C-Suite Wednesday – Hotels See 20% Increase from 2019 in Revenue Per Room

November 30, 2022

Delaney Sexton
Contributing Editor

C-Suite Wednesday – Hotels See 20% Increase from 2019 in Revenue Per Room

Based on an STR report from last week, hotel performance in the U.S. experienced improved occupancy and revenue per available room when compared to pre-pandemic rates.

Here is the data:

• From November 13 through 19, the hotel room occupancy rate was 63%. When compared to the comparable week in 2019, the occupancy rate increased by 3.4%.
• The average daily rate (ADR) was $144.50, up 15.9% from a comparable week in 2019.
• The revenue per available room (RevPAR) was $91.02, an increase of 19.8% compared to 2019.
• In the top 25 markets, Phoenix showed the largest increase from 2019 to 2022 in the three major metrics. Their occupancy rate increased by 13.7% to 81.9%, their ADR increased by 36.4% to $175.22, and their RevPAR increased by 55% to $143.48.
• The only cities that had RevPAR declines from 2019 are San Francisco with a 54.7% drop to $143.60 and Denver with an 8.2% drop to $85.81.

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