Lodging REITs

Lodging REITs are Equity REITs that own and manage hotels and rent space in those properties to tenants. Lodging REITs own different classes of hotels based on features such as the hotels’ level of service and amenities. Lodging REITs’ properties service a wide spectrum of customers, from business travelers to vacationers.

REITs in This Sector

San Pedro Garza García, Nuevo León
Company Type:
REIT
Listing Status:
Public
Segment:
Lodging/Resorts
Investment Sector:
Equity
Ticker:
FINN13.MX
Exchange:
Mexican Stock Exchange (MEXBOL)
Vancouver, B.C.
Company Type:
REIT
Listing Status:
Public
Segment:
Lodging/Resorts
Investment Sector:
Equity
Ticker:
Exchange:
Richmond, VA
Company Type:
REIT
Listing Status:
Public
Segment:
Lodging/Resorts
Investment Sector:
Equity
Ticker:
APLE
Exchange:
New York Stock Exchange, Inc. (NYSE)
Dallas, TX
Company Type:
REIT
Listing Status:
Public
Segment:
Lodging/Resorts
Investment Sector:
Equity
Ticker:
AHP
Exchange:
New York Stock Exchange, Inc. (NYSE)
Dallas, TX
Company Type:
REIT
Listing Status:
Public
Segment:
Lodging/Resorts
Investment Sector:
Equity
Ticker:
AHT
Exchange:
New York Stock Exchange, Inc. (NYSE)

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News about this sector

Ashford Hospitality Prime Refines Focus to Luxury Hotels
Ashford Hospitality Prime Refines Focus to Luxury Hotels

CEO Richard Stockton sees highest RevPAR growth potential from upscale hotels.

LaSalle CEO Says Lodging Sector a “Seller’s Market”
LaSalle CEO Says Lodging Sector a “Seller’s Market”

Michael Barnello of LaSalle Hotel Properties discusses trends in guests’ tastes and preferences.

MCR Development’s TWA Flight Center Hotel on Track
MCR Development’s TWA Flight Center Hotel on Track

MCR’s Russ Shattan says Hilton- and Marriott-branded hotels continue to perform well.

Chatham Lodging CEO Says Business Travel “Firmer Than Expected”
Chatham Lodging CEO Says Business Travel “Firmer Than Expected”

Jeffrey Fisher highlights challenges of labor shortage.

Apple Hospitality REIT Exploring Transactions
Apple Hospitality REIT Exploring Transactions

CEO Justin Knight says rising construction costs are likely to slow supply growth.

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