Hotels are on fire, but it looks like they are not the only ones with some serious cash to burn.
The stock market has hit record highs on the back of record sales, and it looks as if the hottest property market in the world is finally making its way to home.
Hotels in the United States have hit record-breaking sales levels, and the industry has taken off in a big way, making up 10.3% of the country’s total sales for the first time.
This is a record number, according to the Conference Board of Canada.
Hotel stocks in Canada hit record levels, but the industry is not the same as it used to be.
Here’s how it’s working out for Canadian consumers, which is also the case for the United Kingdom.
Hotelling is now cheaper for the average household, according a new report from the Conference Bank of Canada, with hotels in the country seeing a 12.9% increase in average prices.
The median price for a room at a hotel in Calgary was $1,095, up 12.5% from last year, while in Toronto the median price was $899.
Hoteling has been a big driver of the price rise in the UK, and there is a lot more going on in the industry now than just hotel stocks.
Hotels in London, the biggest hotel market in Europe, have recorded record occupancy rates and sales growth, as the number of people moving into the city’s hotels has surpassed 1 million.
The UK’s hotel stock has been buoyed by the rise of Amazon, which has been making its presence felt in the market.
This year, Amazon has become a bigger player in the hotel market, with over $2 billion in hotel deals in the first half of the year.
This growth has also been fuelled by an increase in domestic bookings, which have risen 30% year-on-year.
Sales at hotels are also seeing a big boost in the past year.
Hotel bookings in the U.K. rose 13.5%, with the average price per night in the capital rising 10.5%.
Hotel bookers say they expect that to continue as hotel prices continue to rise.
There are many other factors that have been driving the stock market to record highs, and this is one of them.
The UK’s economy is on a high note, with inflation expected to reach 3% this year.
And, of course, there are also high-end properties that are becoming more affordable.
In Canada, the price of a room in the Calgary market is now $899, a 10% increase over last year.
But while the average cost of a hotel room is rising, the average rate of occupancy in the city is down, according the Conference Office of Canada report.
The U.S. is experiencing a similar story.
The average price of hotel rooms is still about $1.6 million, but occupancy rates are now around 1.5 times higher.
In the last year alone, the U