STR Global posts Americas performance results for March 2009
Among the key markets, three markets reported increases in occupancy: Mexico City, Mexico (+5.5 percent to 59.5 percent); Ottawa, Canada (+0.8 percent to 62.8 percent); and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (+0.3 percent to 70.4 percent). Nassau, Bahamas, reported the largest occupancy decrease (-23.0 percent to 63.2 percent).
Washington, D.C., United States, reported the smallest ADR decrease (-1.3 percent to US$157.03). Two markets reported ADR decreases of more than 20 percent: New York, New York, was down 24.4 percent to US$193.19, and Toronto, Canada, was down 21.9 percent to US$107.12.
Two markets reported single-digit RevPAR decreases: Washington, D.C. (-7.4 percent to US$105.66) and Mexico City, Mexico (-5.0 percent to US$68.13). Seven markets reported RevPAR decreases of more than 25 percent: New York (-35.5 percent to US$135.99); Miami, Florida (-28.5 percent to US$126.80); Alberta, Canada (-26.6 percent to US$64.32); Nassau (-25.9 percent to US$226.60); Toronto, Canada (-25.3 percent to US$62.80); Buenos Aires, Argentina (-25.2 percent to US$96.64); and Chicago, Illinois (-25.1 percent to US$55.24).
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