HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. — According to data from STR, the Canadian hotel industry reported mixed results in the three key performance metrics during the week of Aug. 7 to 13.
Occupancy decreased in year-over-year comparisons, falling 1.6 per cent to 79.8 per cent. However, average daily rate for the week was up four per cent to $163.49 and revenue per available room increased 2.3 per cent to $130.54.
Nova Scotia was the only province to report double-digit increases in all three key performance metrics. Occupancy grew 5.1 per cent to 88.5 per cent; ADR was up 9.5 per cent to $145.08; and RevPAR increased 15.1 per cent to $128.44.
RevPAR increases were also seen in Ontario (up 9.8 per cent to $132.68) and Quebec (up 9.1 per cent to $154.93).
Alberta reported the largest decreases in each of the three key performance metrics. Occupancy fell 9.8 per cent to 63.6 per cent; ADR was down 4.9 per cent to$.01; and RevPAR dropped 14.2 per cent to $96.69.