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57. Hotels in U.S. Report Increase in ADR, OR, and RevPAR
In year-on-year results, the U.S. hotel industrys occupancy increased 3.3% to 67.9%; ADR was up 4.6% to US$122.02; and RevPAR increased 8.0% to US$82.82. Among the Top 25 Markets, Anaheim/Santa Ana, California, reported the only double-digit rise in occupancy (+10.3% to 78.1%) as well as the largest increase in RevPAR (+20.5% to US$110.38). ADR in the market was up 9.3% to US$141.
58. Positive RevPAR Growth by 2013 @ Hotels in Barcelona and Tokyo
Barcelona's outlook shows only slight changes in performance for this and next year. This follows stronger growth in 2011, when Barcelona saw RevPAR performance grow by 8.5% to 81.68. Growth was led by increased occupancy (+4.5%) and rate (+3.8%). Whilst the economic forecast in the Euro zone remains uncertain, STR's forecast predicts that RevPAR will decline (-0.7%) in 2012 befor
59. U.S. Hotel Industry Reports Highest RevPAR Since August 2008
According to data from STR, the U.S. hotel industry finished June 2011 with the highest revenue per available room since August 2008. In June, the industry reported a 7.8-percent increase in RevPAR to US$68.90. The RevPAR in August 2008 was US$72.14. Overall occupancy for the United States hotel industry increased 4.2% to 67.6% and ADR ended the month up 3.5% to US$101.95.
60. Hotels in Asia Pacific Report Decrease in OR and RevPAR; ADR Flat
Compared to November 2014, hotels in the Asia Pacific region reported a 1.8% decrease in occupancy to 70.4% while ADR remained nearly flat at US$110.91, +0.1%. RevPAR fell 1.8% to US$78.13. Jakarta, Indonesia, experienced decreases in occupancy (-6.6% to 66.9%) and RevPAR (-5.9% to IDR743,375.57). ADR increased 0.7% to IDR1,111,708.34. Supply growth (+6.8%) significantly outperform
61. U.S. Hotel Industry Reports April 2016 Increase in ADR, OR and RevPAR
Among the Top 25 Markets, Dallas, Texas, experienced the only double-digit increase in occupancy (+11.0% to 80.9%) as well as the largest lift in RevPAR (+18.1% to US$86.91). ADR in the market was up 6.4% to US$107.45. Of the eight additional markets to report double-digit growth in RevPAR, Los Angeles/Long Beach, California (+16.9% to US$144.39), was the only market other than Dal
62. Positive ADR, OR and RevPAR at Hotels in U.S. in June 2015
According to data compiled by STR, hotels in the U.S. reported positive results in the three key performance metrics during June 2015. In year-on-year results, occupancy rates at hotels in the U.S. was up 2.1% to 73.1%; ADR rose 5.0% to US$121.57; and RevPAR increased 7.2% to US$88.84. Of the Top 25 Markets, 12 reported double-digit RevPAR growth, led by Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-
63. Hotels in Asia Pacific Report January 2017 Increase in ADR and RevPAR
In U.S. dollar constant currency, year-on-year comparisons, the Asia Pacific region reported a decline of 0.8% to 64.8% in occupancy, an increase of 4.6% to US$108.10 in ADR while RevPAR grew 3.7% to US$70.07. Occupancy in Vietnam was up 1.3% to 68.4% in January 2017 while ADR increased 4.2% to VND2,882,582.04 and RevPAR was up 5.5% to VND1,971,396.72.
64. Hotels in Asia Pacific Report October 2017 Increase in ADR, OR and RevPAR
In U.S. dollar constant currency, October 2017 vs. October 2016, hotels in Asia Pacific reported a 0.7% increase in Occupancy to 71.7%, ADR was up 2.3% to US$104.15, while RevPAR increased 2.9% to US$74.68. In local currency, hotels in Hong Kong reported a rise in Occupancy Rates of 1.3% to 91.8%, ADR grew 2.6% to HKD1,395.12 and RevPAR jumped 3.9% to HKD1,281.33.

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