The Canadian hotel industry reported negative results in the three key performance metrics during the week of 29 March through 4 April 2015, according to data from STR, Inc.
In year-over-year comparisons, occupancy was down 10.1 percent to 53.8 percent; average daily rate dropped 0.9 percent to CAD$127.87; and revenue per available room decreased 10.9 percent to CAD$68.76.
Among the provinces, Quebec achieved the highest performance in all three measurements. For the week, Quebec's occupancy was up 7.9 percent to 58.7 percent; its ADR rose 6.1 percent to CAD$135.46; and its RevPAR increased 14.5 percent to CAD$79.53.
Prince Edward Island experienced the largest decline in all three performance metrics for the week. Within the province, occupancy dropped 41.8 percent to 25.9 percent; ADR decreased 13.9 percent to CAD$94.06; and RevPAR declined 49.9 percent to CAD$24.34.
Only one other province outside of Quebec experienced a positive result for any of the three key performance metrics. In Nova Scotia, ADR increased 2.4 percent to CAD$118.67.
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