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Hotel Sector Profitability Indicators. By categories

Hotel Sector Profitability Indicators. By categories Catalonia. April, 2013
Value % Year-over-year variation
Average Daily Room Rate (ADR) Revenue per Available Room (RevPAR) Average Daily Room Rate (ADR) Revenue per Available Room (RevPAR)
Total 75.76 40.90 -3.7 -10.6
Five gold stars 190.73 125.85 -3.1 -6.3
Four gold stars 79.94 51.35 -3.9 -9.6
Three gold stars 56.75 31.29 -4.2 -12.8
Two gold stars 52.96 20.99 -19.0 -30.2
One gold star 61.84 20.32 7.1 -9.1
Two and three silver stars 47.28 12.74 3.9 14.2
One silver star 44.62 10.18 -7.9 -25.6
Units: Euros.
Source: Idescat, based on the INE's Hotel Occupancy Survey.
Hotel Sector Profitability Indicators. By categories Spain. April, 2013
Value % Year-over-year variation
Average Daily Room Rate (ADR) Revenue per Available Room (RevPAR) Average Daily Room Rate (ADR) Revenue per Available Room (RevPAR)
Total 66.01 33.73 -3.0 -8.0
Five gold stars 149.65 87.52 -1.4 -0.8
Four gold stars 70.52 42.76 -3.7 -7.8
Three gold stars 50.91 28.28 -4.1 -8.6
Two gold stars 47.12 15.84 -10.1 -23.6
One gold star 46.69 13.29 -5.6 -14.9
Two and three silver stars 41.21 10.85 -5.9 -18.0
One silver star 35.59 9.12 -6.4 -17.8
Units: Euros.
Source: INE. Hotel Occupancy Survey.

Last update: May 23, 2018. Revised series on February 28, 2019. Next update: June 23, 2021 Calendari

Annual data Statistics ADR

Methodological note

Hotel sector profitability indicators are ADR and RevPAR:

  • ADR: Average Daily Rate
  • RevPAR: Revenue per Available Room

In both definitions, income refers to payments received by hoteliers for the provision of accommodation services, excluding other types of services (and VAT) offered by the establishment, such as restaurant services, mini bars, hydro massage pools, gyms, hosting meetings and events, etc.

The following relation exists between both indicators:

RevPAR ≈ADR * Occupancy rate per rooms

An increase (or decrease) in the RevPAR can be caused by an increase (or decrease) in the applied rates (ADR) or by an increase (or decrease) in the occupancy rate. We must take into account that this equality is not precise, since the occupancy rate per room is calculated according to the Hotel Occupancy Survey's (HOS) criteria and doesn't entirely correspond with ADR or RevPAR estimates, due to methodological reasons.

You can get more information about these statistics in the methodology.

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