Todays preliminary (second) monthly estimate of real gross domestic product, monthly˗GDP, visualizes $51 billion more GDP in August, formed on refreshed, complete and revised source data, than were available for the flash August estimate released earlier this month.
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Hotels in Central and South America fell 66.4% to 20.2% in August as ADR declined 34.7% to $53.66 and RevPAR dropped 78.1% to $10.82.
During the week of 13-19 September, U.S. hotel occupancy decreased 31.9% to 48.6%, ADR dipped 28.9% to $95.84 and RevPAR declined 51.6% to $46.54.
Canadian hotel occupancy fell 52.8% to 37% during the week of 13-19 September. ADR decreased 32.2% to 121.94 Canadian dollars ($90.92) and RevPAR dropped 68% to CA$45.17 ($33.68).
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Europe hotels reported occupancy fell 44.6% to 43% in August. ADR dipped 13% to 103.95 ($121.37) and RevPAR decreased 51.8% to 44.69 ($52.18) for the month.
In August, hotels in the Middle East saw occupancy decrease 32.5% to 42.6%, ADR fall 26.3% to $115.46 and RevPAR decline 50.3% to $49.23. In Africa, hotel occupancy decreased 60.5% to 25%, ADR dipped 11.8% to $95.75 and RevPAR dropped 65.1% to $23.91.
Hotel occupancy in the Asia/Pacific region decreased 31% to 50.8% in August, according to STR. ADR dropped 27.3% to $69.81 and RevPAR fell 49.8% to $35.48 during the month.