Washington County continues its slow rebound from its 2020 low occupancy and average daily rates. According to STR, occupancy (OCC) levels for the month of June are up by 91.4% when compared to the same month one year ago.
In order to see the recovery, and to gauge how Washington County is faring compared to previous years, the following chart looks at occupancy and average daily rates (ADR) for the month of June for the past four years.
While average daily room rates (ADR) are steadily improving, with ADR for June 2021 at $111.79 for the month (a 25.6% increase over 2020), ADR is still lagging behind other counties in its competitive set. The unprecedented heat wave in early June, which sent many to hotels in search of air-conditioned relief, as well as the Olympic Trails in track and field in the city of Eugene may have attributed to ADR increases throughout the state for the month. The following graph looks at the ADR for the month of June for various counties in Washington County’s competitive set. (Source: STR, June 2021)
Average Daily Room Rates: June 2021