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DRH Diamondrock Hospitality

Filed: 21 Sep 21, 8:45am
1 INVESTOR PR ESENTA T IO N SEPTEMBER 21 , 2021 1


 

FORWARD LOOKING STATEMENTS 2 Certain statements made during this presentation are forward- look- ing statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties.For- ward-looking statements generally include the words “believe,” “expect,” “anticipate,” “plan,” “estimate,” “project,” “will,” “intend” or other similar expressions. Forward-looking statements include, without limitation, statements regarding, industry outlook, results of operations, cash flows, business strategies, growth and value op- portunities, capital and other expenditures, financing plans, expense reduction initiatives and projected dispositions. Factors that could cause actual results to materially differ from those contained in the forward-looking statements include, without limitation, national and local economic and business conditions, including the impact of COVID-19 on occupancy rates at the Com- pany’s hotels and the demand for hotel products and services, and those risks and uncertainties discussed in the most recent Annual Report on Form 10-K, which DiamondRock Hospitality Company (the “Company”) has filed with the Securities and Exchange Com- mission, and which you should carefully review. The forward-look- ing statements made are based on our beliefs, assumptions and expectations of future performance, taking into account all infor- mation currently available to the Company. Actual results could differ materially from the forward-looking statements made in this presentation. The forward-looking statements made in this presen- tation are subject to the safe harbor of the Private Securities Litiga- tion Reform Act of 1995. Any forward-looking statement speaks only as of the date on which it is made. Although the Company believes the expectations reflect- ed in such forward-looking statements are based upon reasonable assumptions, it can give no assurance that the expectations will be attained or that any deviation will not be material. All information in this presentation is as of the date of this presentation, and the Company undertakes no obligation to update any forward-looking statement to conform the statement to actual results or changes in the Company’s expectations. This presentation contains statistics and other data that has been obtained or compiled from information made available by third- par- ty service providers and believed to be reliable, but the accuracy and completeness of the information is not assured. The Company has not independently verified any such information.


 

KEY TAKEAWAYS AND RECENT EVENTS 3 STRATEGIC TRANSACTIONS BOURBON ORLEANS HOTEL ■ Acquired the 220-room Bourbon Orleans Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana ■ 7.0% capitalization rate on 2019 Hotel NOI ■ 8.0% estimated stabilized capitalization rate HENDERSON PARK INN KEY TAKEAWAYS 1. Strong set up for 2022-2023 2. Attractive ROI Pipeline: $300MM of Investment Capacity 3. Improving portfolio 4. Margin improvement potential Barbary Beach House Key West ■ Acquired the 37-room Henderson Park Inn in Destin, Florida ■ 7.0% capitalization rate on TTM Hotel NOI (as of 7/31/21) ■ 8.0% estimated stabilized capitalization rate


 

4 OPERATING UPDATE (1) The comparable operating information includes operating results for our 31-hotel portfolio, which includes our 2021 acquisitions and excludes our 2021 dispositions. (2) Forecast as of 9/20/21 MONTHLY COMPARABLE OPERATING RESULTS(1) Occ ADR RevPAR Revenue Revenue B/(W) 2019 Jan 21.2% $192.57 $40.89 17,401 (68.9%) Feb 29.1% $216.12 $62.86 23,700 (62.5%) Mar 35.4% $234.33 $83.05 32,963 (57.7%) Apr 38.4% $226.56 $87.00 34,834 (55.6%) May 47.6% $219.40 $104.48 43,105 (49.2%) Jun 58.9% $220.51 $129.87 49,520 (40.7%) Jul(2) 69.1% $239.61 $165.57 64,434 (13.7%) Aug(2) 63.3% $227.45 $143.88 56,874 (21.8%)


 

WHY DIAMONDROCK 5


 

DIAMONDROCK IS POSITIONED FOR OUTSIZED GROWTH 2022-2023 SETUP ROI PIPELINE STRONG/IMPROVING PORTFOLIO MARGIN IMPROVEMENT POTENTIAL OPPORTUNISTIC INVESTMENT 1 2 3 4 5 6


