By Next BigFuture, The Washington Post, March 21, 2021, 1:18:25AM ESTFor decades, the American hotel industry has operated on a razor-thin profit margin, with no incentive to innovate.

The result: an industry that’s long struggled to adapt to the digital world and is often struggling to make money in a highly competitive market.

Hotels like the Hyatt Regency, the Marriott Marquis, and the Hy-Vee are struggling with a huge backlog of new room inventory, a growing business that’s forcing them to pay higher rents and raise prices to keep pace with demand.

The problem is that the industry’s leaders aren’t investing in new ideas, they’re simply taking the money from existing hotel chains to pay for their own.

The hotel industry is trying to solve that problem by focusing on one thing: keeping the existing hotels afloat.

In an effort to cut costs and boost profits, hotels have focused on building the perfect hotel experience.

They’re trying to do it through technology, so they’re buying new rooms, adding amenities, or offering more perks and perks that can be used to boost hotel revenues and profit.

The companies are also trying to attract more travelers and customers with amenities like wireless internet, free Wi-Fi, and an enhanced lounge area.

But while hotels have succeeded in creating a brand-new, luxury hotel experience, they’ve done so without innovating on their own to attract travelers and keep the hotels afloat, a new report by the International Hotel Association (HI), an industry group, found.HI reported that more than a quarter of the hotel industry’s revenue in 2020 came from one product — rooms — while only 12% of hotel revenue came from two products.

Hotel companies are investing $3 billion on their existing facilities and building new hotels, but they are not innovating in any new way to meet the challenges that are facing the industry.HI found that hotel revenue declined by nearly 6% last year and that hotels are facing a $2.2 billion annual loss.

The industry is on pace to fall even further by the end of the year, the report said.

The report is an indictment of the way hotel chains are operating.

It’s an argument that could drive a boycott of hotel rooms by hotels that are not investing in the right products.

Hotel industry leaders say the problem is not the hotel business itself, but rather the way the hotel chain is operating it.

The hotels are charging too much for rooms, which is a problem because most of the people staying at these hotels are staying longer, according to an industry source.

The problem is, hotels are competing with each other in a crowded market, with the ones that can stay afloat are getting rich and the ones without, or worse, losing money, the source said.

This is not an industry in which the hotels are trying to compete with each one other, they are competing against each other for revenue.

HI said hotels have been losing money on average for more than two years.

And when a company like Hyatt, for example, sells more rooms, they have less money to spend on amenities and upgrades.HI has asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate whether hotel chains like Marriott are violating the Fair Housing Act, which prohibits discrimination in housing or employment based on race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, or age.