Where the industry stands in terms of a downturn remains a question for many, and sales and marketing experts are no exception. During a recent think tank held in conjunction with the Hospitality Sales
Calendar shifts can have a significant impact on U.S. performance results. Since an average year has an odd number of days, the number of weekdays shifts when comparing the same month year over year: A
The hotel industry was in a bad place a decade ago, but since then hoteliers in the United States have enjoyed an unprecedented demand environment that continues to fuel performance today. Speaking during
July's occupancy decline was the sharpest of 2016 so far, but July was also the highest room demand month ever. Here are five things you need to know about how the U.S. hotel industry performed in July
As the weeks move on, occupancy continues to be negative as it has for most of the year. Recent numbers show a decline of 1.5%, and revenue per available room continues well below the levels projected
December saw no calendar shifts, and the amount of weekdays and weekends remained the same. The arg.
Just how big is the U.S. hotel industry? Steve Hennis of STR Analytics breaks it down.
Hoteliers report demand is heating up for summer as more travelers look to hit the road because of the improved economy. According to STR, occupancy is expected to increase 1.8% to 71.2%; average dai.
Except for the lack of dramatic growth in average daily rate, the performance of the U.S. hotel industry during the past 18 months has been, by most accounts, solid. That’s what makes Randy Smith, chairman and co-founder of STR, the parent of HotelNewsNow.com, nervous.