The average December U.S. hotel daily rate increased by 4.3 percent year over year, - Business Travel News

Share this page

Business Travel Supplier Directory

Text size: A A A


January 24, 2013 - 09:35 AM ET

The average December U.S. hotel daily rate increased by 4.3 percent year over year, and occupancy increased by 3.2 percent to 49.1 percent, according to hospitality research firm STR. The largest ADR increases were found in Atlanta (13 percent), Oahu (12.6 percent) and Miami (12.5 percent). Among the 25 largest U.S. destinations, December ADR declined only in San Diego, where the average rate was down 7.5 percent.

This page is protected by Copyright laws. Do Not Copy. Purchase Reprint

Leave your comment:


blog comments powered by Disqus
Related NewsLog
Nearly half of U.S. business travelers use extended-stay accommodations when traveling abroad,... read more »
Wyndham Hotel Group has signed 10 hotel deals in India,... read more »
New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport is on track to get its first on-airport hotel.... read more »
Benchmark Hospitality International promoted Greg Champion to president and COO.... read more »
La Quinta Holdings president and CEO Wayne Goldberg resigned by mutual agreement with La Quinta’s board.... read more »
U.S. hotels will collect a record $2.47 billion in fees and surcharges during 2015,... read more »
Airbnb for Business signed 500 companies within 24 hours of launching its global travel management suite,... read more »
The average daily rate at U.S. hotels in July increased 5.9 percent year over year to $124.32,... read more »
Travel technology firm Lanyon this month added a new feature to its Rate Integrity Suite to combat rate squatting.... read more »
The Trump Hotel Collection appointed Eric Danziger its first CEO,... read more »
Wyndham Hotel Group signed seven Ramada properties in China and opened a 156-room Ramada in Nanjing,... read more »