HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. — According to data from STR, the Canadian hotel industry recorded mixed results during the week ending September 10.
In year-over-year comparisons, the country’s occupancy decreased 2.1 per cent to 68.7 per cent. However, Average Daily Rate (ADR) for the week was up 5.8 per cent to $157.90, and Revenue Per Available room increased 3.6 per cent to $108.49.
P.E.I. posted the largest year-over-year surge in occupancy, reporting a nine-per-cent increase to 84.1 per cent, as well as the only double-digit increases in ADR (up 10.1 per cent to $155.36) and RevPAR (up 19.9 per cent to $130.68).
RevPAR increases were also reported in Ontario (growing 9.6 per cent to $118.83) and B.C., which showed an 8.4 per cent jump to $134.29.
Saskatchewan reported the largest decreases across all three key performance metrics: occupancy fell 10 per cent to 51.6 per cent; ADR was down 7.1 per cent to $120.78; and RevPAR dropped 16.4 per cent to $62.26.