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STR: US hotels log positive results for week ended Oct. 1

U.S. hotels registered positive performance for the week ended Oct. 1, according to STR data.

Year over year, RevPAR rose 3.2% to $88.83 and ADR rose 1.3% to end the week at $126.95. Occupancy increased 1.8% to 70.0%.

Minneapolis/St.Paul, Minn.-Wis., logged the steepest RevPAR uptick among the top 25 U.S. markets of 61.3% to $155.34 and also saw the largest increase in ADR, rising 45.4% to $181.32.

Norfolk/Virginia Beach, Va., posted the largest increase in occupancy, with the metric rising 23.1% to 56.6%. New York saw RevPAR and ADR fall 20.3% to $278.58 and 18.9% to $308.89, respectively, indicating the largest drops in both metrics.

On the occupancy front, Anaheim/Santa Ana, Calif., reported the sharpest decline, falling 8.8% to 77.5%.