 

THE HYTHE (RENDERING) BOURBON ORLEANS ■ The Hythe, The Luxury Collection ■ Sonoma Autograph Collection ■ The Clio, The Luxury Collection ■ Margaritaville Key West Resort 7 FOUR HOTEL UP-BRANDINGS 2022-2023 SETUP IMPROVING GROUP TRENDS ■ City-wide room nights in 2022 are up 5% compared to 2019 ■ City-wide room nights for 2023 already on pace to match 2019 ■ Group rates in 2022 are nearly $250 compared to $220 in H2 2021 MARGIN IMPROVEMENT POTENTIAL ■ 50-200bps of long-term potential RECENT ACQUISITIONS ■ Henderson Park Inn – Destin, Florida ■ Bourbon Orleans Hotel – New Orleans, Louisiana


 

ROI PIPELINE 33 PROJECT COST IRR Estimated Completion $3.6MM 74% 2021 PROJECT COST IRR Estimated Completion $9.8MM 25% 2021 PROJECT COST IRR Estimated Completion $8.4MM 88% 2021 JW MARRIOTT CHERRY CREEK SONOMA RENAISSANCE VAIL MARRIOTT 8


 

$90MM of ROI Projects at 35%+ IRRs PROPERTY PROJECT ESTIMATED CAPITAL SPEND(1) ESTIMATED INCREMENTAL EBITDA(1) ESTIMATED IRR(2) ESTIMATED COMPLETION SONOMA Autograph Collection Conversion $9.8 $1.4 25% 2021 VAIL MARRIOTT Luxury Collection Brand Conversion $8.4 $3.4 88% 2021 Rooftop Renovation and F&B Concept $4.7 $0.7 27% 2021 DENVER JW MARRIOTT F&B and Public Space Renovation $2.5 $0.5 42% 2021 Luxury Collection Brand Conversion $3.6 $1.2 74% 2021 MARGARITAVILLE KEY WEST RESORT Rebranding $3.5 $1.3 82% 2021 CHARLESTON RENAISSANCE F&B Repositioning $2.1 $0.5 52% 2021 Total Upcoming $34.6 $9.0 58% ORCHARDS INN Resort Repositioning $19.8 $2.6 22% 2022 THE LANDING Additional 17 Keys $6.1 $1.2 42% 2022 BOSTON HILTON Additional 29 Keys $6.0 $1.0 33% 2022 Total in Planning $31.9 $4.8 28% Active ROI Pipeline $66.5 $13.8 44% Shadow ROI Pipeline $25MM of Capital Spend Estimated 20%+ IRR 91. Estimated Capital Spend and Estimated Incremental EBITDA based upon management proformas 2. Estimated IRR is calculated assuming a 3-year stabilization period and a 10.0x terminal multiple


 

LOW/DECLINING EXPOSURE TO GROUND LEASES COMPANY % OF FEE GROUND LEASED # OF GROUND LEASED PROPERTIES PEB 33% 14 Properties HST 29% 22 Properties DRH 23% 6 Properties PK 21% 17 Properties DRH 21% 5 Properties SHO 19% 2 Properties XHR 12% 3 Properties Source: Company filings and/or website 10 Before Shorebreak Ground Lease Buyout After Shorebreak Ground Lease Buyout ■ Strong residual value ■ More control over operators ■ More financial flexibility BENEFITS OF LOW EXPOSURE TO GROUND LEASES


 

LOW/DECLINING EXPOSURE TO HURRICANE MARKETS COMPANY HURRICANE MARKET EXPOSURE XHR 28% RLJ 24% PK 23% INN 21% HST 21% SHO 19% CLDT 17% DRH 16% BHR 16% HT 14% AHT 14% APLE 14% DRH 12% PEB 8% Before Frenchman’s Reef Disposition After Frenchman’s Reef Disposition ■ Lower risk of uninsured disruption ■ Long-term sustainability ■ Lower operating costs BENEFITS OF LOW EXPOSURE TO HURRICANE MARKETS Source: Robert W. Baird & Co Note: Exposure to Norfolk, VA, USVI, Florida, Charleston, SC, Houston, TX, and New Orleans, LA 11


