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Thu, 24 March 2016

Hotels in Asia Pacific Report February 2016 Increase in ADR, OR and RevPAR

According to February 2016 data compiled by STR, hotels in the Asia Pacific region recorded positive results in the three key performance metrics when reported in U.S. dollar constant currency.

Compared with February 2015, hotels in the Asia Pacific region reported a 0.3% increase in OR to 64.2%, a 0.6% rise in ADR to US$109.42 and an 1.0% increase in RevPAR to US$70.28.

Performance of featured countries for February 2016 (local currency, year-on-year comparisons):

Australia reported positive results in each of the three key performance metrics. Occupancy in the country increased 0.7% to 78.7%; ADR was up 2.9% to A$197.61; and RevPAR grew 3.6% to A$155.44. The absolute occupancy level was the highest for a February in the country since 2007. Absolute ADR and RevPAR were the highest values STR has ever benchmarked for a February in Australia.

Indonesia experienced a 2.5% increase in occupancy to 56.3% but decreases in ADR (-4.7% to IDR 1,045,671.00) and RevPAR (-2.3% to IDR 588,469.78). The rise in occupancy came as a result of demand growth (+8.2%) outpacing supply (+5.6%) for the second consecutive month. In addition, the comparable occupancy level (54.9%) from 2015 was low, as the effects of the austerity measures had just started to show.

New Zealand saw a 1.1% lift in occupancy to 90.4% as well as double-digit increases in ADR (+13.7% to NZ$199.07) and RevPAR (+14.9% to NZ$179.92). The absolute occupancy and RevPAR levels were the highest STR has ever benchmarked for any month in New Zealand. ADR was the second highest value on record behind the Rugby World Cup months of 2011. According to STR analysts, the significant results in New Zealand were due to a combination of peak season, a large number of Chinese tourists during the Lunar New Year and limited supply growth (+0.4%).

Taiwan reported decreases in occupancy (-9.4% to 61.5%) and RevPAR (-8.9% to TW$3,648.76) with ADR remaining nearly flat (+0.6% to TW$5,928.38). Demand performance has fluctuated in the country while supply has grown at more than 1.0% for six straight months.

Performance of featured markets for February 2016 (local currency, year-on-year comparisons):

Delhi-National Capital Region, India, posted increases in occupancy (+1.3% to 76.9%) and RevPAR (+0.9% to INR 5,379.70). ADR in the market remained steady (-0.4% to INR 6,998.51). The absolute occupancy level was the highest in Delhi since February 2011. Growth in what is traditionally the markets strongest occupancy month was somewhat limited with supply (+4.1%) remaining close to demand (+5.5%).

Hong Kong reported decreases across the three key performance metrics: occupancy (-10.0% to 75.5%), ADR (-8.1% to HK$1,453.47) and RevPAR (-17.3% to HK$1,098.08). Each absolute level was the lowest for a February in Hong Kong since 2010. STR analysts attribute the negative results in the market to new visa limitations and a less favourable exchange rate for Chinese tourists.

Osaka, Japan, reported a 1.3% decrease in occupancy to 89.4%. However, a double-digit rise in ADR (+19.6% to JPY16,194.97) drove a double-digit lift in RevPAR (+18.1% to JPY14,483.67). Both the ADR and RevPAR levels were February records in the market.

Shanghai, China, recorded increases across the three key performance metrics: occupancy (+0.6% to 53.7%), ADR (+3.8% to CNY581.15) and RevPAR (+4.5% to CNY312.08). ADR was the main driver of performance for the month and has now grown in year-on-year comparisons for 22 consecutive months.

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