Weekly Hotel Performance: May 16-22, 2021

Washington County’s hotels continue to slowly recover from the COVID-19 slump, with increases in occupancy (OCC) and average daily room rates (ADR) over the same time last year. The charts below compare the trends over the past 12 weeks. Source: STR, May 26, 2021

Weekly Hotel Performance: May 9-15, 2021

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Washington County’s hotels are continuing to see recovery in its overall occupancy numbers, as well as a slight rebound in the average daily room rate. For the week of May 9-15, 2021, Washington County’s hotels had an average occupancy level (OCC) of 60.2%, which…

New Guidance on Mask Wearing

The new state guidance requires employers to check for vaccination documentation before allowing people to go maskless or to stick with current mask-wearing requirements. For all of Oregon’s statewide mask guidance, visit the OHA website.  Mask guidance FAQs >>> Governor Brown and the Oregon…

Washington County to Move to “Lower Risk”

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Effective May 21, Washington County will move to “Lower Risk.” Governor Kate Brown announced yesterday that five counties, including Washington County have achieved the 65% vaccination target. See OHA’s risk level guidance chart >>> From Washington County’s official press release: Rising vaccination rates and…

Hotel Performance: April 2021

Washington County’s hotels are slowly rebounding from COVID-related downturns in 2020. Occupancy levels for the month of April are more than double than occupancy one year ago, and average daily room rates (ADR) are improving, as well. Looking at the year to date, occupancy…

Free Virtual Event from HSMAI

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The Oregon Chapter of HSMAI is offering a free virtual event for hospitality industry professionals. Prepare for Lift Off…Three revenue management strategies to put in place NOW to capture the curve. Aligning your business mix with your value proposition. Stay ahead of your competition….

Hotel Performance May 2-8, 2021

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Washington County Hotels Continue to See Year-Over-Year Improvements Hotel performance continues to improve over last year. Occupancy levels have increased by 91.5% over the same period last year. Last week, Washington County hotels saw occupancy levels of 56.4% (the same week last year, occupancy…

Gov. Brown Announces Plan to Reopen Oregon’s Economy

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Once 70% of Oregonians (ages 16+) have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, most restrictions will be lifted.  Governor Brown announced today a plan for reopening Oregon’s economy and lifting most statewide restrictions. When 70% of adult Oregonians (16 years and…

Hotel Performance April 25- May 1, 2021

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After a year of declines, Washington County’s hotel performance is starting to see a rebound. For the week of April 25-May 1, occupancy levels reached nearly 60% at 57.5%. While this number is lower from pre-COVID occupancy levels, it is a 159% improvement over…