HENDERSONVILLE, Tennessee—The Canadian hotel industry reported positive results in the three key performance metrics for the week of 3-9 April 2011, according to data from STR.
In year-over-year measurements, the Canadian hotel industry ended the week with a 10.3-percent increase in occupancy to 58.0 percent, a 3.3-percent increase in average daily rate to CAD$122.18, and a 13.9-percent rise in revenue per available room to CAD$70.83.
Among the provinces, Prince Edward Island experienced the largest occupancy increase, rising 60.4 percent to 46.2 percent, followed by British Columbia (+16.5 percent to 57.9 percent) and Nova Scotia (+14.7 percent to 56.1 percent). Newfoundland fell 7.2 percent in occupancy to 61.0 percent, reporting the only decrease in that metric.
British Columbia posted the only ADR increase of more than 5 percent, rising 9.8 percent to CAD$130.24. Prince Edward Island reported the largest ADR decrease, falling 2.7 percent to CAD$77.50.
Three provinces achieved RevPAR increases of more than 15 percent: Prince Edward Island (+56.4 percent to CAD$35.82); British Columbia (+27.8 percent to CAD$75.38); and Nova Scotia (+19.7 percent to CAD$63.94). Newfoundland fell 5.2 percent to CAD$73.47, reporting the only RevPAR decrease.
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