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Mr Rémy Rein

Rémy Rein is a Senior Lecturer at EHL specializing in hotel and real estate management. He has extensive experience in international, multi-site management and consulting within the hospitality industry. With nearly 40 years of career experience, his expertise spans the whole hospitality sector, ranging from zero to five-star properties, residences, resorts and restaurant chains. He has executed over 520 hotels transactions of single and portfolio assets, performing different consulting missions including the supervision of feasibility studies, strategic advice, hotel management agreement and lease negotiations, operator selections. He has also overseen valuations representing up to €5.5 billion and his clients represent a wide range of institutions: banks, investment funds, hotel chains, hotels franchisees and private equity investors. He earned his MBA from IMHI Cornell ESSEC with a concentration in International Hotel Finance and Management and a master's degree in Human Resources from Lyon 3 University. 

Mr Rémy Rein

Senior Lecturer

MBA from IMHI Cornell ESSEC with a concentration in International Hotel Finance and Management
Masters degree in Human Resources from Lyon 3 University.
professor.areaOfExpertise
  • Gestion d'actifs hôteliers et immobiliers
  • Valorisation immobilière
  • Transactions immobilières
  • Gestion d'hôtels
  • Gestion de restaurants
  • Études de faisabilité
  • Gestion d'hôtels et de restaurants, et contrats de franchise
  • Développement hôtelier
  • Gestion multisite internationale
  • Conseil
  • Conseils stratégiques
  • Négociation de contrats et de baux de gestion hôtelière
  • Sélection d'opérateurs
  • Projets de repositionnement stratégique et de gestion du changement
Rémy Rein
professor.past_publication
  • “The sharing economy an opportunity for hotelier”. https://www.hospitalitynet.org/opinion/4081238.html - Feb 2017
  • Project on articles subject : "Facilities management in offices and hotels: same, same but different". with RICS and CBRE