Washington County’s hotels continue to rebuild from 2020’s low occupancy and average daily rates.
September 2021 vs. September 2020
According to STR, occupancy (OCC) levels for the month of September were 63.6%, a 13.1% increase from 2020. The monthly occupancy rate continues to be nearly two points higher than the overall occupancy rate for the state of Oregon.
Average daily room rates (ADR) were also higher than the same period last year, with ADR for September 2021 at $117.89 for the month (a 26% increase over 2020). (Source: STR, October 18, 2021)
Countywide occupancy (OCC) levels for the first nine months of 2021 are up by 35.1% when compared to the same period last year. From January through September 2021, overall room occupancy was 60.6%, one point below the statewide occupancy percentage.
Average daily room rates (ADR) for the same period increased by 8.5% to $106.95, compared to the first nine months of 2020. The following table looks at occupancy, ADR and Revenue per Room (RevPAR) in Washington County for January-September 2021 compared to the same period in 2020. (Source: STR, October 18, 2021)