CBRE Hotels Revenue and Competitors
Estimated Revenue & Valuation
- CBRE Hotels's estimated annual revenue is currently $15.4M per year.
- CBRE Hotels's estimated revenue per employee is $150,000
- CBRE Hotels has 103 Employees.
- CBRE Hotels grew their employee count by 5% last year.
CBRE Hotels Competitors & Alternatives
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What Is CBRE Hotels?
We know it because we've worked it hotels, resorts, casinos, and every aspect of the hospitality sector. That's why the professionals of CBRE Hotels can give clients the meaningful, relevant insight that elevates ideas and adds value. Through experiences as principals, operators and developers, our team know how to mitigate risks, find the best solutions and unlock the opportunities. Whether institutional or individual, investor or lender, clients benefit from the fact that CBRE Hotels is uniquely positioned as a comprehensive, international service provider focused exclusively on hospitality. With dedicated teams across EMEA, CBRE Hotels is able to respond quickly and seamlessly to local and international client requirements. Our extensive global network enables us to access a broad range of owners, buyers and financial resources to offer unmatched services and solutions to our clients. Headquartered in London, CBRE Hotels EMEA have offices in Ireland, Germany (including Central and Eastern Europe), France, Spain, Italy, Portugal, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Sweden, Belgium, Greece and Turkey. During 2017, the combined value of assets successfully sold, valued and advised on by CBRE Hotels EMEA was 70.6 billion.keywords:N/A
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CBRE Hotels News
CBRE represented the seller, Host Hotels & Resorts, Inc., in a $233 million sale of Boston's largest hotel, the Sheraton Boston, in February.
Based in Singapore, Mr. Ramchandran will lead CBRE's hotel advisory ... Mr. Ramchandran joins from IHG Hotels & Resorts, where he served as...
Global real estate professional services firm CBRE has named Ali Manzoor the new leader of its Hotels & Tourism practice in the Middle East.
In the latest quarterly edition of CBRE's Hotel Horizons, based on data through June, the hospitality advisory company forecasts a deceleration ...
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