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  1. Members of our group • Eric Douangphoumy • Tomoya Sekiguchii • Syunsuke Matsuoka • Syota Ubano HOTELS

  2. HOTEL INDUSTRY AND ITS DEVELOPMENT Ritz Development Company firstly began franchising the Ritz-Carlton in 1907.

  3. HOWARD JOHNSON HOTEL Howard Johnson began franchising his hotels in 1927. Howard Johnson in London Howard John in Shanghai

  4. HOLIDAY INN Holiday inn hotel Holiday Inn focuses on reasonable family-style hotels.

  5. MOTEL6 Hotel Logo

  6. Days Inn Logo Hotel These hotels were primarily for commercial travelers and vacationing families, were close to big highways, and were built to provide low-cost rooms without stiffs.

  7. History of Hilton • 1919: Conrad Hilton buys his first hotel. 1925: The first hotel carrying the Hilton name is constructed in Dallas. 1946: Hilton Hotels Corporation is formed. 1947: Becomes the first hotel company to have its stock listed on the New York Stock Exchange. Conrad Hilton

  8. 1954: Conrad N. Hilton buys Statler Hotel for $111 million dollars. • 1964:Hilton International forms as a separate company. 1970: The company buys two casino hotels in Las Vegas. • 1979: Conrad Hilton passes away at age 91. Hilton Hotel

  9. 1984: First Embassy Suites opens, in Kansas City-Overland Park, Mo.1995: The first Hilton website launches: www.Hilton.com. • 2007: Christopher J. Nassetta joins Hilton Worldwide as President and Chief Executive Officer. • 2011: Home2 Suites, a new concept in the extended-stay market, opens its first property in Fayetteville, NC. Conrad Barron

  10. Luxury Full-service Vacation ownership Focused service

  11. Company Description

  12. Business Drivers #1 Conrad Hilton

  13. Business Drivers #2

  14. 2010 Revpar Rank Market % • 1. New Orleans, LA 14.1% • 2. Boston, MA 12.7% • 3. Nashville, TN 11.7% • 4. New York, NY 11.2% • 5. Mississippi 11.1% • 6. Pennsylvania Area 10.3% • 7. New York State 8.6% • 8. Ohio Area 8.0% • 9. Chicago, IL 7.4% • 10. Charlotte, NC-SC 7.4% Number of Rooms 600,000

  15. Competitive Landscape #1 Hilton Hotel Hawaii

  16. Competitive Landscape #2 Hilton Hotel Thai

  17. Competitive Landscape #3 Hilton Hotel Rome

  18. Competitive Landscape #3

  19. Horizontal Integration Horizontal integration occurs when a firm is being taken over by, or merged with, another firm which is in the same industry and in the same stage of production as the merged firm

  20. The goal of Horizontal integration is to consolidate like companies and monopolize an industry.

  21. Vertical Integration Andrew Carnegie

  22. Vertical Integration • Vertically integrated companies in a supply chain are united through a common owner • Usually each member of the supply chain produces a (market specific) service, and the services combine to satisfy a common need.

  23. Hotel Rental Car Tours Airlines

  24. WHAT IS THE FUTURE OF THE HOTEL BUSINESS IN THE US AND HAWAII?

  25. GUESTS NEED TO FOLLOW THREE STEPS. • Guests must wait in a line. • Makes us annoyed.

  26. 2. Guests have to talk with hotel employee. • Takes a long time.

  27. 3.Finally,guests get room keys. •Sometimes the card key does not work. •Need to exchange a new key.

  28. TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT HELPS THE FUTURE OF HOTEL BUSINESS. •By using smart phones, guest will save their time. •Guests do not feel any stresses. This is called a mobile room key!!

  29. UNDERSEA RESORTS • Hawaii has the beautiful beach. • Hawaii does not have a undersea hotel.

  30. THE FUTURE OF THE HOTEL BUSINESS IN RUSSIA. •The station will be open by 2016. •Prices for leisure travel are approximated to be 826,000 USD for the voyage and 165,000 USD for a five-day stay. •Room has sleeping space, a bathroom, and microwave.

  31. THE FUTURE OF HOTEL BUSINESS IN THE US. ・It is a risky trip. ・Exciting trip for tourists. ・An forgettable trip

  32. REFERENCES • "Hilton Worldwide Makes History with Record Room Totals among Many Milestones in 2010." Hiltonworldwide, 24Jan2011. Web. 14 Sep 2011. <http://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20110124005912/en>. • "13thAnnual Lodging Industry Update." Hiltonworldwide, 11Feb2011. Web. 14 Sep 2011. <http://www.mmhla.com/pdf/Lodging-Industry-Update-Year-End-2010.pdf>. • "HILTONworldwide." Web. 14 Sep 2011. <http://www.hiltonworldwide.com/about/>. • "hilton hotels." Web. 14 Sep 2011. <http://www.wikinvest.com/wiki/Hilton_Hotels>. • Nusca, Andrew. "The hotel of the future: ‘You will be the key’." (2010): n. pag. Web. 14 Sep 2011. <http://www.smartplanet.com/blog/smart-takes/the-hotel-of-the-future-8216you-will-be- the-key/6167>. • Melanson, Mike. "Smartphones Begin to Replace Hotel Keycards." (2010): n. pag. Web. 14 Sep 2011. <http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/smartphones_begin_to_replace_hotel_keycards.p hp>. • "commercial space station hotel." (2010): n. pag. Web. 14 Sep 2011. <http://www.designboom.com/weblog/cat/16/view/16224/commercial-space-station-hotel.html>. • Members. "Distributing Marketing - Hotelmule - Hospitality and Tourism Industry Portal." Hospitality Management Forum, Tourism Management Forum, Hospitality Industry, Tourism Industry. Hotel Mule, 5 Jan. 2010. Web. 14 Sept. 2011. http://hotelmule.com/management/html/83/n-2183-6.html. • "Stakis Hotels Acquired by Hilton - FlyerTalk Forums." FlyerTalk - The World's Most Popular Frequent Flyer Community. • Flyertalk, 5 Feb. 1999. Web. 14 Sept. 2011. <http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/hilton- hhonors/122391-stakis-hotels-acquired-hilton.html>.