State-owned “bad bank” China Cinda Asset Management has been revealed as the buyer of a hotel in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui area, spending HK$4.3 billion ($550 million) on the asset despite a 70 percent slump in hotel investment during… Read More>>
Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC has agreed to acquire four hotels along the west coast of the US for $249 million through a recently formed joint venture with Summit Hotel Properties, according to an announcement by the New York Stock… Read More>>
Singapore-based Hoi Hup Realty has entered into a binding agreement to buy the Andaz Singapore hotel, according to a statement posted today on the developer’s website, in what ranks as the largest ever purchase of a single hotel asset in… Read More>>
Indian hospitality group Oyo Hotels and Homes today announced that it is raising $1.5 billion to continue its expansion into the US, Europe and other global markets.
25-year-old Oyo founder Ritesh Agarwal is leading the financing round with support from… Read More>>
A four-star hotel in Hong Kong’s Tsim Sha Tsui district, which fell into receivership after its owner was tortured to death on the mainland has received an offer from an interested buyer, according to a report in the Hong Kong… Read More>>
Korea’s Mirae Asset Management has agreed to buy a portfolio of US luxury hotels from China’s Anbang Insurance for $5.8 billion, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal earlier today.
The deal comes more than one year after… Read More>>
Hilton Worldwide has sold the Hilton Odawara Resort and Spa in Japan to a joint venture between Mori Trust and Mori Trust Hotel REIT for $119 million, according to data supplied by Real Capital Analytics.
The REIT and the Tokyo-based… Read More>>
Hong Kong-based asset manager iProsperity has acquired a set of 23 Australian hotels from French hotel investment firm AccorInvest, according to an account this week in the Australian Financial Review.
iProsperity, which manages funds for high net worth individuals and… Read More>>
A wobbling housing market leads the way in Mingtiandi’s roundup of real estate headlines today with the news that a government crackdown in Asia’s most talked-about city may have hit housing prices more harshly than it has black-clad protestors.
A property conglomerate owned by Hong Kong’s richest man is taking care to conserve its cash amidst the city’s current economic challenges, by putting staff at many of its hotels on unpaid, leave according to local media reports.
CK Asset… Read More>>