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Hotels and Hospitality

We design and execute investment strategies that produce consistent, market-leading returns throughout the life cycle of your hospitality asset

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Hotel and hospitality owners, investors and operators need a very broad set of skills and experience to meet business goals in an increasingly competitive market. The Hotels & Hospitality Group of JLL delivers the complete range of advisory and brokerage services to support our clients at every stage in their investment cycle.

Our services span the hotels and hospitality spectrum from luxury, select service and budget hotels, timeshare, convention centers, mixed-use developments and other hospitality ass​ets.

Few firms can offer our combination of brokerage and advisory services, essential to create a practical foundation for advice and the highest investment sales returns.

More than any other advisor in the world, our dedicated Hotels & Hospitality team provides the depth and breadth of specialist research and market intelligence to support our clients critical decisions.

We work closely together as a local, regional and global team, sharing specialist skills, knowledge and contacts to deliver exceptional results.​​

For more news and research from JLL’s Hotels & Hospitality Group, please visit:​www.jll.com/hospitality​

News and research

 

 

Asia emerging as a hub for global pharmaceutical industry /indonesia/en-gb/news/117/asia-emerging-as-a-hub-for-global-pharmaceutical-industryAsia emerging as a hub for global pharmaceutical industry Jones Lang LaSalle report sees life sciences sector place greater emphasis on Asia as a market, manufacturing and R&D location 0x0100E81015D9D08198458B498FF948D658F90052B0972AFC77B94093C478C1B5B47C88

 

 

‘Cautious corporates, active investors’ – Jones Lang LaSalle’s Asia Pacific Property Digest Q3 2012/indonesia/en-gb/news/112/cautious-corporates-active-investors-jones-lang-lasalle-s-asia-pacific-property-digest-q3-2012‘Cautious corporates, active investors’ – Jones Lang LaSalle’s Asia Pacific Property Digest Q3 2012<div class="ExternalClass462868BA6B2F4058A99A66AEA4BDBB6F"><p>Singapore, 26 November 2012 - Jones Lang LaSalle has released its <a href="http://www.joneslanglasallesites.com/appd/">Asia Pacific Property Digest</a> (APPD) for Q3 2012, providing latest quarterly data and analysis of the office, retail, industrial and residential real estate markets over 20 key cities across Asia Pacific. The APPD also now includes coverage of the hotels sector in a number of cities including Hong Kong, Singapore and Bangkok.</p> <div> </div> <div>In addition to these succinct market overviews, the latest APPD includes a series of opinion pieces from across the region:</div> <div><br>• An overview of the Asia Pacific economy and property market from Dr Jane Murray, Head of Research Asia Pacific<br>• An update from Alastair Hughes, Asia Pacific CEO, in which he shares observations from around the region<br>• A focus on the grade A office market in Beijing by Meggie Qin, Head of Research Beijing<br>• A piece on cap rates in the Seoul office market, by Yongmin Lee, Assistant Manager Research and Richard Orbell, Head of Advisory Taiwan<br>• An analysis on the continuing rise in office rents in Jakarta by Anton Sitorus, Head of Research Indonesia<br>• A look at public sector office space demand in Australia by Dr David Rees, Head of Research and Consulting Australia and Andrew Quillfeldt, Forecasting Analyst</div> <div> </div> <div style="text-align:center;">– ends –</div> <div><br><strong>Notes to Editors </strong><br>1. Bookmark the Jones Lang LaSalle Asia Pacific Property Digest webpage to access the full report, feature articles and video commentaries. <a href="http://www.joneslanglasallesites.com/appd/">http://www.joneslanglasallesites.com/appd/</a></div> <div><br>2. The Jones Lang LaSalle Asia Pacific Property Digest includes coverage of over 20 markets in Greater China, North Asia, South East Asia, India and Australasia<br></div> <p>​</p></div>0x0100E81015D9D08198458B498FF948D658F90052B0972AFC77B94093C478C1B5B47C88