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STR: US hotel occupancy, RevPAR decline in week ended March 9

U.S. hotels logged mostly negative performance for the week ended March 9, according to STR data.

Year over year, occupancy dropped 2.4%, to 66.8%, and average daily rate, or ADR, ticked up 0.8% to $132.01. Revenue per available room, or RevPAR, fell 1.7% to $88.15.

Philadelphia, Pa.-N.J., reported the steepest decline in occupancy of the top 25 U.S. markets, dropping 15.2%, to 67.4%, and saw RevPAR fall 20.1% to $85.19, the largest decrease.

New Orleans recorded the biggest ADR decrease, losing 9.5% to $187.15.

San Francisco/San Mateo, Calif., logged the largest uptick in occupancy, with the metric rising 3.3%, to 80.7%. The market also posted the largest RevPAR uptick at 50.1% to $246.80 and saw the largest rise in ADR, increasing 45.3% to $305.91.