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The U.S. extended-stay lodging segment had a solid first-quarter
performance, though its growth is slowing, The Highland Group reported. Revenue
per available room rose just 0.7 percent year over year. While that's the 36th
consecutive quarter of year-over-year gains, it was the slowest increase since
before the last recession. Overall revenue for extended-stay hotels rose 6.8
percent, according to Highland, nearly twice the 3.5 percent revenue growth STR
reported for all U.S. hotels. The midprice extended-stay segment is faring the
best, as RevPAR rose 2.6 percent and revenue jumped 11.2 percent. Extended-stay
occupancy dipped 0.4 percent to 73 percent, but that is the third-highest since
2001 and is over 11 percentage points higher than for the overall hotel
industry. Supply increased 6.1 percent to just under 480,000 rooms. Demand rose
5.6 percent, including an 8.8 percent gain for the midprice segment. Average
daily rate grew 1.1 percent, which is slower than the 4.1 percent
year-over-year increase a year ago. The first quarter of 2019 was the fifth
consecutive quarter of decelerating ADR growth for extended-stay hotels, which is
now on par with the overall hotel industry ADR growth rate.
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