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Marriott Seeing a Broadening of Travel Demand From Leisure to Business and International Trips

Dan Wasiolek Senior Equity Analyst

Analyst Note

| Dan Wasiolek |

We plan to increase our $159 fair value estimate for narrow-moat Marriott by a low-single-digit percentage after its first quarter showcased a new pandemic recovery high in demand, as travel broadened from leisure excursions to business and international trips, echoing recent reports from peers. First-quarter revenue per available room, or revPAR, recovered to 91% of 2019 levels (83% for Hilton), up nicely from 81% last quarter (83%), with robust demand trends continuing in April. Globally, Marriott expects leisure to remain strong, with business and cross-border improving throughout the rest of this year. To this point, U.S. and Canada business room nights returned to 85%-90% of 2019 levels in the quarter, up from about 70% in the prior three months, with group size and length of stay above prepandemic marks. Further, Marriott saw notable demand improvement in international markets except China, which remains hindered by COVID-19 restrictions. Europe demand has not been impacted by the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine, with an acceleration in spring and summer demand bookings. As a result, we expect to increase our 2022 revPAR toward a mid-90% rebound rate versus about 90%.

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Marriott International Inc Class A's Company Profile

Business Description

Marriott operates nearly 1.5 million rooms across roughly 30 brands. At the end of 2021, luxury represented 10% of total rooms, while full service, limited service, and time-shares were 43%, 46%, and 2% of all units, respectively. Marriott, Courtyard, and Sheraton are the largest brands, while Autograph, Tribute, Moxy, Aloft, and Element are newer lifestyle brands. Managed and franchised represent 97% of total rooms. North America makes up two thirds of total rooms. Managed, franchise, and incentive fees represent the vast majority of revenue and profitability for the company.

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10400 Fernwood Road
Bethesda, MD, 20817
T +1 301 380-3000
Sector Consumer Cyclical
Industry Lodging
Most Recent Earnings Mar 31, 2022
Fiscal Year End Dec 31, 2022
Stock Type Cyclical
Employees 120,000

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