STR: Labor Day pulls U.S. hotel performance down in week of Sept. 10

Orlando reported the only occupancy increase

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Labor Day U.S. hotel performance
Occupancy was 61.7 percent for the week ending Sept. 10, down from 62.8 percent the week before and decreased 11.2 percent from 2019, according to STR. ADR was $146.80 for the week, down from $147.14 the week before, and RevPAR reached $90.50 during the week, down from $92.45 the week before.

USA Labor Day : THE LABOR DAY calendar shift pulled U.S. hotel performance down in the second week of September, compared to the week before, as expected, according to STR. The weekly performance was also down when compared to 2019.

Occupancy was 61.7 percent for the week ending Sept. 10, down from 62.8 percent the week before and decreased 11.2 percent from 2019. ADR was $146.80 for the week, down from $147.14 the week before and increased 10.6 percent from three years ago. RevPAR reached $90.50 during the week, dipped from $92.45 the week before and decreased 1.8 percent from 2019.

Orlando reported the only occupancy increase, up 1.5 percent to 59.3 percent, among STR’s top 25 markets, when compared to 2019.

Miami reported the largest ADR gain, increased 34.1 percent to$175.85, over 2019.

The steepest RevPAR decline was reported in San Francisco, down 39.6 percent to $137.61, and Washington, D.C, down 39.6 percent to $84.92, over 2019.