U.S. hotels posted largely positive performance for the week ended Dec. 8, according to STR data.
Year over year, average daily rate ticked up 1.3% to end the week at $126.45, and revenue per available room rose 0.5% to $76.38. Occupancy fell 0.8%, to 60.4%.
San Diego saw the largest increase in ADR of the top 25 U.S. markets, with the metric rising 23.7% to $161.86. The market also logged the largest RevPAR increase at 33.6% to $122.71.
Boston posted the largest growth in occupancy, with the metric rising 8.6%, to 75.5%.
Atlanta logged the biggest ADR decrease, losing 15.2% to $107.42, and saw RevPAR drop 23.0% to $72.49, the largest decrease.
Houston reported the steepest decline in occupancy, falling 13.4%, to 63.6%.