HENDERSONVILLE, Tennessee—The Canadian hotel industry reported decreases in all three key performance metrics for the week of 19-25 June 2011, according to data from STR.
In year-over-year measurements, the Canadian hotel industry ended the week with a 5.1-percent decrease in occupancy to 70.6 percent, a 9.9-percent decrease in average daily rate to CAD$132.19 and a 14.5-percent drop in revenue per available room to CAD$93.36.
Among the provinces, Alberta (+0.7 percent to 68.1 percent) and Newfoundland (0.1 percent to 88.8 percent) both ended the week virtually flat in occupancy. Prince Edward Island fell 12.1 percent to 61.2 percent, posting the largest decrease in that metric, followed by Ontario with an 8.5-percent drop to 71.8 percent.
Alberta rose 4.3 percent in ADR to CAD$145.17, reporting the largest increase in the metric. Saskatchewan followed with a 1.7-percent increase to CAD$124.07. Two provinces experienced double-digit ADR decreases: Ontario (-19.4 percent to CAD$125.14) and Prince Edward Island (-12.4 percent to CAD$106.42).
Two provinces achieved RevPAR increases for the week: Alberta (+5.1 percent to CAD$98.87) and Newfoundland (+1.1 percent to CAD$132.53). Ontario reported the largest RevPAR decrease, falling 26.3 percent to CAD$89.83, followed by Prince Edward Island (-22.9 percent to CAD$65.15) and Quebec (-12.4 percent to CAD$98.16).
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