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Asia-Pacific hotel investments may ease to US$8.5b in 2016

Deals in Singapore to be "few and far between", says report by JLL Group

Notable sales last year included that of the Westin Sydney (above) for A$445 million. Sydney and Melbourne were singled out in particular as competitive markets, given that available stock is expected to be limited going forward.


THE Asia-Pacific is expected to see US$8.5 billion in hotel investments this year, while markets such as Singapore and Hong Kong will be less active owing to the shortage of available assets.

The figure marks a decrease from the US$9.2 billion in transactions racked up

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