Some workers seen outside a designated quarantine hotel in North Point, Hong Kong, in December 2020. Photo: Felix Wong Some workers seen outside a designated quarantine hotel in North Point, Hong Kong, in December 2020. Photo: Felix Wong
Some workers seen outside a designated quarantine hotel in North Point, Hong Kong, in December 2020. Photo: Felix Wong
Shaman Chellaram
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by Shaman Chellaram

New trends emerge as hotel operators embrace ‘adapt, adjust and accommodate’ mantra for survival

  • Eastern Yogic mantra offers important instructions for hotel operators seeking to beat the industry slump
  • The slide in demand has given hotel owners a window to revamp concepts, quicken renovations and explore market repositioning

Some workers seen outside a designated quarantine hotel in North Point, Hong Kong, in December 2020. Photo: Felix Wong Some workers seen outside a designated quarantine hotel in North Point, Hong Kong, in December 2020. Photo: Felix Wong
Some workers seen outside a designated quarantine hotel in North Point, Hong Kong, in December 2020. Photo: Felix Wong
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Shaman Chellaram

Shaman Chellaram

Shaman Chellaram is senior director of Asia valuation & advisory services at Colliers.