14 pages

Hotel asset management

BySophie Richard, Luc Boschmans

chapter 14|15 pages

Product maintenance and development

ByJosef Ransley

chapter 15|13 pages

Hotel valuation methodologies

ByDebra Adams, Helen Atkinson

part Part 6|32 pages

Sustainability

chapter 16|16 pages

Sustainable development, responsible tourism and hospitality

ByBenedetta Cassinelli

chapter Chapter 17|7 pages

ESG in hotels

ByKimberly Yoong

chapter 18|7 pages

Resilient tourism

ByMatthias Beyer, Maeve O’Brien

chapter |3 pages

Conclusions

ByJosef Ransley, Hadyn Ingram, Debra Adams

chapter |70 pages

Notes for CSI introduction

ByJosef Ransley, Hadyn Ingram, Debra Adams

chapter Csi 1|4 pages

Tensions between brand standards and building constraints in York, UK

ByGraham McCourt

chapter Csi 3|5 pages

Escape to the country: Manoir de Surville, Normandy, France

ByJérôme Forget

chapter Csi 4|4 pages

The perils of foreign investment: Budapest, Hungary

ByFrédéric le Fichoux

chapter Csi 5|7 pages

Mixed-use development: Cidade Matarazzo, São Paulo, South America

ByIlan Elkaim

chapter Csi 7|5 pages

Feasibility studies in undeveloped markets: Iran

ByJean-Baptiste Recher

chapter Csi 8|6 pages

The hospitality development market: Middle East

ByElie Milky

chapter Csi 10|6 pages

An alternative to the standard hotel management fees structures

ByMike Haemmerli

chapter Csi 11|6 pages

Technology in hotels

ByChristophe Malsot

chapter Csi 12|8 pages

Total revenue management for hospitality in the digital age

ByChinmai Sharma