Market Report Canada

Canadian Hotel Occupancy Increases 13.7% to 62.1% For Week Ending 18 April 2015

Revenue per available room increases 22.6% to CAD$83.12

STR The Canadian hotel industry reported positive results in the three key performance metrics during the week of 12-18 April 2015, according to data from STR, Inc.
In year-over-year comparisons, occupancy was up 13.7 percent to 62.1 percent; average daily rate rose 7.8 percent to CAD$133.80; and revenue per available room increased 22.6 percent to CAD$83.12.
Among the provinces, Prince Edward Island achieved the largest increases in each of the three key performance metrics. Occupancy for Prince Edward Island was up 37.6 percent to 42.4 percent; ADR increased 32.9 percent to CAD$123.96; and RevPAR rose 82.9 percent to CAD$52.59. 
Three other provinces experienced occupancy increases of more than 20.0 percent: Newfoundland and Labrador (+29.2 percent to 67.2 percent); Nova Scotia (+22.7 percent to 60.9 percent); and New Brunswick (+20.7 percent to 50.8 percent). 
Along with Prince Edward Island, two additional provinces experienced double-digit ADR increases: Quebec (+12.2 percent to CAD$140.67) and Ontario (+11.7 percent to CAD$129.75). 
Three other markets saw RevPAR increases of more than 30.0 percent: Newfoundland and Labrador (+32.5 percent to CAD$92.52); Ontario (+30.5 percent to CAD$81.69); and Nova Scotia (+30.2 percent to CAD$72.19). 
No province reported negative results for any of the three key performance metrics. 

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