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49. Occupancy Rates in Bangkok Hotels Up 26% year-to-May 2011
Occupancy Rates in Bangkok Hotels Up 26% year-to-May 2011. While ADR for the same period has shown weaker growth (0.5%) there has been a stronger recovery in ADR over the last three months. The percentage change in Bangkok's ADR was 4% in April, 15% for May and 11% for June. This has resulted in recent year-on-year RevPAR growth for Bangkok, exceeding that of the Thai market as a w
50. Olympics Gives Hotels in London ADR and RevPAR Increases
According to STR Global, hotels in London reported increases in ADR and RevPAR during the 2012 Olympic Games, which officially started on 27 July 2012 and ended 12 August 2012. Hoteliers across London reported average occupancy of 88.5% and ADR of 212.22. This represents an increase of 4.8% and 86.1%, respectively, compared to the same days the year prior.
51. ADR and RevPAR for Hotels in Asia Pacific Increase 0.7% in August
According to data compiled by STR Global, hotels in the Asia Pacific region experienced mixed results in the three key performance metrics for August 2012 when reported in U.S. dollars. In year-on-year measurements, the Asia Pacific region's occupancy ended the month virtually flat with a 0.1% decrease to 68.1%, ADR rose 0.7% to US$139.49 and RevPAR room was up 0.7% to US$95.01.
52. Hotels in MEA Report Increase in ADR, OR and RevPAR
According to July 2015 data compiled by STR Global, hotels in the Middle East/Africa region reported positive results in the three key performance metrics when reported in U.S. dollar constant currency. Compared to July 2014, the Middle East/Africa region reported a 12.1% increase in occupancy to 55.1%, a 5.3% rise in ADR to US$159.10 and an 18.1% increase in RevPAR to US$87.69.
53. Europe Reports Q3 2016 Increase in ADR and RevPAR
Ireland recorded its 10th consecutive quarter of double-digit RevPAR growth. Occupancy increased 0.6% to 89.6%, and ADR grew 13.9% to EUR133.04, resulting in a 14.5% lift in RevPAR to EUR119.22. September was a particularly strong month for the countrys hotels, as there were only two days without double-digit growth in RevPAR. Rate growth has been the driving factor for Irelands
54. Hotels in Europe Report October 2016 Drop in ADR, OR and RevPAR
The United Kingdom saw a 1.8% decline in occupancy to 80.9%. The decrease came in comparison with a record-high occupancy level for an October (2015), when the UK hosted major events like the Rugby World Cup. ADR dropped 2.9% in October 2016 to GBP91.84, and RevPAR dipped 4.7% to GBP74.29. Overall, the UKs supply continued to grow, up 1.9% in October, while demand was flat.
55. Hotels in Asia Pacific Report Q1 2016 Increase in OR and RevPAR
Compared with Q1 2015, hotels in the Asia Pacific region reported an 1.7% increase in occupancy to 66.6%, ADR remained nearly flat (-0.2% to US$105.04) while RevPAR rose 1.5% to US$69.93. Thailand posted positive results in each of the three key performance measurements: occupancy (+4.6% to 83.6%), ADR (+1.4% to THB4,139.08) and RevPAR (+6.0% to THB3,459.55). STR analysts note that
56. STR Reports Global Hotel Performance for March 2011
In year-on-year measurements, the Asia Pacific region's occupancy fell 3.5% to 66.5%, the ADR increased 13.8% to US$144.04, and RevPAR jumped 9.9% to US$95.77. In the first quarter of 2011, the Asia Pacific region was virtually flat in occupancy, reporting a 0.2% decrease to 64%. ADR was up 13.1% to US$143.81, and RevPAR increased 12.8% to US$92.03.

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