HENDERSONVILLE, Tennessee—Canada’s hotel industry reported mixed results in the three key performance metrics for the week of 29 July-4 August 2012, according to data from STR.
In year-over-year measurements, the country’s hotel occupancy increased 1.0 percent to 72.5 percent, its average daily rate ended the week virtually flat with a 0.9-percent decrease to CAD$132.75 and its revenue per available room was flat at CAD$96.30.
Among the provinces, Alberta rose 6.2 percent in occupancy to 68.6 percent, achieving the largest increase in that metric, followed by Saskatchewan with a 4.7-percent increase to 69.7 percent.
Newfoundland (+3.9 percent to CAD$149.36) and Saskatchewan (+3.9 percent to CAD$122.73) posted the largest ADR increases.
Saskatchewan rose 8.8 percent in RevPAR to CAD$85.49, achieving the largest increase in that metric, followed by Alberta with a 7.1-percent increase to CAD$96.45.
Prince Edward Island experienced the largest decreases in all three key performance metrics. Its occupancy fell 1.3 percent to 84.8 percent, its ADR was down 3.7 percent to CAD$123.05 and its RevPAR decreased 4.9 percent to CAD$104.33.
VP, Digital Media & Communications
+1 (615) 824-8664 ext. 3318
Rachael Spann Urie
Director, Public Relations
+1 (615) 824-8664 ext. 3305