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41. Hotels in Europe Report February 2017 Increase in ADR, OR and RevPAR
In Euro constant currency and year-on-year comparison, Europe experienced an increase in occupancy of 2.9% to 64.5%, ADR grew 1.8% to EUR100.08 while RevPAR jumped 4.7% to EUR64.59. In local currency, year-on-year comparison, Hungary experienced an increase in occupancy of 12.0% to 58.1%, ADR rose 4.8% to HUF19,919.04, and RevPAR was up by 17.3% to HUF11,566.69.
42. Hotels in APAC Report July 2019 Drop in ADR; Hong Kong RevPAR Down -12.9%
In U.S. dollar constant currency, hotels in Asia Pacific reported a July 2019 occupancy increase of +0.2% to 73.2%, ADR dropped -1.5% to US$95.48 and RevPAR fell -1.3% to US$69.91 when compared to July 2018. In Hong Kong, occupancy decreased -4.1% to 83.4%, while ADR fell -9.1% to HKD1,163.21 and RevPAR plummeted -12.9% to HKD970.42.
43. China Hotel Industry Expected to Ride on Continued Bullish Economic Growth
ADR levels in the country are recovering, and the national aggregate is now at approximately RMB 478. In 2010, key markets such as Shanghai, Hong Kong and Beijing witnessed ADR growth of 47%, 32% and 28% respectively; with the significant ADR growth in Shanghai largely credited to the Shanghai World Expo held from May to October 2010.. China Hotel Industry Expected to Ride on Conti
44. Canadian Hotel Industry Reports Q1 2016 Increase in ADR and RevPAR
Compared with Q1 2015, the Canadian hotel industrys OR dipped 1.4% to 54.7%; ADR was up 3.4% to CAD136.68; and RevPAR increased 2.0% to CAD74.79. Among the provinces, Prince Edward Island recorded the largest year-over-year increases in occupancy (+18.1% to 36.8%) and RevPAR (+22.0% to CAD36.57). British Columbia posted the only double-digit rise in ADR (+10.1% to CAD151.53) and w
45. Hotels in Mexico Report Q3 2016 Increase in ADR, OR and RevPAR
Compared with Q3 2015, the Mexican hotel industrys occupancy increased 2.1% to 63.5%, ADR was up 14.0% to MXN2,067.44, while RevPAR grew 16.3% to MXN1,312.17. With double-digit increases in ADR, all five key markets in the country posted double-digit growth in RevPAR, led by Central Mexico (+16.5% to MXN785.20) and Northwest Mexico (+16.0% to MXN1,141.79).
46. Business Travel Recovery Indicated by Hotel Booking Volumes, Net Revenue and ADR
Business Travel Recovery Indicated by Hotel Booking Volumes, Net Revenue and ADR. Globally, the GDS channel, which consists predominantly of business travel bookings, realized February 2010 bookings increases of +3.59%, a jump in net revenue of +2.96% and a rise in ADR of +0.95% over February 2009. North America returned strong performance on the booking front, surpassing February
47. Hotels in London Report July 2018 Increase in ADR and RevPAR
According to STRs preliminary data for July 2018, hotels in London, England enjoyed record-breaking year-on-year ADR and RevPAR during the month. Based on daily data from July, supply was up 2.0% with demand growing by 6.1%. July 2018 occupancy rates at hotels in London rose 4.0% to 91.2%, while ADR was up 4.7% to GBP171.25 and RevPAR jumped 9.0% to GBP156.15.
48. January 2009 a Tough Month for Hotels in Europe
January 2009 a Tough Month for Hotels in Europe. Three key markets reported increases in two out of the three key performance measurements: Geneva, Switzerland (ADR +26.8% to EUR232.22 and RevPAR +8.5% to EUR114.51); Munich, Germany (ADR +4.5% to EUR102.16 and RevPAR +0.6% to EUR58.20); and Salzburg, Austria (ADR +6.7% to EUR107.08 and RevPAR +2.9% to EUR53.15).

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