CoStar: U.S. hotel performance declined in mid-June with mixed YOY results

Philadelphia's ADR rose by 6.5 percent to $170.10, marking the largest increase

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Occupancy declined to 69.5 percent for the week ending June 22, down from 70.3 percent the previous week, according to CoStar. ADR fell to $159.88 from $161.70, and RevPAR decreased to $111.17 from $113.62.

U.S. HOTEL PERFORMANCE declined in the third week of June compared to the previous week, with mixed year-over-year results, according to CoStar. Key metrics such as occupancy, RevPAR, and ADR all decreased from the prior week.

Occupancy declined to 69.5 percent for the week ending June 22, down from 70.3 percent the previous week, with a 2.5 percent year-over-year decrease. ADR fell to $159.88 from $161.70, despite a 0.1 percent rise compared to last year. RevPAR decreased to $111.17 from $113.62 the previous week, marking a 2.3 percent decrease compared to the same period in 2023.

Among the top 25 markets, Seattle recorded the highest year-over-year increases, with occupancy rising by 11.1 percent to 84.9 percent and RevPAR growing 16.8 percent to $179.47. Meanwhile, Philadelphia saw the largest increase in ADR, rising 6.5 percent to $170.10.

The steepest RevPAR declines were in San Francisco, down 24 percent to $111.18, and New Orleans, down 21.8 percent to $68.40.