A Report On Starwood Hotel And Resort Worldwide Inc.

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This report will provide information obtained through ratio analysis, regarding the profitability , liquidity and financial stability of Starwood hotel and resort worldwide inc. and Marriott group of hotels for the years 2011-2013 and compare both the hotels. Starwood hotel and resort worldwide inc. founded 1991, is an american hotel company with more than 1,200 properties in 100 countries and 180,400 employees at its owned and managed properties. In 2013 it grew same store worldwide RevPAR by 5% in constant dollar. (Starwood hotels company overview 2013) Recognised as one of the world’s largest hotel and leisure companies, Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. is composed of nine internationally renowned brands and the…show more content…
It had $12 billion in annual revenue in 2012 with more than 3,700 locations in 73 countries and territories worldwide. Its brand are : The Ritz-Carlton Bvlgari Hotels & Resorts ,JW Marriott Hotels, Edition, Autograph Collection ,Renaissance Hotels ,AC Hotels,Marriott Hotels & Resorts ,Gaylord Hotels ,Courtyard by Marriott ,SpringHill Suites ,Fairfield Inn & Suites ,Residence Inn by Marriott Towne Place Suites ,Marriott Executive Apartments ,Marriott Vacation Club ,Grand Residences by Marriott ,The Ritz-Carlton Destination Club. (Marriott international 2012) This report will pay particular attention to the earning power, liquidity and credit management, inventory management and debt management, and will highlight major strength and weakness while offering some explanation for observed changes. The report will comment on the prospects of the company and make recommendation that would improve Starwood and Marriott performance. This report will explain how cash flow statement could enhance analysis. STARWOOD VS. MARRIOTT REVIEW OF FINANCIAL / OPERATING RESULTS AND FINANCIAL POSITION One of the most effective ways to compare two businesses is to perform a ratio analysis on each company’s financial statements. A ratio analysis looks at various numbers in the financial statements such as net profit or total expenses to arrive at a relationship between each number. Using ratio to compare two business gives us a
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