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PwC Releases Updated U.S. Lodging Outlook - Hospitality Directions US May 2020

Prior to the outbreak of COVID-19 hitting the US, RevPAR growth had been decelerating, increasing just 0.7 percent in Q4 2019 and 0.9 percent for the year overall. Slightly stronger growth occurred in

How To Restore Confidence In Travel During An Uncertain Time

Safety is top of mind for consumers as they look beyond the current shelter-in-place mandates toward a recovery period when they can resume traveling. What else are they looking for beyond safety? What

PwC: Below inflationary growth in RevPAR plagues US lodging industry

While RevPAR increased during the quarter, it was the lowest year- over-year growth since the beginning of the US lodging industry's recovery from the Great Recession, and the only quarter in the current

PwC Hospitality Directions US - Updated Lodging Outlook August 2019

Mitigating a steep decline in group occupancy levels was mild growth in transient demand, as well as strong growth in the contract segment. Between flattening occupancy and an overall lack of pricing power

PwC 2019 Q1 Manhattan Lodging Index

Revenue per available room (“RevPAR”) fell to the lowest first quarter average since 2011, as average daily room rate (“ADR”) declined across all Manhattan submarkets. During the quarter, increases in

PwC 2019 Q1 Manhattan Lodging Index

Revenue per available room (“RevPAR”) fell to the lowest first quarter average since 2011, as average daily room rate (“ADR”) declined across all Manhattan submarkets. During the quarter, increases in

PwC Manhattan Lodging Index – Q4 2018

Revenue per available room (“RevPAR”) reached the highest fourth quarter average since 2006, as growth in average daily room rate (“ADR”) rebounded at Manhattan hotels. During the quarter, lodging supply

PwC Hospitality Directions US - Updated Lodging Outlook

Fourth quarter lodging fundamentals came in just below expectations, with year-over-year RevPAR growth of 2.4 percent, driven by an average daily rate increase of 2.0 percent. Despite concerns over the

PwC Manhattan Lodging Index – Q3 2018

Growth in average daily room rate ("ADR") began to slow from the first half of 2018, minimizing gains in revenue per available room ("RevPAR") for Manhattan hotels. During the third quarter, minimal increases

Manhattan Lodging Index Third Quarter 2018

Despite stymied growth across key metrics during the quarter, Q3 2018 occupancy of 90.4 percent contributed to the highest year-to date occupancy level for Manhattan hotels over the 24-year period tracked

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