As Revenue Professionals, we all understand the power of numbers. We love data, we live for data and often we can drown in data… NB: This is an article from […]
Looking back at the last 19 years of data, we feel that we can estimate the calendar-shift impact with some precision and estimate the demand and RevPAR impact on monthly performance results
Cloudy RevPAR forecasts, in the face of what promises to be an economic recession in the U.S., have hotel operators and developers wary of when the city’s hospitality market will rebound.
If the RevPAR index and the ARI are below 100 with a high MPI, it means that the property is forfeiting revenue by missing the opportunity to fill rooms at a higher rate.
RevPAR and RevPAR index are different and I’m going to explain them both in this article. NB: This is an article by David Lund, founder of The Hotel Financial Coach […]
RevPAR (Revenue Per Available Room) is one of your hotel’s most important performance metrics. Yet while commonly used and heavily relied upon, it’s a metric that isn’t without its faults. […]
To project changes in profits we obviously need to look at the expected relative changes in revenues and expenses. Profit growth can only be realized when the dollar value of […]