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STR: Sydney hotel occupancy stable in February amid COVID concerns

While occupancy increased slightly, the market’s absolute ADR and RevPAR levels fell month over month.

LONDON – Amid increased COVID-19 cases and a slow return to office, Sydney’s hotel industry reported a marginal occupancy increase from the prior month, but lower rates, according to preliminary February 2022 data from STR.

•    Occupancy: 41.7%
•    Average daily rate (ADR): AUD211.42 
•    Revenue per available room (RevPAR): AUD88.21

While occupancy increased slightly, the market’s absolute ADR and RevPAR levels fell month over month. When indexed to 2019, RevPAR was just 35% of 2019 levels. 

STR’s latest Forward STAR data shows improving occupancy over 2021, with an increase in both March (+50%) and April (+43%) levels. 
 

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