Middle East hotels record decline in REVPAR and ADR

Hotels in Africa record increase in all performance indicators

Occupancy rates rose by 3% to 60.8% when compared to July 2018
Occupancy rates rose by 3% to 60.8% when compared to July 2018

Hotels in the Middle East have recorded mixed results in their performance in July, data from STR revealed.

While occupancy rates rose by 3% to 60.8% when compared to July 2018, average daily rate (ADR) dropped by 5 % to US$119.26 and revenue per available room (RevPAR) decreased by 2.1% to $72.51 in comparison to last year.

Hotels in Africa recorded a growth in all their performance indicators with occupancy rising by 1% to 62.6%, ADR increased by 4.8% to $106.94 and RevPAR rose 5.8% to $66.99.

Saudi Arabia recorded a rise in its occupancy, however ADR took a beating

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