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The Impact of COVID-19 on the European Hotel Sector

The last six months have seen unprecedented changes in the hotel sector with dramatic declines in RevPAR and the closure of many hotels

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Using Metrics – Other Than RevPAR – to Inform Better Business Decisions

In the hotel industry, it’s profit — not revenue — that pays the bills. Remember: RevPAR doesn’t cover debt service or payroll

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5 Key Points on Spain & Portugal Hotel Performance

Spain hotel occupancy levels are starting to show signs of slight recovery after lifting restrictions. The market saw it highest occupancy level on 11 July

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Hotel 101: What Is GOPPAR and Why Does It Matter?

For hotels, the GOPPAR benchmarking metric bridges the gap between what your hotel makes and how much you’re putting into operations. You can use it to build a detailed hotel operational strategy.

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Can GOPPAR be an Alternative to RevPAR for Hotel Performance?

GOPPAR gives greater insight into the actual performance of a hotel than the most commonly used RevPAR as it considers revenues generated but also operational costs related to such revenues

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What is the Best Revenue Metric? Is ADR and RevPar Enough?

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 […]

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The Definitive Guide to Calendar Shifts and US RevPAR

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

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3 Reasons You Can’t Trust RevPAR

RevPAR has been the most widely used metric for benchmarking performance in the hospitality industry. But its simplicity and straightforwardness conceal its faults and limitations.

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Tourism Up: So Why Is New York’s Hotel RevPAR Slumping?

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.

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Why There Is More Than Just Analyzing RevPAR Index

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.

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