The Deloitte Hospitality team is recognised as a leading advisor to the sector, working with owners, operators, lenders and investors to shape their strategy and help them to grow. Recognised as a leader in its field, the team is part of the Deloitte global Travel, Hospitality and Leisure (THL) industry group, which provides financial advisory, consulting, tax and assurance services to the international hospitality industry.
Deloitte is at the forefront of providing solutions that maximise value for our clients and ensure competitive advantage in what is a fast-changing, competitive and often volatile market.
Today’s challenges mean businesses must re-think their strategies; constantly innovate and deliver new products and services; and harness new technologies to deliver better value to – and connect with - their guests.
Deloitte’s breadth of experience positions us uniquely to assess these risks and advise on the appropriate strategy across the business – be it financial, commercial, operational or human capital.
Deloitte hospitality practice
Our extensive knowledge is built from core strengths: Our clients have access to a fully integrated and sector-focused team working across financial advisory, audit, tax and consulting.
In addition to auditing six of the top ten largest global and two major European listed hotel groups, our commercial, financial and tax advisory teams have helped clients to acquire or sell a wide range of trophy assets, large portfolios and strategic investments in the sector. We also advise on debt raising, new development, business planning and corporate strategy. We work locally and globally, drawing on a unique global network of experts.
Deloitte is also a strategic investor in STR – the leading global provider of hotel performance data and analysis, with over 50,000 hotels participating in their hotel performance surveys.
Our experience and knowledge of the hotel industry and the business imperatives facing our clients enables us to provide real insight in a timely manner.
Our hospitality insight
Passion for leisure: Consumer tracker leisure update Q1 2017
Despite last year’s EU Referendum and uncertainty in the market, leisure spending in 2016 remained positive; however early signs of reduced confidence within the leisure sector may be starting to show in 2017 with a dip in consumer spending in the first quarter.
European Hotel Investment Survey - Opportunity out of uncertainty?
Our annual survey of delegates registered to attend the Deloitte European Hotel Investment Conference 2016 found some interesting insights following a mixed year. The key findings represent the views of over 100 senior hospitality figures including owners, operators, lenders, developers and investors.
The Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report 2015
Our Hospitality Advisory team are pleased to have contributed a chapter in the latest World Economic Forum Travel & Tourism Competitiveness Report. The chapter is titled “Adapting to Uncertainty – The Global Hotel Industry”.
The Living Wage: Hotel sector
With the Living Wage increase not taking effect until April 2016 next year, firms have a short period to plan for and mitigate the impact of increased costs.