More than 40,000
hotels are represented
Attendance is strictly limited so that your experience
is productive and enjoyable.
With over 40 think tanks covering an array of
industry-related topics, you can custom-tailor your
program based on your specific needs and areas of
interest. Think Tanks are limited in size so that YOU
The dress code is always casual!
All of our sessions are interactive. Attendees have
plenty of opportunities to ask questions and get
With three cocktail parties, extended refreshment
breaks, breakfasts, luncheons, and golf
tournament, the opportunities for networking are
One-on-one meetings at the Deal Corral, an
afternoon dedicated to helping you find the money you need to get
your hotel deal done.
And of course, great door prizes including the famous
$1,000 briefcase give-away.
When you combine all of this with the luxurious
atmosphere of The Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa, it's easy to see why more deals get done at The Lodging
Conference than any other industry event.
With the economy improving, demand and occupancy rising,
and deal flow beginning to heat up, we are expecting
another great event in October.
Over the past 20 years, more
than 25,000 high-powered industry executives from around
the globe have attended The Lodging Conference. We bring
together the hotel industry's most influential owners,
presidents, CEOs and dealmakers to strategize about
development, finance, franchising, management and
operations. More than just a conference, the entire
event is a THINK TANK where everybody in attendance has
the opportunity to join in the conversation, discuss
issues, and solve problems.
With continuous opportunities
to network, gourmet food, and a casual dress code, along
with a who's who of industry owners and developers in
attendance, it's no surprise that our attendees say they
make more contacts, and do more deals, at The Lodging
Conference than at any other industry event. This all
takes place on the grounds of the incredibly relaxing
Arizona Biltmore Resort and Spa.
Harry Javer and Morris Lasky