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Hotel firm GreenTree expects a 30%-35% drop in Q1 revenue
Due to the impact of COVID-19, the company may record a decline in total revenues of 10%-15% for the full year 2020.
Hotel guests must show test results; Brands press ahead with Asia expansions | Daily Brief
New York-listed Chinese hotel firm expects revenue to decline by 30%-35% in Q1; Tourist attractions are only allowed to run up to 30% of full capacity.
GreenTree revenues climbed 21.6% in Q1, occupancy dropped by 1.5 percentage points
Total revenues grew 21.6% thanks to addition of 134 hotels, improved RevPAR, membership growth, and the consolidation of the Argyle's results of operation.
New York-listed GreenTree to acquire mid- and up-scale hotel group Argyle
The majority of Argyle's properties are located in South West China. Argyle's highly distinguished brand portfolio and geographic coverage are highly complementary to GreenTree's business and expansion plans.
2014 top Hotel Groups in China ranking released
China’s top 60 hotel groups in terms of size for 2014 were published in the “2014 China Hotel Group Operational Scale Statistics”.
Marriott International to introduce European-designed courtyard by Marriott Hotel in Scotland
Friday, 16 November 2007: Marriott International, Inc. will open its first upper moderately-priced, European-designed Courtyard by Marriott hotel in Scotland in 2009 on Argyle Road, adjacent to Aberdeen Airport.
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