HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. — According to data from STR, the Canadian hotel industry reported mostly positive results in the three key performance metrics during the week of April 16 to 22, 2017.
In an overall year-over-year comparison, the industry reported:
• Occupancy: down 0.6 per cent to 61.2 per cent
• Average Daily Rate (ADR): up 1.3 per cent to $139.45
• Revenue per Available Room (RevPAR): 0.7-per-cent growth to $85.28
Newfoundland and Labrador recorded the only double-digit increase in occupancy, jumping 12.6 per cent to 71.8 per cent, and the largest lift in RevPAR (up 9.4 per cent to $95.69). ADR in the province was down 2.8 per cent to $133.29.
Ontario posted the week’s largest increase in ADR with a seven-per-cent jump to $143.33, while Prince Edward Island saw the steepest declines in occupancy (a 25.1-per-cent drop to 37.2 per cent) and RevPAR (down 27.1 per cent to $40.30). ADR in the province fell 2.7 per cent to $108.31.
Saskatchewan was the only other province to report double-digit decreases in occupancy (down 13.1 per cent to 50.4 per cent) or RevPAR (down 18.2 per cent to $59.84). British Columbia reported the largest drop in ADR, falling 7.7 per cent to $148.68.