 

■ Improved Operating Flexibility ■ Improves Cash Flow ■ Improves Multiple ■ Improves Asset Value ■ Risk Mitigation LOW/DECLINING EXPOSURE TO CBA BENEFITS OF LOW EXPOSURE TO CBAS COMPANY % OF ROOMS SUBJECT TO CBAS PK 39% SHO 35% PEB 34% DRH 30% BHR 27% DRH 22% HST 20% XHR 13% Before Lexington and Frenchman’s Dispositions After Lexington and Frenchman’s Dispositions Source: Robert W. Baird & Co 12


 

LOWEST EXPOSURE TO BRAND MANAGEMENT BENEFITS OF LOW EXPOSURE TO BRAND MANAGEMENT ■ Enhanced profitability ■ Superior cost management ■ Owner-centric capital management ■ More control COMPANY BRAND MANAGED HOTELS TOTAL HOTELS PK 70+ 80 HST 50+ 60 XHR 30 35 PEB 13 51 SHO 10 18 DRH 8 31 DRH 2 31 Source: Company reports, Analyst reports Before sweeping deal with Marriott After sweeping deal with Marriott 13


 

SWEEPING MARRIOTT DEAL INCREASES PORTFOLIO MARGINS +50bp In 2020, DRH entered into an agreement with Marriott to alter several brand and management contracts. FRANCHISE CONVERSIONS The following were converted from brand-managed to franchised properties: • Atlanta Marriott Alpharetta • Salt Lake City Marriott Downtown • The Lodge at Sonoma • Charleston Renaissance • Courtyard Manhattan 5th Avenue UP-BRANDING • The Vail Marriott Mountain Resort to up-brand to Luxury Collection Hotel • JW Marriott Cherry Creek to up-brand to Luxury Collection Hotel THE LEXINGTON HOTEL The franchise agreement for The Lexington Hotel has been amended to provide termination 14


 

LONG TERM MARGIN IMPROVEMENT POTENTIAL UP TO 200BPS OF POTENTIAL LONG TERM MARGIN IMPROVEMENT Above the Hotel At the Hotel 50 – 150BPS: ■ Labor efficiency ■ Technology ■ F&B Outlets ■ Housekeeping ■ Lower allocated costs 50BPS: ■ Marriott Managed hotels converted to Franchise 15


 

POWERFUL CAPITAL RECYCLING THE LEXINGTON HOTEL ($185MM) FRENCHMAN’S REEF ($35MM) BOURBON ORLEANS ($89MM) HENDERSON PARK INN ($28MM) $220MM Cash Proceeds BENEFITS OF TRANSACTIONS ■ ACCRETIVE RECYCLING: Sold $220MM of assets at 5.4% cap rate on 2019 NOI. Utilized 54% of disposition proceeds to replace 63% of disposition NOI at 6.2% cap rate ■ RECYCLING CREATES BORROWING BASE COLLATERAL: Lexington and Frenchman’s were not eligible assets for unencumbered covenant tests. Recycling the proceeds into unencumbered hotels provides significant enhancement to these metrics ■ REDUCED EXPOSURE TO UNION HOTELS 16


 

