hotel demand trends
STR | April 30, 2021
April 30, 2021 - As we move further into the spring, much of the U.S. continues to make solid progress toward reaching comparable demand levels from 2019. As a reminder, 2019 is being used as the recovery benchmark due to the heavy pandemic impact in 2020. Recovery trends demonstrated in STR’s latest 51-chart demand map show that a small number of lesser-traveled states, such as Idaho, Montana, Mississippi, have recently been meeting or surpassing their 2019 demand levels since the week ending 20 March 2021. Florida and Texas, of course, stood out as popular travel states surpassing 2019 levels during the spring break period. In contr...
CBRE Hotels | May 29, 2019
Atlanta – May 29, 2019 – The U.S. lodging supply will increase at an annual pace greater than the long-run average through 2022, according to CBRE Hotels Research's latest report. Meanwhile, the annual rise in the demand for these new hotel rooms is projected to average roughly three-quarters of its respective long-run average. The result is declining occupancy forecasts for the U.S. lodging industry in both 2020 and 2021. According to the June 2019 edition of Hotel Horizons®, CBRE Hotels Research projects U.S. national occupancy levels to remain flat in 2019 at 66.2 percent, then decline to 65.7 percent in 2020 and 64.6...
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