STR: Occupancy, ADR rise some in week of July 25

U.S. HOTELS CONTINUED their gradual, week-by-week climb out of the COVID-19 slump during the week ending July 25. Occupancy and ADR rose again for...

LE: U.S. pipeline slows 1 percent in pandemic

THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC is barely slowing the rate of hotel construction in the U.S., according to Lodging Econometrics. During the second quarter the number...

STR, HotStats: Profits down in June YOY, up some over May

PROFITS DROPPED FOR U.S. hotels in June as COVID-19 cases surged, according to reports from HotStats and STR. A rise in expenses also ate...

STR: U.S. hotel demand up despite COVID-19 surge

DESPITE THE CONTINUING rise in COVID-19 cases, demand for U.S. hotel rooms grew week over week during the week of July 18 after losing...

STR: Week-to-week increases return in July’s second week

THE WEEK ENDING July 18 saw the return of a week-to-week increases for U.S. hotel after setbacks following surges in COVID-19 cases. It makes...

STR: Week-to-week declines follow COVID-19 spikes

WEEKLY DEMAND GROWTH for U.S. hotels is slowing distinctly as cases of COVID-19 surge around the country, according to STR. What demand there is...

STR: Occupancy flat in week ending July 11

OCCUPANCY REMAINED FLAT one week after the July 4 holiday weekend while room rates went down, according to STR. As in previous weeks, a...

STR: Pandemic strikes hotels on July 4

STATES ARE ROLLING back their economic opening plans in the face of rising cases of COVID-19 and hotels are feeling the pinch, according to...

STR: Occupancy for week of July 4 down from previous week

OCCUPANCY FOR U.S. hotels dropped somewhat in the week ending with July 4, ending an 11-week streak of steady increases. A surge of COVID-19...

Short-term rentals outpacing hotels during pandemic

SHORT-TERM APARTMENT rentals are surviving the COVID-19 downturn better than hotels, according to a report from hotel investment advisors The Highland Group. A focus...

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