STR: U.S. hotels see mixed performance for week ending June 10

Oahu Island recorded the only double-digit occupancy lift over 2022

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In the week ending June 10, U.S. hotel occupancy improved to 69.4 percent from 61.6 percent the previous week, but declined by 1.6 percent compared to 2022. The ADR for the week rose to $157.69 from $150.28 the previous week, and increased by 0.5 percent from the previous year. RevPAR reached $109.38, surpassing the previous week's $92.55 figure, but experienced a 1.2 percent decrease compared to 2022, according to STR.

U.S. HOTEL PERFORMANCE experienced a significant increase compared to the previous week, according to STR‘s latest data.  However, year-over-year comparisons yielded mixed results.

For the week ending June 10, occupancy in U.S. hotels stood at 69.4 percent, showing an improvement from 61.6 percent the previous week, but experiencing a 1.6 percent decline compared to 2022. The ADR for the week was recorded at $157.69, indicating an increase from $150.28 the previous week and a 0.5 percent rise from the previous year. RevPAR reached $109.38 during the week, surpassing the $92.55 figure from the week prior but displaying a 1.2 percent decrease compared to 2022.

Among the top 25 markets, Oahu Island, Hawaii, recorded the only double-digit occupancy lift over 2022, up 13.0 percent to 84.8 percent.

Washington, D.C., posted the only double-digit gain in ADR, increased 12.0 percent to $201.34 and the largest RevPAR increase, up 18.7 percent to $160.05.

The steepest declines in RevPAR were reported in San Francisco, experiencing a decrease of 37.2 percent to $161.99, and in Las Vegas, which declined by 24.8 percent to $120.23.