In year-over-year results, the Canadian hotel industry’s occupancy was down 0.3% to 67.1%. However, its average daily rate rose 4.8% to CAD$144.12, and its revenue per available room increased 4.5% to CAD$96.63.
Among the provinces, British Columbia reported the highest RevPAR increase during the quarter, up 13.4% to CAD$111.11. Manitoba (+11.6% to CAD$81.57) was the only other province to report a double-digit increase in RevPAR.
Alberta experienced the steepest RevPAR decline for the quarter, down 7.6% to CAD$93.81.
Each of the provinces reported an increase in ADR, led by British Columbia (+9.3% to CAD$157.33).
Manitoba (+6.3% to 66.0%) posted the largest occupancy increase, while Alberta (-8.6% to 62.2%) reported the largest occupancy decrease.