According to the most recent STR statistics through 14 January, hotel performance in the United States improved over the previous week but exhibited mixed results when compared to 2019.
8-14 January 2023 (change in % from the same week in 2019*):
Occupancy: 54.8% (-5.5%)
ADR (average daily rate): US$144.81 (+15.7%)
RevPAR (revenue per available room): US$79.38 (+9.3%).
While none of the Top 25 Markets had a gain in occupancy in 2019, Dallas came the closest (-2.1% to 69.0%).
The 41st Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference helped San Francisco achieve the greatest ADR (+141.1% to US$574.24) and RevPAR (+91.9% to US$373.97) increases in 2019.
Detroit (-32.6% to US$55.32) and Seattle (-21.8% to US$78.26) had the highest RevPAR drops from 2019.
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