STR: Preliminary July data for Hong Kong hotels
STR: Preliminary July data for Hong Kong hotels
10 AUGUST 2017 7:16 AM

Preliminary July 2017 performance data for Hong Kong shows the market's hotels reported a 3.1% occupancy increase to 89.1%, a 6.1% ADR increase to 1,213.87 Hong Kong dollars ($155.34), and a 9.4% RevPAR increase to HK$1,081.14 ($138.35).

LONDON—STR’s preliminary July 2017 data for hotels in Hong Kong indicates strong performance growth.

Based on daily data from July, Hong Kong reported the following in year-over-year comparisons:

  • Supply: +3.4%
  • Demand: +6.6%
  • Occupancy: +3.1% to 89.1%
  • Average Daily Rate (ADR): +6.1% to HKD1,213.87
  • RevPAR (RevPAR): +9.4% to HKD1,081.14

Following a weak 2016, Hong Kong hotels are benefitting from a recovery in overnight arrivals from Mainland China, according to STR analysts. Statistics from the Hong Kong Tourism Board showed that visitor arrivals from Mainland China increased 2.3% for June year-to-date time period.

STR will release actual July 2017 results later this month.

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