Compared to May 2014, the Americas region reported a 0.5-percent increase in occupancy to 67.1 percent, a 4.1-percent increase in average daily rate to US$121.26 and a 4.7-percent increase in revenue per available room to US$81.40.
Among the key markets in the region, San Juan, Puerto Rico, reported the largest occupancy increase, up 7.1 percent to 81.7 percent.
Santiago, Chile (-14.1 percent to 57.4 percent), and São Paulo, Brazil (-10.3 percent to 65.3 percent), were the only two markets to experience double-digit decreases in occupancy.
Chicago, Illinois, posted the only double-digit ADR increase, rising 11.4 percent to US$163.53.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (-29.4 percent to US$143.64), and São Paulo (-26.3 percent to US$112.43) experienced the largest decreases in ADR.
Chicago reported the largest RevPAR growth, up 12.7 percent to US$127.54. Two other markets posted double-digit increases in RevPAR: Washington, D.C.-Maryland-Virginia (+10.5 percent to US$134.11), and San Juan (+10.1 percent to US$136.57).
Rio de Janeiro (-35.3 percent to US$87.24) and São Paulo (-33.8 percent to US$73.40) reported the largest decreases in RevPAR.