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- 105. STR Reports Global Hotel Performance for September 2011
According to data compiled by STR Global, hotels in the Asia Pacific region experienced mostly positive results in the three key performance metrics during September 2011 when reported in U.S. dollars. In year-on-year measurements, the Asia Pacific region's occupancy ended the month virtually flat with a 0.4% increase to 68.1%, ADR increased 6.6% to US$140.06 while RevPAR jumped 7.
- 106. STR Reports US Hotel Performance in Q1 2011
According to data from STR, the U.S. hotel industry reported increases in all three key performance metrics for Q1 2011 in year-on-year measurements. The industry's occupancy increased 5.7% to 54.9%, ADR rose 3.1% to US$99.37, and RevPAR was up 9% to US$54.56.
- 107. Regional UK and London Record Positive RevPAR Growth for 2011
According to data from STR Global, London and Regional U.K. reported positive RevPAR growth in 2011. Despite challenges throughout the year, demand grew in the majority of U.K. destinations, and for 2012, STR Global forecasts a slight RevPAR increase for London and Regional U.K.
- 108. STR Reports Preliminary January 2015 Data from Hotels in Singapore
According to STR Globalís preliminary January 2015 data, hotels in Singapore experienced a relatively flat RevPAR performance during the month. Based on daily data from January, hotels in Singapore reported:
- 109. STR Reports Preliminary February 2015 Data for Hotels in Singapore
STR Globalís preliminary February 2015 data for hotels in Singapore indicates negative RevPAR performance. Based on daily data from February, hotels in Singapore reported: an increase in supply (+2.0 percent) and a decrease in demand (-3.2 percent);
- 110. STR Reports July 2014 Performance of Hotels in Singapore and Sydney
STR Globalís preliminary July 2014 data for hotels in Singapore indicates positive performance in the three key performance measures. Based on daily data from July, hotels in Singapore reported:
- 111. STR's View of How Hurricane Sandy Impacted New York City Hotels
According to data from STR, year-on-year occupancy for New York fell 7.3% as a result of Hurricane Sandy during the week of 28 October - 3 November 2012. The storm made landfall on Monday, 29 October. The market's occupancy fell to 80.5%compared with the same time period in 2011. Its ADR ended the week down 0.7% to US$290.78, and its RevPAR room fell 7.9% to US$233.94.
- 112. STRís Preliminary October 2013 Data for Singapore Hotels Shows Rise in RevPAR
STR Globalís preliminary October data for Singapore indicates flat to moderate hotel performance in the key metrics of occupancy, ADR and RevPAR. The preliminary daily data from hotels in Singapore for October 2013 includes:
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