Middle East hotels see 2.1% rise in revPAR

27 June 2010

Hotels in the Middle East/Africa region reported favourable results in terms of occupancy and revenue in May, according to the latest survey by STR Global. The region's occupancy ended the month virtually flat with a 0.8% increase to 62.2%, average daily rate (ADR) increased 1.3% to $144.35, and revPAR grew 2.1% to $89.75. Amman, Jordan, reported the largest occupancy increase, rising 13.9% to 71.1%, followed by Dubai, with an 8.1% increase to 70.4%. Beirut's ADR rose 27.4% to $210.57, while its revPAR climbed 24.6% to $147.66.

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