Market Report Canada

Canadian Hotel Occupancy Up 2.6% to 76.0% For Week Ending 13 June 2015

Revenue per available room increases 9.7% to CAD$120.12

STR The Canadian hotel industry reported positive results in the three key performance metrics during the week of 7-13 June 2015, according to data from STR, Inc.

In year-over-year comparisons, occupancy increased 2.6 percent to 76.0 percent. Average daily rate for the week was up 6.9 percent to CAD$158.06. Revenue per available room increased 9.7 percent to CAD$120.12.

Among the provinces, Manitoba reported the largest increases in occupancy (+20.1 percent to 88.7 percent) and RevPAR (+47.2 percent to CAD$131.85). ADR in the province was up 22.5 percent to CAD$148.60.

British Columbia posted the largest increase in ADR, up 25.6 percent to CAD$190.03. Occupancy in the province rose 11.8 percent to 81.0 percent, and RevPAR was up 40.5 percent to CAD$153.99.

Quebec (+16.3 percent to CAD$140.62) and New Brunswick (+14.5 percent to CAD$85.37) also reported double-digit increases in RevPAR.

Newfoundland and Labrador (-8.0 percent to 81.0 percent) and Saskatchewan (-8.0 percent to 62.0 percent) saw the largest decreases in occupancy.

Alberta reported the largest drop in ADR, down 1.9 percent to CAD$171.53.

Newfoundland and Labrador reported the largest decrease in RevPAR, down 9.7 percent to CAD$132.19.

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