Hospitality Expertise

The success of the hospitality industry is dramatically affected by many variables, including guest experiences, consumer confidence, technology and security, escalating labor costs, access to capital, maximizing property value, disposable income, and transportation costs. In this ever-changing business environment, hospitality companies must work with industry-experienced business advisors like EKS&H.

Providing our clients 5-star service

We treat our clients the way you treat your guests — with 5-star service. We understand your industry and recognize the importance of reputation. That’s why we strive to provide hospitality organizations with the highest quality service and proactive and comprehensive solutions. 

EKS&H 5-star Service for Hospitality IndustryOur hospitality clients include independent operators and hotel management companies; resort condominiums; golf clubs; travel and tourism organizations; casinos and gaming businesses; and convention, entertainment, and sports facilities. 
Services we provide these clients include: 

Our Reputation and Qualifications

Since 1978, our professionals have worked hard to become trusted business advisors to the hospitality industry. Prior to working in public accounting, several of our hospitality practice partners gained firsthand industry experience, so you can be confident that we understand your challenges and opportunities.

Hospitality clients also benefit from our commitment to original industry research, reporting, and analysis. Together, with several other organizations, we compile the Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, and Denver Hotel and Lodging Associations’ monthly lodging reports. EKS&H is also a recipient of the Galen Drake Member of the Year Award from the Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association.

Talk with Our Industry Lead

Connect with Jim Cowgill to discuss our hospitality industry services.


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