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The Company is a worldwide owner, manager and franchisor of hotels and resorts.
InterContinental Hotels Group encourages employees to transfer to one of 65 properties in its chain of boutique hotels. When a new hotel is opened, the goal is to staff it 50% with people from existing hotels. This results in high customer satisfaction and long term sustainable growth.
Because they have a varerity of things to offer to the world everyone likes to go on vacations at least three times a year
This sector is showing signs of recovery. I personally love their hotels and the stock looks undervalued to me.
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Its moves up a lot recently and still very exposed to a weak Europe and if worries come back it will drop quickly as happened over the last few months..
Commercial REIT's in hotel/motel business will get killed.
Gross Operating Profit 943.00 Long Term Debt 1,725.00
BAD HOTEL STOCK
Hotels are getting more and more expensive. Try to redirect some funds in my pocket.
people will continue to go to hotels and the global ecomomy will improve with people traveling more
well positioned to pick up more business by expanding in europe and south america. very conservative.
The hospitality sector will boom throughout 2008-09
Excellent and agressive management. Worldwide hotels with great marketing ideas. Building new hotels in China with the blessing of the government. This is a company that will grow dramaticly in the coming years.
Low PE, Well managed company, focusing on services and giving strong returns to shareholders. $30 in 4 months. There are not enough hotles globally to meet demand. experiencing the fastest growth in China of all hotel companies.
IHG continues to execute its strategy for growth while reducing the number of outstanding shares. It will continue to perform.
Owners are starting to realize why IHG justs wants to manage them; dumpy and in need of serious repairs or updates. As new marriots and hiltons go up next door, customers realize the difference quickly. Thank god for the reward points program or business travelers would have jumped ship quicker. Look for travelers to dump the old girlfriend for the blonde down the street and watch profits drop.........
excellent company , does not own hotels , but does manage them , they just unloaded most of the hotels that they did own and now they have some cash to play with . they are also looking to china for expansion, note : the hotels that they did sell 90% of them they lock in a contract to still run them . the ceo seems to be a strong player and looking for future growth .
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