U.S. hotels posted largely negative performance for the week ended Aug. 10, according to STR data.
Year over year, average daily rate increased 0.4% to end the week at $133.36, while revenue per available room declined 1.0% to $98.88. Occupancy fell 1.4%, to 74.1%.
Minneapolis/St. Paul, Mo.-Wis., recorded the biggest boost in occupancy of the top 25 U.S. markets, with the metric rising 6.8%, to 84.1%, and recorded the steepest RevPAR uptick at 10.3% to $109.00.
On the ADR front, Anaheim/Santa Ana, Calif., saw the largest increase at 6.9% to $195.54.
St. Louis, Mo.-Ill., reported the largest decline in occupancy, falling 11.8%, to 70.9%. The market also logged the biggest ADR and RevPAR declines, dropping 13.2% to $106.09, and 23.5% to $75.23, respectively.