HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn. — For the week ending April 3, 2021, U.S. hotel occupancy remained flat from the previous week, while the country’s ADR and RevPAR levels were its highest since the beginning of March 2020, according to STR‘s latest weekly data.
From March 28 through April 3, 2021, occupancy was at 57.9 per cent, Average Daily Rate (ADR) was US$112.76 and Revenue Per Available Room (RevPAR) was US$65.33. The occupancy level was one point below the pandemic peak reached two weeks prior. The RevPAR value represented 73.1 per cent of the comparable 2019 level, which is the closest the U.S. has come to RevPAR recovery territory in STR’s Market Recovery Monitor.
Among the top-25 markets, Tampa (84 per cent) and Miami (75.9 per cent) experienced the highest occupancy levels. The lowest top-25 occupancy levels came in Minneapolis (39.2 per cent) and Boston (42 per cent). Aggregate data for the top-25 markets showed slightly lower occupancy (57.3 per cent) but higher ADR (US$121.03) than all other markets. Top-25 markets showed the largest week-over-week increase in ADR and reached their highest level in the metric since the middle of March 2020.