Canadian hotel occupancy fell 49.8% to 38.1% in the third quarter, while ADR dipped 28% to 131.65 Canadian dollars ($100.39) and RevPAR dropped 63.9% to CA$50.15 ($38.24).
In the third quarter, U.S. hotel occupancy declined 32.2% to 48%, ADR dipped 24.1% to $101.25 and RevPAR decreased 48.5% to $48.58.
Hotels and resorts can capture their guest's desire for wellbeing while also seeing a return on their investment (ROI), panelists agreed at a recent webinar hosted by the International Luxury Hotel Association (ILHA).
In September, U.S. hotel occupancy dipped 28.2% to 48.3%, ADR decreased 24.9% to $99.12 and RevPAR dropped 46.1% to $47.87.
The Covid-19 pandemic has forced us to question the way our economy and society have operated for centuries. The pandemic coupled with severe climate change is making us rethink age-old operating models, forcing many industries to reoptimize their operations. This holds true for the hotel industry as well.
Most hotels measure payroll as a percentage of revenue or, as it is commonly referred to, labor cost percentage. This is not helpful. Why, you ask? Well, first of all, if sales magically increase because of an increase in the average room rate or average cover, your labor cost will automatically improve. Did anyone actually do anything better with the payroll?
The total shortfall in restaurant and foodservice sales topped $200 billion during the first seven months of the pandemic.
U.S. airlines carried 21.2 million systemwide (domestic and international) scheduled service passengers in July 2020, seasonally-adjusted, up 37.5% from June. BTS reported 20.3 million domestic passengers and 0.9 million international passengers on U.S. airlines flights in July.
As hotel marketers plan for a strong Q4, its important to keep a pulse on the evolving digital landscape, especially when planning for success in 2021. This month, Google officially launches a new custom audiences feature, YouTube launches YouTube Shorts, and new Google insights might give hotel marketers the campaign inspiration they need. From Search to Social Media and Design, here are the top 5 things you need to know now in hotel digital marketing.
U.S. airlines carried 6% more cargo by weight in August 2020 (preliminary) than in August 2019. The rise was fueled by a gain of 8% in domestic cargo with a 1% rise in international cargo, according to data filed with the Bureau of Transportation Statistics (BTS) by 13 of the leading cargo airlines.