STR reports U.S. hotel data for week ending 14 March
The chain-scale segments followed the industry trends, reporting decreases for all three key performance measurements in year-over-year results:
- Luxury segment: occupancy -20.3 percent (61.1 percent); ADR -15.5 percent (US$254.79); RevPAR -32.7 percent (US$155.60).
- Upper Upscale segment: occupancy -15.9 percent (64.2 percent); ADR -12.4 percent (US$149.76); RevPAR -26.3 percent (US$96.16).
- Upscale segment: occupancy -15.1 percent (62.6 percent); ADR -10.9 percent (US$112.43); RevPAR -24.3 percent (US$70.34).
- Midscale with Food and Beverage segment: occupancy -17.2 percent (49.7 percent); ADR -7.7 percent (US$82.60); RevPAR -23.6 percent (US$41.02).
- Midscale with out Food and Beverage segment: occupancy -15.8 percent (56.8 percent); ADR -5.7 percent (US$86.50); RevPAR -20.6 percent (US$49.13).
- Economy segment: occupancy -14.7 percent (48.3 percent); ADR -6.7 percent (US$51.63); RevPAR -20.5 percent (US$24.95).
- Independent segment: occupancy -15.9 percent (53.6 percent); ADR -14.7 percent (US$94.02); RevPAR -28.2 percent (US$50.37).
Among the Top 25 Markets, Oahu Island, Hawaii, was the only market to report an increase in any of the three key measurements with occupancy increasing 0.3 percent to 74.5 percent. Houston, Texas, reported the smallest decrease in ADR, down 1.1 percent to US$100.66. The smallest decrease in RevPAR was reported by St.Louis, Missouri-Illinois, dropping 10.7 percent to US$42.42.
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