Hotel investments: deciphering an increasingly attractive asset - Part 3

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Published on 05/07/24 - Updated on 10/07/24

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While investment in the hotel sector has been on the increase in recent years, with this asset class now accounting for 3% of built property, as Adrien Lanotte pointed out at the last Hospitality Operator Forum, its development is increasingly constrained by legislation and the tourist destinations themselves. It is now essential to consider hotel investment from the point of view of both sustainability and local appeal. This can be a complex balance to strike, but one that does not seem to be worrying investors either, given the volume of transactions in the sector in Europe.

Investments under the banner of CSR According to the French Ministry for Ecological Transition, the building sector emits more than 123 million tonnes of C02 every year. This is a significant environmental footprint, and one that should spur players in the property sector to adopt sustainable...

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