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Hotel Occupancy Leaders Appeal to Both Business and Leisure Travel

Hotel RevPAR looks to be on steady footing; however, a look at RevPAR contribution shows a greater influence from ADR as opposed to occupancy in many areas

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U.S. Hotels Post Highest Weekly Occupancy Since Summer 2021

Boosted by Spring Break and NCAA March Madness, one-fifth of the 166 U.S. markets reported their highest occupancy of the past 32 weeks

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Occupancy Up and ADR Advances Leading to RevPAR Rises

Market occupancy climbed to levels not seen since Columbus Day weekend as 15 markets reported weekend occupancy above 90%

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Growth in US Hotel Occupancy and ADR Pushes up RevPAR by 3.6%

While U.S. hotel occupancy remains uncomfortably low, we are encouraged by the movement above 50% as well as the gains seen in urban locations

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A Year Full of Abnormality: 2021 Hotel Performance Ended More Settled

The global hotel industry’s climb back to profitability has not been easy, but it trudged back and ended 2021 almost back to 2019 levels

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Nearly One Quarter Of All U.S. Hotels Occupancy Under 30%

This week’s demand, which historically is among the lowest, was 88% of 2019. While slowing, hotels are in a far better position than they were a year ago

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Six Ways Benchmarking Can Support Post Pandemic Recovery

No matter what stage of the pandemic you are experiencing, these six benchmarking areas will support your distribution strategy and revenue recovery

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Why Hotels Need To Stop Obsessing About 2019

Hotels must remain forward focused, 2019 is in the past and 2020 will soon be a more distant memory. We must build our strategies for 2022 and beyond

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Omicron Threatens Hotel Performance Recovery

Indications are future hotel bookings, meetings and other hotel related activity will be impacted by the presumed expectation of future travel impediments

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Market Forecast Assumptions Needed To Anticipate Future Demand

Long term forecast remains largely unchanged, with US demand to bounce back in 2022, 2023 for the Middle East, 2024 in Europe, and 2025 in Asia Pacific

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