Resort Development

Katharine Le Quesne works with owners and operators of standalone and multi-component resorts. “This  complex and highly capital intensive segment is not for the faint-hearted. Vision, experience and discipline are essential.” She believes the resort market will continue to grow and innovate, driven by demographic trends and the blurring of business and leisure time.

  • Resorts: Accommodation with a range of leisure offerings, located in a leisure destination
  • Urban resorts: Hotel developments with extensive leisure facilities, located in urban areas
  • Integrated resorts: Multi-component developments, typically anchored by hotel or residential, with a range of ancillary services such as: leisure attractions; retail; and food & beverage outlets
  • Destination resorts: A resort which attracts people specifically to the property/site, due to the offering. It may or may not include accommodation components.

Theme Parks

Theme parks, water parks & attractions are undergoing immense transformation. Markets such as China are driving unprecedented growth; and technology is transforming both the operations and the product.

Over the past 5 years, Katharine has worked globally on standalone and integrated theme park developments in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

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