- Despite three days of stormy weather last week, room night demand rose to 218,015, selling nearly 17,000 more room nights than the previous week.
- The increase in demand was spread throughout the week nights, though slightly heavier on the weekend nights with Friday and Saturday increasing by a combined 8,000 room nights over weekend prior.
- Occupancies on the weekends are again around 30% higher than on the weekdays in the coastal areas, Downtown, and Mission Valley.
- County demand is inching closer towards the peak seen during mid-August through mid-October, when weekly demand hovered around 240,000 room nights sold.
- County occupancy rose to 49.6% ranking San Diego 10th among top markets and 3rd in the western competitive set, behind Phoenix 66.6% and Los Angeles 54.9%.
- South/East County properties averaged 71.6% occupancy, followed by Northeast/Escondido at 61.7% and Mission Valley at 54.6%.
- County ADR was $114 ranking San Diego 8th among top markets and 4th in the western comp set, behind Phoenix $143, Los Angeles $122, and San Francisco $115.
- La Jolla Coastal’s ADR was $207, followed by Mission Bay at $174 and Downtown at $130.
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