The global hotels and leisure landscape is shifting - and Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner is moving with it.

Whichever aspect of the hotels and leisure sector is involved, our growing team of specialists works together to build value for clients in this rapidly evolving world. We continue to act for a diverse mix of property owners and investors, hotel operators, sector-focused lenders, and developers. Whether it is the sale or purchase of a portfolio of hotels or a substantial single asset, the development of a new build hotel, or the negotiation of a complex hotel agreement, we combine experience across tax, financing, intellectual property, health and safety, licensing, litigation, and of course real estate to deliver game-changing outcomes.

The hotels and leisure sector is at the heart of our business. This allows us to offer highly skilled teams matched to particular needs and preferences. Our broad portfolio of projects gives us insights that are difficult to find elsewhere and an office network across Europe, the Middle East and Asia exposes us to key established and emerging markets.

It is no accident that our Hotels and Leisure Team has been ranked in Tier 1 by the leading legal directories for the last 14 years. We work hard on behalf of our clients to ensure we have the skills and understanding to keep it that way. It’s what we do.

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European Hotel Market Survey 2017

A positive outlook for uncertain times?

MENA Hotel Market Survey 2017

MENA Hotel Market Survey 2017

This year’s results paint a significantly more positive picture with measured optimism but Operators should do more.

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A-Z of Hotels Industry Terminology

Our A-Z guide provides you with everything you need to know about the hotels industry in a succinct and easy-to-read format.

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