STR releases weekly Canada hotel data
The provinces reported mixed year-over-year results in all three key measurements. Newfoundland, reported the only increase in occupancy, up 11.8 percent to 59.5 percent. Prince Edward Island’s occupancy fell 17.3 percent to 29.1 percent for the largest decrease. ADR increases of more than 5 percent were reported by: Prince Edward Island (+16.2 percent to CAD$75.94); Manitoba (+7.5 percent to CAD$108.41); and Saskatchewan (+6.9 percent to CAD$113.05). Increases in RevPAR were led by Newfoundland, up 14.1 percent to CAD$66.39. Saskatchewan increased in RevPAR 2.5 percent to CAD$78.95. Ontario reported the largest drop in RevPAR, decreasing 18.6 percent to CAD$70.34.
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