Hospitality Vision: U.S. Performance Review 2012
U.S. performance reveals surprising top markets
Consumer spending growth will be positive but modest, business spending on travel will improve, inflation will be low, consumers and businesses will remain relatively price sensitive, and commodity prices will be soft. What does this mean for travel?
In the publication, entitled “Hospitality vision: U.S. performance review,” we review a ranking of select U.S. markets and examine key cities with the highest growth in revenue per available room, average daily rate, and occupancy rate. The report reveals surprising top markets.
Industry-wide numbers from Smith Travel Research (STR) may tell a story of recovery in major destination cities such as San Francisco and New York. Here’s a snapshot of a few of the top performing markets in the US.
The full report discusses recent trends in major hotel markets in the US. Download the PDF above.
A look back at last year
|Hospitality vision: U.S. performance review 2011
Following a lengthy downturn, the U.S. hotel industry entered a recovery in 2010, with gains continuing to strengthen as the year progressed. In this edition of "Hospitality Vision: U.S. Performance Review", we review a selection of U.S. markets and examine how they have performed in 2010.
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