HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. — The Canadian hotel industry reported positive results in the three key performance metrics during the week of Dec. 4 to 10, according to data from STR.
During this period, the country’s occupancy increased 4.6 per cent, year-over-year, to 57.1 per cent. ADR and RevPAR were also up for the week, growing 3.7 per cent (to $135.33) and 8.5 per cent (to $52.46) respectively.
Among the provinces, Prince Edward Island posted the largest year-over-year increases across all three metrics. Occupancy in the province rose 41.6 per cent to 49.5 per cent, ADR increased to $105.99 (up 8.5 per cent) and RevPAR grew to $52.46 (up 53.6 per cent).
B.C. and Ontario also reported double-digit growth in both occupancy and RevPAR. B.C. saw an 11-per-cent rise in occupancy and a 19.7-per-cent lift in RevPAR to $80.29. Meanwhile, Ontario posted a 10.4-per-cent increase in occupancy to 62.5 per cent and an 18.3-per-cent rise in RevPAR to $86.36.
Saskatchewan reported the steepest declines in the country, with occupancy falling 9.3 per cent (to 51.5 per cent), a 4.6-per-cent drop in ADR (to $121.56) and RevPAR decline of 13.5 per cent to $62.56.