The NBA’s ‘super’ Philadelphians are getting more comfortable with their ‘superior’ luxury destinations
Philadelphia is enjoying a surge in luxury tourism, with its population now in the majority that it has enjoyed for years.
The city’s luxury hotels are getting a lot more luxurious, too.
A recent study by the Philadelphia Marriott Group found that the average hotel in the city has more than tripled in value since it began keeping records in 2013.
The average hotel room in downtown Philadelphia has tripled since that time, as well.
It also reported that the number of luxury hotel rooms in the U.S. has more recently hit a record high.
In 2016, there were over 5,000 luxury hotels in the country, according to the Marriott Group.
But that number dropped to about 3,000 in 2017.
That’s according to Marriott Executive Vice President of Business Development Michael P. Tisch, who added that the trend is not a temporary one.
“This is the reality of being a city, and it is what it is going to be for the foreseeable future,” Tisch said.
“The real estate markets are starting to recover and, more importantly, we’re seeing a significant uptick in people spending money.
So we’re going to see a lot of interest and a lot growth in our cities.”
The Marriott study also found that in 2017, luxury hotel occupancy in the nation’s capitol city surpassed 1.5 million rooms, up from 933,000 rooms in 2016.
It was also the highest occupancy year for any U.N. member state.
In addition to hotel occupancy, the Marriott study reported that luxury tourism revenue was $2.2 billion, up 17 percent from 2016.
That is also a record for any city in the world.
The hotel occupancy data is not the only interesting statistic from the study.
The Marriott report also found a number of things that have changed since the hotel occupancy figures were first compiled in 2013: The number of hotels has grown dramatically in cities such as Las Vegas, Las Vegas Metropolitan Resort and Convention Center and New York City.
In 2018, there was a significant increase in the number and size of hotels, and the hotel rooms were larger.
That was primarily due to the construction of the Empire State Building in New York, the building being completed to replace the World Trade Center.
New York City also saw a surge of luxury tourism in 2018, as hotel rooms increased from 4,000 to nearly 6,000.
In addition, luxury hotels were also opening up in cities including Seattle and Los Angeles, according the Marriott report.
The numbers are also a reminder of the economic boom that has followed the global economic recession.
In 2015, luxury tourism accounted for $7.6 billion in revenue, up 24 percent from 2015, according a report by the Marriott hotel group.