BOURBON ORLEANS HOTEL (NEW ORLEANS, LA) 17 ACQUISITION DATE 7/29/21 PURCHASE PRICE $81 MILLION LOCATION NEW ORLEANS, LA NUMBER OF ROOMS 220 KEY DEAL HIGHLIGHTS ■ Best located hotel in New Orleans. Corner of Bourbon and Orleans Streets in the center of French Quarter ■ Off-market acquisition of a rare fee-simple, fully- unencumbered hotel of scale in the French Quarter ■ Moratorium on new hotel construction in the French Quarter protects against new supply risks ■ Consistently recognized by TripAdvisor as one of the Top 25 hotels in New Orleans ■ One entire block of direct Bourbon Street retail frontage ■ 7% NOI yield on 2019A and forecast stabilization at an 8% NOI yield on total investment; $40,000 per key in Hotel EBITDA UPSIDE OPPORTUNITIES ■ Significant profit upside • Room segmentation and revenue management; 25% of inventory have balconies, 15% are bi-level suites • Enhanced F&B and event programming • Retail opportunities along Bourbon and Orleans Streets • Amenity and Cancellation Fees ■ Recapture excess space to create incremental keys (formerly 250) and event venue space ■ Reposition expansive but underutilized public spaces to maximize revenue ACCOLADES FOR NEW ORLEANS This summary information sheet contains certain “forward-looking statements” relating to, among other things, hotel EBITDA and hotel net operating income after capital reserves. The forward-looking statements made are based on our beliefs, assumptions and expectations of future performance, taking into account all information currently available to us. Actual results could differ materially from the forward-looking statements made on this summary information sheet. When we use the words “projected,” “expected,” “planned” and “estimated” or other similar expressions, we are identifying forward-looking statements. The forward-looking statements on this summary information sheet are subject to the safe harbor of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. All information on this sheet is as of August 4, 2021. We undertake no duty to update the information to conform to actual results or changes in our expectations. This fact sheet contains statistics and other data that has been obtained from information available from public sources. For additional information, please visit our website at www.drhc.com. ■ Numerous “bucket list” demand generators: Jazz Fest, Mardi Gras, 2025 Super Bowl, 2022 NCAA Final Four ■ #1 Place to Go In The World (New York Times) ■ #2 City in the United States (Travel + Leisure) ■ Platinum Choice Winner (Smart Meetings Magazine) ■ “South’s Best Food City” (Southern Living) ■ Gold Travvy Award Winner for “Best Culinary Destination in the USA” ■ #4 Most Popular Destination in the United States (TripAdvisor Traveler’s Choice Awards) HOTEL LOCATION


 

HENDERSON PARK INN (DESTIN, FL) 18 ACQUISITION DATE 7/30/21 PURCHASE PRICE $27.5 MILLION LOCATION DESTIN, FL NUMBER OF ROOMS 37 KEY DEAL HIGHLIGHTS ■ Consistently recognized by TripAdvisor as one of the Top 25 Hotels in the U.S. and named by Coastal Living as one of the 10 Best Beach Hotels in Florida ■ Best located resort in the market; A+ beachfront location on the white sands of Florida’s “Emerald Coast” ■ Explosive population growth in feeder markets (Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, Nashville, Birmingham); outpaced U.S. growth 2.5-to-1 ■ >$450+ annual ADR (2019A) or nearly 2x DRH portfolio average ■ 7% capitalization rate on trailing 12 months NOI; stabili- zation at 8% NOI yield or $70,000/key in Hotel EBITDA ■ Only independent beachfront resort in Destin UPSIDE OPPORTUNITIES ■ Significant revenue upside • Introduce room segmentation and variable pricing to formerly owner operated resort • Benefit from cluster and synergies with other DRH Resorts • Enhanced F&B programming ■ Covered Land Play: Purchase Price = Land Value. Fully entitled for larger oceanfront hotel or residential LOCATION AND FEEDER MARKETS This summary information sheet contains certain “forward-looking statements” relating to, among other things, hotel EBITDA and hotel net operating income after capital reserves. The forward-looking statements made are based on our beliefs, assumptions and expectations of future performance, taking into account all information currently available to us. Actual results could differ materially from the forward-looking statements made on this summary information sheet. When we use the words “projected,” “expected,” “planned” and “estimated” or other similar expressions, we are identifying forward-looking statements. The forward-looking statements on this summary information sheet are subject to the safe harbor of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. All information on this sheet is as of August 4, 2021. We undertake no duty to update the information to conform to actual results or changes in our expectations. This fact sheet contains statistics and other data that has been obtained from information available from public sources. For additional information, please visit our website at www.drhc.com.


