- Last week hotel room nights sold increased again, up 4,000 to 362,684, with an average daily rate of $217, a new weekly high.
- Among top 25 U.S. Markets, San Diego County occupancy was 81%, which was 3rd highest in the country, behind Oahu (83.9%) and Norfolk (81.4%).
- The County ADR of $217 moved up to 2nd highest among the Top 25 markets behind Oahu ($260) and now ahead of Miami ($237). San Diego was again 1st in the western region. San Diego’s ADR was $21 higher than Orange County and $29 higher than Los Angeles.
- This strong occupancy rate resulted in San Diego again having the 3rd highest hotel RevPAR in the U.S. at $176, following only Oahu ($218) and Miami ($184).
- Among Luxury, Upscale Chain properties, San Diego group occupancy improved from 7.6% to 10.4%. Orange County also improved from 7% to 13% in group occupancy.
- The weekday occupancy pattern was again flatter than through COVID, with weekday and weekend occupancies and rates closer now, indicating strong leisure weekday travel. All regions once again averaged over 90% occupancy on Friday and Saturday nights, with weekdays mostly in the 70s and 80s.
- The regional ADRs for Saturday night ranged from $188 in South/East County to $402 in Mission Bay. Mission Bay ADRs are now significantly higher than La Jolla Coastal most of the week.
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