HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. — Canadian hotel occupancy decreased 2.2 per cent to 72.9 per cent for the week ending June 25, according to STR. Average daily rate for the week was up 0.6 per cent to $153.02, while revenue per available room (RevPAR) fell 1.7 per cent to $111.60.
P.E.I. experienced the only double-digit increase in occupancy, up 14.3 per cent to 82.4 per cent, as well as the largest jump in RevPAR (up 23.8 per cent to $137.16). Two additional provinces saw double-digit growth in RevPAR — Nova Scotia, with an increase of 21.2 per cent to $103.87, and Manitoba, up 10.1 per cent to $87.89.
Nova Scotia was the only province to post a double-digit rise in ADR, increasing 10.7 per cent to $138.73, while Saskatchewan reported the largest decreases across all three performance metrics. Occupancy in that province fell 12.2 per cent to 56.8 per cent; ADR was down 4.1 per cent to $125.99; and RevPAR dropped 15.8 per cent to $71.59.
Alberta was the only other province to report a double-digit decrease in occupancy (down 11.0 per cent to 60.8 per cent) and RevPAR, which decreased 13.1 per cent to $94.66.