HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. — Occupancy rates in Canada were down 0.8 per cent year over year to 64.3 per cent. However, ADR grew by 4.5 per cent to $143.52, while RevPAR jumped 3.6 per cent to $92.29.
B.C. posted the largest increase in ADR (up 9.5 per cent to $158.37) as well as the only double-digit increase in RevPAR (up 13.9 per cent to $105.99). Occupancy in the province rose four per cent to 66.9 per cent. Yukon posted the largest increase in occupancy, up 5.3 per cent to 67.6 per cent, while RevPAR rose 8.3 per cent to $82.20.
Alberta had the only double-digit decline in occupancy, down 11.2 per cent to 59.5 per cent, as well as the largest drop in RevPAR (a drop of 10.3 per cent to $89.91). Meanwhile, Saskatchewan recorded a double-digit decrease in RevPAR, down 10 per cent to $76.63, as well as the largest drop in ADR (down 1.5 per cent to $131.21.
In year-over-year measurements, occupancy fell 2.7 per cent to 57.6 per cent; ADR was up 3.3 per cent to $137.89; and RevPAR increased 0.5 per cent to $79.44 during the fourth quarter of 2015.