STR posts Canada results for week ending 6 June 2009
Prince Edward Island led the provinces with the highest increases in occupancy, ADR and RevPAR for the week. It increased 20.6 percent in occupancy to 63.3 percent, 13.4 percent in ADR to CAD$114.79 and 36.8 percent in RevPAR to CAD$72.72.
British Columbia reported the largest decrease in occupancy, which was down 20.9 percent to 63.1 percent. Quebec (-15.5 percent to 65.5 percent) and Alberta (-15.2 percent to 60.4 percent) also reported occupancy decreases of more than 15 percent.
Other than Prince Edward Island, two other markets reported ADR increases: Saskatchewan (+7.0 percent to CAD$121.51) and Manitoba (+2.8 percent to CAD$110.72). Quebec reported the largest ADR decrease, falling 30.6 percent to CAD$143.12.
Saskatchewan was the only other province, besides Prince Edward Island, to report a RevPAR increase, rising 2.2 percent to CAD$95.56. Four provinces reported RevPAR decreases of more than 20 percent: Quebec (-41.4 percent to CAD$93.72); British Columbia (-30.8 percent to CAD$88.04); Alberta (-26.8 percent to CAD$82.73); and Ontario (-20.5 percent to CAD$80.04).
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