San Diego hotels in the month of September averaged 77.9 percent occupancy, a 0.6 percent increase compared to 2018, while the average daily rate (ADR) was $163.88, a -0.4 percent reduction from last year. San Diego occupancy for the month ranked 8th among top 25 markets, while ADR ranked 9th.
- Occupancy and ADR both grew on Sunday-Wednesday nights compared to last year, though Thursday-Saturday nights lost ground. This goes hand-in-hand with the rise in group occupancy and average rates, while transient travel among Upscale/UpperUpscale/Luxury properties fell this month.
- The Independent hotel category was the only hotel segment to see a rise in both occupancy and ADR for the month, up 1.7 and 2.4 percent (respectively) compared to last year.
- CYTD, San Diego occupancy is down -1.8 percent, ADR is up 1.5 percent, and RevPAR is down -0.3 percent compared to this time in 2018.