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STR: US hotels see mixed results for week ended June 3

U.S. hotels recorded largely positive performance for the week ended June 3, according to STR data.

Year over year, average daily rate ticked up 1.4% to end the week at $120.34, while revenue per available room increased 0.4% to $76.89. Occupancy declined 1.0% to 63.9%.

New Orleans saw the largest uptick in ADR of the top 25 U.S. markets, rising 10.1% to $142.57, and the market posted the steepest RevPAR increase at 16.2%, to $96.02.

Norfolk/Virginia Beach, Va., posted the largest uptick in occupancy, with the metric rising 6.8% to 64.7%.

Houston posted the biggest ADR decrease, dropping 8.5% to $90.37, and saw RevPAR drop 16.3% to $48.98, the largest decrease.

Dallas reported the largest decline in occupancy, falling 8.6% to 61.6%.