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Freehold Holiday Home Investment, Port Bannatyne For Sale

Freehold Holiday Home Investment, Port Bannatyne For Sale

There is room in about five properties to either split into two beded flats or upgrade from a one to two bed flat. These properties all need some upgrading. This is one of Scotlands most popular holiday locations away from a city. By...

Search categories: Holiday Flats/Apartments, Investment & Financial services

  
Long Leasehold Hotel East Sussex For Sale

The property comprises a 5 storey (plus attic accommodation) mid terrace building, originalyy constructed as 8 houses and now linked at all levels. The 117 letting bedrooms are arranged over the ground, upper ground, first, second and third...

Search categories: Hotels and Motels

  
32 BEDROOM LICENSED HOTEL - ALL EN-SUITE

* 32 Bedroom Licensed Hotel – All En-Suite * Town Centre, Blackpool * Close to Promenade, Shops & Amenities * Extensive Private Accommodation * In Lovely Order Throughout * Lift to All Floors * Car Park for 7 Motor Vehicles * Viewing...

Location: Blackpool, England

Search categories: Hotels and Motels

  • F/H Price: £550,000Price Reduced arrow_drop_down
  
5 Self-Contained Holiday Apartments

Central Blackpool * Close to Town Centre, Shops & Amenities * May Suit Conversion to Permanent Flats, Subject to Planning Permission * In Good Order Throughout * Parking for 2 Motor Vehicles * Viewing Recommended...

Location: Blackpool, England

Search categories: Other Entertainment & Leisure businesses, Holiday Flats/Apartments

  • F/H Price: £120,000Price Reduced arrow_drop_down
  
9 Bedroom Licensed Hotel - 4 En-Suite

* 8 Bedroom Licensed Hotel – 4 En-Suite * Central Blackpool * Close to Town Centre, Entertainments and Amenities * Established Business * Retirement Sale * Private Accommodation * L2 Fire Alarm System * Viewing Recommended...

Location: Blackpool, England

Search categories: Hotels and Motels, Guest Houses, Pubs and Hotel Property

  • F/H Price: £140,000Price Reduced arrow_drop_down

Buying a hotel business

Buying a hotel business can become one of the most rewarding decisions of an entrepreneur’s life. When you buy a hotel, you’re taking on a business in a competitive industry where attention to detail and dedication to customer service are critical, so you need to make sure that buying a hotel is the right personal decision for you.

As a long-term investment, hotels can deliver healthy returns; in addition to the annual income that the business can produce, hotels are generally large, versatile properties in popular tourist locations where new building opportunities are limited – this can help the hotel hold some of its value during depressed market conditions. 

From a short-term perspective, you need to ensure that the business you are buying is going to work for you from the day of purchase, and that you have sufficient funding in place. Some good starter questions to ask are, “How has the business performed financially in the last 12 months? Is the hotel profitable?” and “How does the hotel rank on TripAdvisor and other reputable travel sites?”. Reputation and profitability can of course be improved with hard work, but you won’t transform the business overnight; you need to ensure that the business is healthy enough to sustain itself while you work on making positive changes that improve the hotel over time. 

Another important short-term consideration when buying a hotel is the timing of your purchase and the subsequent impact of your timing on your cash flow in the first year’s trading. Depending on the shape of the local tourist season, the business is likely to have busy summer and school holiday periods when takings are high, and other quieter periods when takings are relatively low. If you buy the business and assume responsibility during a quieter part of the year, you need to make sure that you take in enough money to cover your costs in the short term.

When buying a hotel it helps to know some of the jargon that’s often used by buyers and sellers of hospitality businesses. Our hotel buyers dictionary explains terms like RevPAR, ADR, eWOM and other hospitality industry jargon. 

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