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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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Hotel Performance Ends on High Note for Q1 2022

Hotel performance ended strong with March profit surging across most global regions, a sign of stronger revenues and better conversion rates

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For Hotels, Revenue is the Sprint, Profit is the Marathon

RevPAR doesn’t pay the rent. Revenue is part of it; profit is the whole of it. For hotel owners, the whole is where the rubber hits the road.

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How Hoteliers Made the Right Rate Decisions This Time Around

Protecting rate is the goal of any hotel operator. It’s easier said than done in the face of the countless intermediaries looking to take a piece of the pie

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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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The 6 Quadrants of GOPPAR

GOPPAR is the new measurement everyone is talking about but it is a bit more complicated than REVPAR. You have six pieces to deal with not two

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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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U.S. Hotel Performance: Largest Increase In Occupancy This Year

We are encouraged by the gains seen in weekday hotel occupancy and believe that it is the beginning of increased business and group travel

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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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