 

PORTFOLIO 19


 

DIAMONDROCK AT A GLANCE 20 9,100 ROOMS 31 PROPERTIES 22 GEOGRAPHICAL MARKETS LOCATION EBITDA LOCATION EBITDA Boston, MA 16% Denver, CO 4% Chicago, IL 16% Phoenix, AZ 3% New York, NY 7% Burlington, VT 3% Washington, DC 6% Sonoma, CA 3% Ft. Lauderdale, FL 6% New Orleans, LA 3% Ft. Worth, TX 5% Atlanta, GA 3% San Francisco, CA 5% Charleston, SC 2% San Diego, CA 4% Key West, FL 2% Salt Lake City, UT 4% Huntingdon Beach, CA 2% Vail, CO 4% Lake Tahoe, CA 1% Sedona, AZ 4% Destin, FL 1% DIVERSIFIED GEOGRAPHICAL SOURCES OF EBITDA VARIOUS SOURCES OF REVENUE DIVERSIFIED PORTFOLIO WITH FOCUS ON RESORT AND LIFESTYLE PROPERTIES Urban Gateway 58% Resort and Lifestyle 42% Urban Lifestyle 39% Luxury Resorts 28% Lifestyle Resorts 33% Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 ■ Contract/0ther ■ Leisure Transient ■ Business Transient ■ Group NOTE: All operating information is based on 2019 results, pro forma for 2021 acquisitions and excludes 2021 dispositions. Resort and Lifestyle, 42% Urban Gateway, 58%


 

PORTFOLIO: DATA TABLE KEYS REVPAR TREVPAR REVENUE/KEY % OF 2019 EBITDA ICONIC RESORT 611 268.98 496.40 181.18 11% LIFESTYLE RESORT 1,216 189.50 307.37 111.96 15% LIFESTYLE URBAN 1,491 185.11 255.83 93.20 16% RESORT/LIFESTYLE 3,318 202.19 319.07 116.27 42% URBAN GATEWAY 5,815 175.91 239.77 87.52 58% TOTAL 9,133 185.44 268.54 97.96 100% 21


 

PORTFOLIO: OPERATOR AND GUEST MIX DIVERSIFICATION 22 2019 ACTUAL PRO FORMA FOR LEXINGTON DISPOITION AND ACQUISITIONS ■ Aimbridge, 28% ■ Marriott, 19% ■ Hei Hotels & Resorts, 17% ■ Sage Hospitality, 6% 4% 4% 4% 4% 4% 5% 6% 17% 19% 28% 2% 1% ■ Kimpton, 5% ■ Ft Baker Management, 4% ■ Davidson Hotels & Resorts, 4% ■ Evolution Hospitality, 4% ■ Vail Resorts, 4% ■ Highgate Hotels, 4% ■ Ocean Properties, 2% ■ Viceroy, 1% Corporate - Group, 21% Leisure - Group, 7% Leisure - Transient, 34% Corporate - Transient, 38% Corporat e - Group 20% Leisure - Group 7% Leisure - Transient 36% Corporat e - Transient 37% 41% LEISURE 59% CORPORATE 43% LEISURE 57% CORPORATE


 

