U.S. hotels recorded mostly negative performance for the week ended Aug. 5, according to STR data.
Year over year, occupancy dropped 1.5% to 74.5%, and average daily rate rose 0.7% to $129.00. Revenue per available room lost 0.8% to $96.08.
St. Louis, Mo.-Ill., saw the sharpest decline in occupancy of the top 25 U.S. markets, dropping 14.7% to 69.3%. Philadelphia, Pa.-N.J., logged the biggest RevPAR decrease, declining 25.0% to $90.31, and saw ADR fall 16.0% to $123.35.
Detroit recorded the largest increase in occupancy, with the metric rising 8.3% to 80.4%, and logged the highest RevPAR increase at 17.1% to $83.80.
On the ADR front, Chicago and San Diego saw the largest rise at 8.4% each, to $154.91 and $201.47, respectively.