Hotel operators are saying that the renewed spurt of lodging development in the U.S. and several other global markets is not expected to affect key performance metrics, at least in the short term. Hoteliers also point to a lingering shortage of debt financing as another factor limiting supply growth. The U.S. has seen the number of rooms in its active hotel pipeline rise 13.5% on a year-over-year basis as of November.

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