Washington County’s Hotel Performance Continues to Grow

After nearly two years of uncertainty, restrictions and mandates, Washington County’s hotel performance has rebounded, with performance closely resembling that of pre-pandemic years. Traditionally, February is a slower month for tourism to Washington County, the statistics for the month are providing a hopeful light…

2021 Washington County Hotel Performance

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Washington County’s hotel industry grew throughout 2021 with the addition of new hotels and an upswing in hotel occupancy levels. Hotel Performance Shows Measured Improvement Washington County’s hotels continue to show improvement from the unprecedented lows of calendar year 2020, according to STR. While…

WEEKLY HOTEL PERFORMANCE: OCT. 3-9, 2021

Trends in hotel occupancy in Washington County continue to increase over the same period last year, with weekends (Friday and Saturday nights) bringing in stronger occupancy than other days of the week. For the week of Oct. 3-9, the overall occupancy (OCC) was 63.6%,…

Weekly Hotel Performance: Sept. 19-Oct. 2, 2021

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Occupancy rates (OCC) and average daily room rates (ADR) at Washington County hotels remain relatively steady–and higher than in 2020–over the past two weeks. September 19-25 For the week of September 19-25, average occupancy hovered around 63.6%, a 26.96% increase over the same period…

Weekly Hotel Performance: September 12-18, 2021

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According to STR, hotel occupancy for the week increased by 18.4% over the same time last year, and average daily room rates (ADR) has increased by 26.1% to $118.96. The following tables provide an overview of occupancy levels (OCC) and ADR for 2020 and…

Hotel Performance: August 15-21, 2021

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During the week of August 15-21, Washington County’s hotels experienced a slight dip in performance. Overall, average occupancy (OCC) for the week was 73.6% and the average daily rate (ADR) was $124.89. The trend of higher levels of occupancy and higher rates during the…

Hotel Performance: June 19-July 3

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Hotel performance continues its rebound and recovery over the same period in 2020. The charts below illustrate the continuing increases in occupancy (OCC) and average daily rates (ADR). The historic heat wave experienced by the entire Pacific Northwest, June 26-28, saw locals flocking to…

Hotel Performance February 7-13, 2021

COVID-19 has directly affected the hotel industry throughout the United States, and Washington County is no exception. This time of year traditionally is a “soft” period for area hotels. However, we are still seeing decreases directly tied to the decrease in business and leisure travel due…