HENDERSONVILLE, Tennessee—Canada’s hotel industry reported positive results in the three key performance metrics for the week of 24-30 June 2012, according to data from STR.
In year-over-year measurements, the country’s hotel occupancy ended the week with a 1.9-percent increase to 70.5 percent, its average daily rate was up 1.3 percent to CAD$132.45 and its revenue per available room reported a 3.3-percent increase to CAD$93.41.
Among the provinces, Newfoundland reported an 11.9-percent increase in occupancy to 87.3 percent, while Alberta posted a 10.0-percent rise to 70.8 percent, representing the largest occupancy increases. Meanwhile, Prince Edward Island experienced an 11.7-percent drop in occupancy to 62.2 percent, representing the largest decrease in that metric.
Seven provinces experienced year-over-year growth in ADR for the week. Leading the way was Newfoundland (+8.4 percent to CAD$147.70) and Saskatchewan (+6.6 percent to CAD$126.92).
On the RevPAR front, Newfoundland’s 21.3-percent increase to CAD$128.97 paced all of the provinces. Alberta reported a 13.9-percent increase to CAD$102.80 and Saskatchewan came in with a 9.1-percent rise to $88.61.
Full-service hotels reported an occupancy increase of 1.7 percent to 71.1 percent, an ADR rise of 1.2 percent to CAD$141.30 and a RevPAR increase of 3.0 percent to CAD$100.53. Limited-service hotels reported an occupancy increase of 2.3 percent to 69.2 percent, an 1.4-percent rise in ADR to CAD$113.31 and a 3.7 percent growth in RevPAR to CAD$78.43.
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