HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. — The Canadian hotel industry reported a 2.6-per-cent drop in occupancy to 64.4 per cent for the week ending April 30, according to data from STR.
Average daily rate for the week was nearly flat (up 0.2 per cent to $136.02), while RevPAR dipped 2.4 per cent to $87.59.
Prince Edward Island reported the only double-digit increases across the three key performance metrics with a 15.3 per cent rise in occupancy to 44.7 per cent; an 10.8 per cent increase in ADR to $113.36; and RevPAR growth of 27.8 per cent to $50.63.
Newfoundland and Labrador experienced the steepest declines in occupancy (down 16.7 per cent to 56.2 per cent) and RevPAR (down 22.2 per cent to $73.28), while ADR in the province dropped 6.6 per cent to $130.36. Saskatchewan reported the largest drop in ADR, down 7.2 per cent to $126.56, as well as double-digit decreases in occupancy (down 12.8 per cent to 55.9 per cent). RevPAR also fell 19.1 per cent to $70.75.