A positive Xmas and New Year period has led into a relatively decent start to 2020 for Auckland’s hotel market, in sharp contrast to the country’s other major visitor destinations, according to figures from STR.
Wellington’s hotel market has tracked below 2018’s results since the spring and that trend looks set to continue into the new year, according to figures from STR.
Another solid week for Auckland’s hotel market has helped drive growth in all three metrics in a rare, positive week across all of New Zealand, according to STR.
A decent spring has turned into a slow start to summer for Christchurch’s hotel market marked by the opening last week of Novotel Christchurch Airport, according to STR.
After a generally slow year, Auckland’s hotel market is showing signs of life as it enters the summer, according to STR.
A sluggish start to spring looks set to carry through to the end of the season for Queenstown’s hotel market, according to STR.
Auckland and Christchurch saw results creep into double figures last week with the latter gateway leading the way, according to STR.
After a relatively good winter, Wellington’s hotel sector seems to have taken a hit in occupancy during spring with results generally tracking signficantly below last year, according to STR.
While Christchurch occupancy might be lagging last year, the average daily rate in the city’s hotel market has tracked consistently higher than last spring, according to STR.
With occupancy tracking consistently above last year’s results since the start of spring, Auckland even enjoyed a little growth in ADR and RevPAR last week, according to STR.
A rare positive week for all three metrics across all of New Zealand compared to last year, albeit only just, according to STR.
A reasonable start to spring has turned a little sluggish after a third week of occupancy and ADR growth falls at the resort compared to the same period last year, according to STR.
Double-digit dips in occupancy and RevPAR for Wellington last week reinforced a sluggish start to spring for the capital’s hotel market
A double figure bump in RevPAR growth was part of a positive week for Christchurch for the seven days to Saturday 21 September
After being overshadowed by an All Blacks test and a record-breaking series of Pink concerts in September last year, the Auckland hotel market managed to show a little growth last week.
Queenstown occupancy is off to a reasonable spring start after managing for most of winter to track above last year’s figures, according to results from STR.
After a mixed start to winter, followed by a sluggish midwinter, Christchurch appears to have finished the season with relatively good occupancy levels.
A double-digit treat for Wellington as all three hotel metrics showed good growth for the week ending August 24, according to results from STR.
Finally, a week where all three hotel metrics ticked up across the country, albeit only slightly in two of the measures, according to results from STR.
Auckland’s hoteliers are feeling the heat as ADR and RevPAR continue to drag 2018’s results.
After a good start to the winter ski season for Queenstown’s hotel market in June, ADR and RevPAR dipped in July compared to last year although occupancy for the month is tracking above 2018’s results.
The All Blacks test against the Springboks in Wellington last Saturday boosted RevPAR in the capital’s hotel market by 39.8% for the week of 21-27 July 2019, according to STR.
As if on cue following Wellington City Council flagging a falling share of the tourism market, the capital had a good week to Saturday 20 July, reporting RevPAR up 13.9% to $125.51, according to STR.
Christchurch came off its super rugby-fuelled run with a bit of a bump last week, reporting falls across occupancy, ADR and RevPAR for the week to Saturday 13 July.
Auckland continues to drag the national market down with another round of falls across occupancy, ADR and RevPAR for the week to Saturday 6 July.
In partnership with global accommodation benchmarking company STR, the Ticker publishes a weekly update tracking the performance of New Zealand’s hotel sector.
Falls across all three metrics in the four main tourism centres last week drove the national performance down with only two positive spots.
An occupancy rate in Auckland of 71.6% for the week ending Saturday 15 June managed to partly claw back a four-week slide for the city’s hotel sector.
Queenstown’s hotel sector received a winter lift in occupancy, ADR and RevPar for the week ending Saturday 8 June, according to the latest data from STR.
Wellington’s hotel sector reported a strong increase in RevPAR, a good bump in ADR and solid growth in occupancy for the week ending Saturday 1 June, according to the latest data from STR.
Christchurch’s hotel sector reported significant double-digit falls in the three key performance metrics of occupancy, average daily rate, and revenue per available room during the week of 21-27 April, according to data from STR.
Auckland’s hotel sector reported double-figure falls in the three key performance metrics – occupancy, average daily rate, and revenue per available room – during the week of 14 – 20 April, according to data from STR.
The NZ hotel industry reported year-on-year falls in the hotel sector’s three key performance metrics – occupancy, average daily rate, and revenue per available room – during the week of 7-13 April 2019, according to data from STR.