U.S. hotels recorded negative performance for the week ended July 27, according to STR data.
Year over year, average daily rate fell 0.5% to finish the week at $136.00, and revenue per available room declined 1.6% to $105.43. Occupancy fell 1.0%, to 77.5%.
Norfolk/Virginia Beach, Va., saw the largest uptick in occupancy of the top 25 markets, rising 5.2%, to 82.7%, and the market recorded the highest RevPAR increase at 5.9% to $112.44.
New Orleans logged the largest rise in ADR, climbing 4.9% to $121.94.
San Francisco/San Mateo, Calif., posted the steepest declines in each of the three performance metrics, with ADR falling 17.8% to $240.40, and occupancy and RevPAR dropping 6.2% and 22.9% to 90.0% and $216.33, respectively.