HENDERSONVILLE, Tennessee—Canada’s hotel industry reported generally flat results in the three key performance metrics for the week of 9-15 September 2012, according to data from STR.
In year-over-year measurements, the country’s hotel occupancy fell 1.5 percent to 75.5 percent; its average daily rate rose 0.9 percent to CAD$140.44; and its revenue per available room was down 0.6 percent to CAD$106.04.
Among the provinces, Alberta reported the largest occupancy increase, rising 3.8 percent to 74.9 percent, followed by New Brunswick with a 2.4-percent increase to 69.0 percent. Quebec (-4.2 percent to 74.4 percent) and Nova Scotia (-4.1 percent to 74.9 percent) posted the largest occupancy decreases.
Saskatchewan rose 9.7 percent in ADR to CAD$138.53, reporting the largest increase in that metric. Prince Edward Island experienced the largest decrease in ADR with a 4.5-percent drop to CAD$108.82.
Saskatchewan (+9.6 percent to CAD$110.02) also reported the largest increase in RevPAR, followed by Alberta (+8.7 percent to CAD$112.35). Nova Scotia recorded a 7.8-percent RevPAR decrease to CAD$95.01—the largest of the week.
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