Columbus Hospitality Management provides asset management services to hotel owners and investors. Although our exact services vary according to our clients' individual needs, all have one common goal: to maximize return on investment.
Our experience as a full-service management company makes Columbus Hospitality Management an excellent choice for an asset management partner. We continuously update our best practices, performance metrics, tools, controls and systems - all of which can be leveraged to provide a highly relevant analysis of your hotel based on current market conditions.
We can fulfill your needs at any level of engagement, ranging from periodic assistance to serving as a liaison between you and the current management team.
Our asset management services are tailored to our clients' individual needs and include but are not limited to:
We'll analyze the performance of your current hotel operator or management company and ensure that that they're reaching 100 percent of the hotel's potential and contractual obligations.
We'll analyze the hotel's operations and, if necessary, create and implement detailed action plans. This may include the entire operation or be limited in scope to include specific areas such as sales, marketing, revenue management, accounting, finance, human resources, operations, guest services and technology.
Strategic Planning and Budgeting
We provide financial analysis and create strategic plans to meet the long-term goals of the asset. We also can assist with the yearly operations and capital budgeting process.
We provide centralized accounting services that leverage our existing infrastructure, including established controls, policies and procedures, reporting tools, and highly skilled accounting professionals, allowing our clients to achieve tight controls and detailed reporting that may be cost prohibitive if done in-house.
"Columbus Hospitality was uniquely qualified to assist with the repositioning of the Capital Club. Their team of professionals have greatly improved all aspects of the club while simultaneously generating much needed operating efficiencies."
Scott Linville, Hines