Philadelphia reported the largest increase in each of the three key performance metrics.

OCCUPANCY FOR THE U.S. hotel industry fell 1.3 percent to 72 percent during the week of June 2 to 8, according to STR. The industry reported mixed year-over-year results in all three key performance metrics.

ADR increased 0.5 percent to $132.40 year-over-year and RevPAR decreased 0.8 percent to $95.36.

Among the top 25 markets, 14 posted a drop in RevPAR.

Orlando, Florida registered the only double-digit drop in occupancy, down 14.5 percent to 70.1 percent and the steepest decline in ADR, down 8.1 percent to $117.72. This resulted in the only double-digit decrease in RevPAR, down 21.5 percent to $82.51

Seattle and Dallas matched for the second-largest decrease in RevPAR, down 8 percent to $150.36 and $74 respectively.

Philadelphia reported the largest increase in each of the three metrics. Occupancy went up 6.4 percent to 81.8 percent, ADR increased 16.2 percent to $161.23 and RevPAR rose 23.7 percent to $131.87.

San Francisco/San Mateo, California, registered the only other double-digit increase in ADR, up 13.2 percent to $262.40 and the second largest jump in RevPAR, up 14.4 percent to $223.45.