HENDERSONVILLE, Tennessee—Canada’s hotel industry reported decreases in the three key performance metrics for the week of 27 May-2 June 2012, according to data from STR.
In year-over-year measurements, the country’s occupancy fell 0.8 percent to 68.8 percent, its average daily rate was down 0.9 percent to CAD$132.40 and its revenue per available room reported a 1.7-percent decrease to CAD$91.11.
Among the provinces, Newfoundland reported the only double-digit occupancy increase, rising 11.4 percent to 89.8 percent. British Columbia fell 13.0 percent in occupancy to 67.0 percent, posting the largest decrease in that metric.
Saskatchewan (+7.5 percent to CAD$136.16) and Newfoundland (+7.0 percent to CAD$152.60) experienced the largest ADR increases for the week. British Columbia reported the only double-digit ADR decrease, down 10.3 percent to CAD$138.47.
Three provinces achieved RevPAR increases of more than 10 percent: Newfoundland (+19.2 percent to CAD$137.04); Alberta (+10.5 percent to CAD$96.55); and Saskatchewan (+10.5 percent to CAD$103.76). British Columbia dropped 22.0 percent in RevPAR to CAD$92.76, reporting the largest decrease in that metric, followed by New Brunswick with a 13.5-percent decrease to CAD$64.37.
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