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Published on : Saturday, May 30, 2015
Compared to April 2014, the Americas region reported a 1.7-percent increase in occupancy to 66.5 percent, a 4.0-percent increase in average daily rate to US$120.98 and a 5.8-percent increase in revenue per available room to US$80.40.
Among the key markets in the region, Bogotá, Colombia, reported the largest occupancy increase, up 8.3 percent to 56.2 percent. Montréal, Québec, followed with a 6.5-percent occupancy increase to 66.7 percent.
São Paulo, Brazil, experienced the largest occupancy decrease, down 7.1 percent to 60.6 percent.
San Francisco/San Mateo, California, posted the largest ADR increase, rising 12.1 percent to US$213.30. Chicago, Illinois, followed with an 11.7-percent increase to US$138.76.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (-20.1 percent to US$169.16) and São Paulo (-19.2 percent to US$120.01) experienced the largest decreases in ADR.
Chicago reported the largest RevPAR growth, up 16.1 percent to US$99.81. Three other markets posted double-digit increases in RevPAR: Washington, D.C.-Maryland-Virginia (+13.9 percent to US$137.28); San Francisco/San Mateo (+11.8 percent to US$182.45); and Panama City, Panama (+10.4 percent to US$60.81).
São Paulo (-24.9 percent to US$72.78) and Rio de Janeiro (-24.7 percent to US$107.03) reported the largest decreases in RevPAR.
Source: STR & STR Global.