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US Hotel RevPar Still Strong But ADR and Demand Trending Down

Nominal RevPAR remained well ahead of 2019 in nearly all the 166 U.S. markets for the week and in the past 28 days

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U.S. Hotel Room Demand Continues Deceleration as Summer Ends

Nearly three quarters of all markets saw weekend demand fall. Among decliners, Orlando saw the largest drop in hotel room demand

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Hotel Companies Tout Strength of Recovery

Recent second-quarter earnings reports from the major hotel companies points to a sustained recovery within the global industry

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Hotels Weekly ADR 20% or More Above 2019 

Taking a deeper look at how industry ADR is being driven, we found 40% of hotels had a weekly ADR that was 20% or more above 2019 comparables

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Perceived Value and Cost of Living Impact: It’s a Game of Chicken with ADR

We explore the squeeze on incomes through increased cost of living and consider the impact this may have on leisure travel and overall consumer sentiment

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U.S. RevPAR Forecasted to Recover Fully in 2022

Occupancy for 2022 is projected to come in under the pre-pandemic comparable, while ADR and RevPAR forecasted at $14 and $6 higher than 2019, respectively

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Pricing Power No Longer Following Demand Post Pandemic

Luxury hotels may be leading rate recovery, but pricing has reached pre-pandemic levels extremely rapidly, with all six classes reporting ADR highs

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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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