Briefs: US occupancy revives; Apple Leisure’s resort in Cozumel

New US occupancy peaks since August: Hotel occupancy in the U.S. peaked since mid-August although room rates fell from the previous week, as per STR’s latest data through October 19. Occupancy: 65% (-10%) ADR: US$134.03 (-1.4%) RevPAR: US$87.15 (-11.3%) Week-over-week demand growth came almost exclusively from the Sunday before Columbus Day, with occupancy reaching 72% as compared with 75% in 2019. Although occupancy did not rise over 2019 in any of the top 25 markets, Tampa came closest to its 2019 figure (-3% to 66.8%). Boosted by ADR, the market reported the largest RevPAR gain (+8.9% to US$88.87). San Francisco/San Mateo saw…
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