HENDERSONVILLE, Tennessee—Canada’s hotel industry reported decreases in the three key performance metrics for the week of 3-9 June 2012, according to data from STR.
In year-over-year measurements, the country’s occupancy fell 2.9 percent to 70.3 percent, its average daily rate was down 2.3 percent to CAD$139.70 and its revenue per available room reported a 5.1-percent decrease to CAD$98.20.
Among the provinces, Saskatchewan experienced the largest increases in all three key performance metrics. Its occupancy rose 10.2 percent to 77.5 percent, its ADR was up 6.5 percent to CAD$132.90 and its RevPAR increased 17.4 percent to CAD$102.95.
Prince Edward Island dropped 28.8 percent in occupancy to 38.5 percent, reporting the largest decrease in that metric.
British Columbia ended the week with the largest ADR decrease, falling 7.1 percent to CAD$140.06, followed by Prince Edward Island with a 5.6-percent decrease to CAD$100.30.
Prince Edward Island (-32.8 percent to CAD$38.59) and British Columbia (-17.9 percent to CAD$91.80) posted the largest RevPAR decreases for the week.
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