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Alta Capital Real Estate launches new fund targeting hospitality developments focused on sustainability and wellness
By Megan Whitby 25 Mar 2021
The aim is to create an Alta Hospitality Fund Asia portfolio with a value of US$50m (€42m, £36m)
At a time when companies in the hospitality sector are facing unprecedented challenges, private equity firm Alta Capital Real Estate has grasped the opportunity to invest in undervalued wellness hospitality assets across Asia-Pacific.

It recently launched the Alta Hospitality Fund Asia with the aim of “repositioning, rebranding and redeveloping assets for the post-COVID world in order to deliver solid returns”.

It aims to create a portfolio value of US$50m (€42m, £36m) and deliver a return of 15-25 per cent over six years.

The fund is being helmed by former HSBC head of equities for Asia-Pacific, Rakesh Patel, who decided to launch it because it’s timely to do so, but also because he has a personal passion for wellness stemming from an ‘incurable’ illness as a teenager which he overcame by following the Gerson Therapy regime.

“Hospitality asset prices are dislocated due to the pandemic, which provides an interesting point in the cycle to invest,” he explains, “plus, we’re predicting accelerated growth in wellness in the future, because people have become increasingly conscious of their physical and mental wellbeing.”

Alta quotes GWI figures, reporting that the wellness tourism market is projected to achieve a compound annual growth rate of nearly 7 per cent between 2020 and 2025, reaching US$1.1bn (€923.8m, £792.6m) in revenues by 2025.

Consequently, Patel argues it makes good sense to reposition assets for this structural trend, saying: “acquiring assets at this point helps us manage our downside risk while giving us an attractive upside reward.”

The company won’t invest in standalone spas, but will focus on hospitality assets that either already have an existing wellness component or could be repositioned that way.

It has a particular interest in acquiring boutique hotels, wellness retreats and villa communities with 50-150 keys.

To find out more about Alta and its plans for sustainable luxury properties in Bali and Sri Lanka, check out the latest issue of Spa Business magazine.


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Alta Capital Real Estate launches new fund targeting hospitality developments focused on sustainability and wellness
POSTED 25 Mar 2021 . BY Megan Whitby
The aim is to create an Alta Hospitality Fund Asia portfolio with a value of US$50m (€42m, £36m) Credit: Alta Capital Real Estate
Hospitality asset prices are dislocated due to the pandemic, which provides an interesting point in the cycle to invest
– Rakesh Patel
At a time when companies in the hospitality sector are facing unprecedented challenges, private equity firm Alta Capital Real Estate has grasped the opportunity to invest in undervalued wellness hospitality assets across Asia-Pacific.

It recently launched the Alta Hospitality Fund Asia with the aim of “repositioning, rebranding and redeveloping assets for the post-COVID world in order to deliver solid returns”.

It aims to create a portfolio value of US$50m (€42m, £36m) and deliver a return of 15-25 per cent over six years.

The fund is being helmed by former HSBC head of equities for Asia-Pacific, Rakesh Patel, who decided to launch it because it’s timely to do so, but also because he has a personal passion for wellness stemming from an ‘incurable’ illness as a teenager which he overcame by following the Gerson Therapy regime.

“Hospitality asset prices are dislocated due to the pandemic, which provides an interesting point in the cycle to invest,” he explains, “plus, we’re predicting accelerated growth in wellness in the future, because people have become increasingly conscious of their physical and mental wellbeing.”

Alta quotes GWI figures, reporting that the wellness tourism market is projected to achieve a compound annual growth rate of nearly 7 per cent between 2020 and 2025, reaching US$1.1bn (€923.8m, £792.6m) in revenues by 2025.

Consequently, Patel argues it makes good sense to reposition assets for this structural trend, saying: “acquiring assets at this point helps us manage our downside risk while giving us an attractive upside reward.”

The company won’t invest in standalone spas, but will focus on hospitality assets that either already have an existing wellness component or could be repositioned that way.

It has a particular interest in acquiring boutique hotels, wellness retreats and villa communities with 50-150 keys.

To find out more about Alta and its plans for sustainable luxury properties in Bali and Sri Lanka, check out the latest issue of Spa Business magazine.
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