Corporate hotels are an important part of a global economy and can be one of the fastest growing segments of the global economy.
There are currently around 1,000 corporate hotels in operation around the world.
They employ around 3 million people worldwide, according to the U.S. Department of Commerce.
There’s no doubt that corporate hotels are a huge part of the economy.
But the question is: what is the cost of running one?
There are three main costs to running a corporate hotel.
The first is the occupancy fee.
Companies that don’t operate their own hotels will charge a charge called the occupancy rate.
The average occupancy rate for a corporate room is around 4% for an average hotel room.
The second cost is the management fee.
The management fee is the annual capital expenditure required to run the hotel.
Companies typically spend around $100 million annually on management fees.
The final cost of operating a corporate building is the operating cost of maintaining the facility.
A typical corporate hotel will cost around $2 billion per year to maintain.
This costs about $150 million per year per hotel.
That’s the money the corporate hotel is paid to keep operating.
There is a third cost that is often overlooked.
The operating cost is usually the operating budget.
This is what a hotel company will spend on rent, food, utilities and so on to maintain a facility.
There has been some debate as to whether the operating costs are a significant portion of the overall operating cost, but they are.
A recent study published in the International Journal of Business Research found that a hotel operator’s operating budget can have a positive impact on the profitability of a hotel.
The study looked at a range of industries including hotel, travel, airline and retail.
The study found that hotels are the most cost-efficient industry in the U