U.S. hotels recorded negative performance in two key metrics for the week ended Oct. 19, according to STR data.
Year over year, occupancy fell 0.9%, to 72.4%, and average daily rate rose 0.2% to finish the week at $135.99. Revenue per available room declined 0.7% to $98.51.
Denver recorded the largest increase in occupancy of the top 25 U.S. markets, with the metric rising 7.4%, to 83.7%.
Washington, D.C.-Md.-Va., saw the largest increase in ADR, increasing 16.6% to $206.45, and the steepest RevPAR rise at 18.5% to $168.38.
Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minn.-Wis., reported the largest decline in occupancy, falling 10.9%, to 69.9%, and saw RevPAR drop 15.4% to $87.63, the biggest decrease.
Boston posted the biggest ADR decrease, falling 7.3% to $232.72.