Among the top 25 markets, Boston, Massachusetts, recorded the highest rise in RevPAR and the second highest increase in ADR.

U.S. HOTELS REPORTED positive performance results during the week of May 12 to 18, according to STR. Parts of California saw the highest occupancy growth, while parts of Florida saw a significant dip.

Compared with the same time last year, the industry’s occupancy recorded a slight increase of 0.8 percent to 70.8 percent. ADR rose 7.2 percent to $245.41 while RevPAR went up 2.2 percent to $95.13.

Among the top 25 markets, Boston, Massachusetts recorded the highest rise RevPar, up 11.5 percent to $212.97. The city also registered the second-highest increase in ADR, up 7.2 percent to $245.41.

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-New Jersey saw the highest jump in ADR, up 7.9 percent to $160.06.

Anaheim/Santa Ana, California posted the highest rise in occupancy, up 5.3 percent to 78.3 percent.

Seattle, Washington had the steepest decline in ADR, down 9.8 percent to $163.51, which resulted in a huge RevPAR drop of 14.8 percent to $130.65.

Miami/Hialeah, Florida reported the largest decrease in occupancy, down 6.1 percent to 76.4 percent and the only other double-digit decline in RevPAR, down 10.6 percent to $133.87.

U.S. hotels under performed in the first quarter of this year, with slower growth than expected.