Stephen Hennis

Company: Hotelogy


Stephen Hennis has over 20 years of experience in the analysis of lodging real estate investments. Over his career, he has appraised and evaluated over 500 lodging facilities, and has been involved in the underwriting, negotiation, acquisition, and disposition of over $600 million in luxury hotels and resorts. Prior to establishing Hotelogy, Steve oversaw the successful launch and expansion of STR’s consulting arm. Previously, he was Managing Director of Hospitium, a lodging advisory firm specializing in acquisitions and developments. Steve also served as Vice President of Hospitality Investments for Lowe Enterprises and Destination Hotels & Resorts where he worked on acquisitions, dispositions, and development projects. Steve managed transactions through the underwriting, negotiation, due diligence, and transition process. Steve was also Vice President and Director of Research for HVS and held positions at Marriott International, Caesars World, and the award-winning Castle Marne bed and breakfast.

Mission Statement

To provide exceptional services to our clients to facilitate their ability to make timely, intelligent business decisions.

Geographic Areas

United States, Mexico, Caribbean


Feasibility studies, market studies, acquisition targeting, strategic planning, underwriting, due diligence, facilities recommendations, pro forma analysis, and analytical model development

Professional Memberships

Appraisal Institute, Urban Land Institute, American Hotel & Lodging Association

Speaking Engagements

Caribbean Hotel & Resort Investment Conference, Hotel Data Conference, Lodging Conference, Meet the Money

Representative List of Clients

Carpenter & Company, Two Roads Hospitality, Hodges Ward Elliott, KSL Capital Partners, Omni Hotels, RockBridge Capital, SCS Advisors, Snyder Nationwide Real Estate, Xanterra Parks & Resorts


University of Denver, Daniels College of Business, Fritz Knoebel School of Hospitality Management

Past Experience

STR (2009-2017) Director, Consulting & Analytics Hospitium (2006-2010) Managing Director Destination Hotels & Resorts/Lowe Hospitality Group(2000-2006) Vice President, Hospitality Investments HVS International (1994-2000) Vice President, Director of Research