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Every two years, HVS evaluates the fees charged by hotel franchise companies in the U.S. The purpose of this analysis is to provide a comparative review of various hotel franchise brands based on applicable franchise fees.
When evaluating a potential hotel franchise, one of the important economic considerations is the structure and amount of the franchise fees. Second only to payroll, franchise fees represent one of the largest operating expenses for most hotels.
There is no other report as important as this one for the owners of the 32,500 franchised hotels in the U.S. To obtain a copy of the HVS 2001 U.S. Hotel Franchise Fee Guide, send an e-mail to: email@example.com. Stephen Rushmore is president and founder of HVS, a global hospitality consulting organization with offices around the world.