- San Diego County hotel room demand increased by more than 21,000 this last week – the second week in a row with decent growth.
- The largest demand increases came during the weeknights, with Sunday through Wednesday nights selling an average of 34,400 room nights per night, up an average of 3,700 room nights compared to last week. Thursday increased demand by 2,700 to sell nearly 40,000 room nights this week.
- Friday sold close to 51,000 room nights throughout the county, while Saturday demand reached over 56,500 rooms sold, the highest number sold on a single night since COVID began.
- Saturday night occupancy ranged from mid-80s to mid-90s throughout the county.
- County occupancy for the week averaged 63.8% ranking San Diego 5th in the nation and 2nd in the western competitive set, behind Los Angeles at 67.8%.
- South/East County properties averaged 78.3% occupancy for the week, followed by Northeast/Escondido at 76.1% and I-15 Corridor at 66.6%.
- County ADR rose to $142 this week, ranking San Diego 5th in the nation and 2nd in the western comp set, again behind Los Angeles at $152.
- Beach regions continue to lead with the highest rates, with La Jolla at $239 this week, followed by Mission Bay at $223 and Del Mar/Oceanside at $166.
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