CHR's Latest Annual Report

2022 marked the Center for Hospitality Research's 30th anniversary,
and thanks to the contributions of the faculty at the Cornell SC Johnson
College of Business, our industry board members, staff, students, and
everyone who participated in our programs and events, the CHR had a
very successful year.

Read all about it in our annual report >>
CHR Case Study
Hotel Il San Pietro di Positano: Strengthening an Extraordinary Independent Brand

by Singapore Tourism Distinguished Professor Chekitan Dev and Laure Stroock

Entering its sixth decade, Hotel ISP's leadership team is faced with three main dilemmas on how to move forward: leveraging their brand, balancing services and pricing, and recruiting the next generation of employees. 

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Save the Dates

Fall Corporate Advisory Board Meeting

November 14, 2022

Room Operations Roundtable: Trends in Guest and Employee Experiences
November 15, 2022


Spring Corporate Advisory Board Meeting
April 20, 2023

Ithaca, NY

Center for Hospitality Research Summit
April 20, 2023

Featuring talks from professors Chris Anderson, Li Chen, Helen Chun, Vincent Slaugh, Bruce Tracey, and Manoj Thomas
Ithaca, NY

2nd Annual Hospitality Data Analytics Roundtable
May 16, 2023

Washington, D.C. 
Member events are by invitation only. If you have any questions about our events, or you are a Cornell faculty member wanting to attend, please email us.
IDeaS: The Hotelier’s Field Guide to Total Revenue Forecasting
"Revenue management needs to move beyond rooms and encompass all revenue streams to achieve total revenue management and profit optimization—and both require visibility and forecasting for your entire business. Learn how to lead your organization towards total revenue forecasting by aligning departments under common objectives, leveraging new tools and adopting new metrics for tracking performance."

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Accenture: Introducing the next travel adaptation
Learn about the three main forces impacting travel companies today, including: the new traveler, the weight of the world, and the readiness factor. 

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Amadeus: Hospitality Market Insights Report November 2022
This month’s report includes an overview of global booking trends along with occupancy, booking lead times, channels, pace, and segment mix across the following regions: the United States, Canada, Europe, Greater China, Asia Pacific (including India), the Middle East & Africa, and Latin America.

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STR's logo
U.S. weekday (Monday-Wednesday) occupancy in late October increased to 69.4%, helped by group demand, which rose to its second-highest level since the start of the pandemic.
Looking ahead to the FIFA World Cup, Qatar’s hotel occupancy on the books averages out at 70% from 20 November to 18 December, according to STR’s Forward STAR data. Throughout this period, the metric drops no lower than 53% with a current peak of 83% on 26 November.
Industry Health Dashboard
This dashboard is designed to provide critical insights to the hotel community. Updates are made weekly. 
October Pulse Report: On-the-books for North America
"The opening up of international travel, increased transatlantic flight routes and the strengthening of the Dollar against the Euro and Pound has led to a drop in domestic hotel business. However, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year stay dates are showing favorable results in key cities, giving North America some cause for hope."

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