Middle East hotels continue to record drop in RevPAR, ADR in Q2 2019

Africa ended Q2 on a strong note

The second quarter of the year registered a rise in occupancy rates in the Middle East
The second quarter of the year registered a rise in occupancy rates in the Middle East

Hotels in the Middle East recorded a drop in their performance indicators in Q2 2019, following a slow Q1.

The second quarter of the year registered a rise in occupancy rates by 2.6% to 61.7% when compared to 2018.

However, ADR dropped by 7.2% in comparison to last year, to US$147.44, while RevPAR dropped by 4.8% to $91.03.

Africa hotel performance improves

Hotels in Africa continued their growth in Q2, with occupancy increasing by 2.2% to 57.6%, while ADR rose by 4.0% to $106.53 and RevPAR increased by 6.3% to $61.33.

In the Middle East, Dubai’s Q2 performance dropped.

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