HOTEL ROI ATLANTA
Crowne Plaza Atlanta - Midtown | September 27, 2017
In a major metropolitan city like Atlanta, it’s understandable that both supply and demand are up. A large convention and sports destination, Atlanta welcomed 51.5 million visitors in 2015 and is scheduled to host 18 conventions this year. Leisure demand is also due to rise in relation to a few key projects, including the opening of the College Football Hall of Fame and the imminent opening of the $1.5 billion Falcon’s stadium downtown. Atlanta will also play host to the 2019 Super Bowl.
Hotel ROI connects local and regional hospitality leaders for an intensive one-day meeting to discuss how to leverage hotel properties for maximum returns in today's market with tomorrow in mind.
1. Hear from revenue and operations experts on game-changing ways to positively influence your ROI
2. Network with local developers, investors, owners, and expert consultants to help you maximize profits on your current property OR meet with new prospects to find your next deal
3. Dive deep into the Atlanta market plus its surrounding secondary and tertiary markets currently driving demand
"Supply is up, demand is up, and neither is expected to fall in the foreseeable future. With the new Falcons' and Braves' stadiums going up and the city's successful bid to host the 2019 Super Bowl, Atlanta is on track to experience annual growth and tourism numbers that rival much larger cities." - Bhavesh Patel, AAHOA Chairman
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