STRONG RESORT MARKET PRESENCE APPROXIMATELY 2/3 OF PORTFOLIO LOCATED IN EXPERIENTIAL MARKETS FORT LAUDERDALE, FL SAN FRANCISCO, CA SEDONA, AZ L’AUBERGE DE SEDONA (Independent) WESTIN FORT LAUDERDALE BEACH RESORT (Marriott) HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA SAN FRANCISCO, CAPHOENIX, AZ DENVER, COCHICAGO, IL BURLINGTON, VT KIMPTON SHOREBREAK HUNTINGTON BEACH RESORT (Intercontinental Hotel Group) SEDONA, AZ SONOMA, CANEW ORLEANS, LA LAKE TAHOE, CA CHARLESTON, SC RENAISSANCE CHARLESTON HISTORIC DISTRICT HOTEL (Marriott) KEY WEST, FL HILTON BURLINGTON LAKE CHAMPION (Hilton) THE GWEN, A LUXURY COLLECTION HOTEL (Marriott) THE LODGE AT SONOMA A RENAISSANCE RESORT & SPA (Marriott) BOURBON ORLEANS HOTEL (Independent) JW MARRIOTT DENVER AT CHERRY CREEK (Marriott) ORCHARDS INN (Independent) KEY WEST, FL LANDING RESORT AND SPA (Independent) HAVANA CABANA (Independent) BARBARY BEACH HOUSE KEY WEST (Independent) HOTEL PALOMAR PHOENIX (Intercontinental Hotel Group) HOTEL EMBLEM SAN FRANCISCO (Independent) CAVALLO POINT (Independent) VAIL, CO DESTIN, FL VAIL MARRIOTT MOUNTAIN RESORT & SPA (Marriott) HENDERSON PARK INN (Independent) LIFESTYLE URBAN LIFESTYLE RESORT LUXURY RESORT 23


 

HIGH QUALITY PORTFOLIO IN KEY GATEWAY MARKETS APPROXIMATELY 1/3 OF PORTFOLIO LOCATED IN TOP, GATEWAY MARKETS. ALPHARETTA, GA ATLANTA MARRIOTT ALPHARETTA (Marriott) BOSTON, MA SALT LAKE CITY, UTNEW YORK, NY FORT WORTH, TXDENVER, CO CHICAGO, IL CHICAGO MARRIOTT DOWNTOWN (Marriott) WASHINGTON, DC WASHINGTON, DC SAN DIEGO, CA HILTON BOSTON DOWNTOWN (Hilton) BOSTON, MA NEW YORK, NY WESTIN BOSTON WATERFRONT (Marriott) COURTYARD DENVER DOWNTOWN (Marriott) WESTIN WASHINGTON, D.C. CITY CENTER (Marriott) WORTHINGTON RENAISSANCE FORT WORTH (Marriott) BETHESDA MARRIOTT SUITES (Marriott) NEW YORK, NY WESTIN SAN DIEGO (Marriott) COURTYARD MANHATTAN/FIFTH AVENUE (Marriott) COURTYARD MANHATTAN/MIDTOWN EAST (Marriott) HILTON GARDEN TIMES SQUARE (Hilton) SALT LAKE CITY MARRIOTT DOWNTOWN (Marriott) 24


 

BALANCE SHEET 25


 

SHOHSTRLJDRHXHRPEBINNHTBHRAHT 1.21.5 3.53.73.9 4.7 6.3 8.8 9.5 DIAMONDROCK BALANCE SHEET PROFILE 26 LEVERAGE BELOW PEER AVERAGE(3) 10.4 PRO FORMA FUTURE DEBT MATURITIES(2) 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025 ■ Secured Debt ■ Term Loan ■ Revolver ■ Undrawn Revolver ■ $300MM+ of Investment Capacity ■ $639MM liquidity available in cash and revolver capacity(1) (1) As of 6/30/21 (2) Assumes all extension rights are exercised on revolver (2023) and Salt Lake City mortgage (2022). Credit facility based on $0 balance as of 6/30/21. (3) Source: Baird. Net Debt plus preferred / 2019 Consensus EBITDA


 

ESG LEADERSHIP 27


 

RESPONSIBLE CORPORATE CITIZEN ISS ESG RANKINGS(2) ISS-ESG CORPORATE RANKING Currently Ranked in Top 1% of all US Real estate companies DiamondRock ranks in the top 5% of the Worldwide Real Estate Sector, earning an ISS ESG Prime designation 3ENVIRONMENTAL 3SOCIAL 2GOVERNANCE GRESB ANNUAL RESULTS 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 DRH GRESB Score 50 53 75 81 84 Peer Score Average(1) 51 57 58 69 69 Index to Peer Score Average 98% 93% 129% 117% 122% 28