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The Twin Cities posted the highest RevPAR increase over Super Bowl weekend than any Super Bowl host since 2012, when the big game was held in Indianapolis.
Adelaide's occupancy reached 96.2% between 1-5 December, while ADR increased to 306.54 Australian dollars ($242.79) and RevPAR reached AU$294.87 ($233.56).
Europe reported 104,586 rooms in construction during January. London led all markets with 9,208 rooms in construction.
The Central/South America room construction total represented a 10.5% decrease compared with January 2017.
The Caribbean/Mexico room construction total represented a 67.8% increase compared with January 2017.
Canada's hotels experienced a 1.1% occupancy increase to 57.4% during the week of 4-10 February, while ADR rose 2.8% to 144.02 Canadian dollars ($115.15) and RevPAR increased 3.9% to CA$82.61 ($66.05).
The U.S. hotel industry reported occupancy dipped 0.2% to 59.5% during the week of 4-10 February. ADR rose 2.8% to $125.09 and RevPAR increased 2.6% to $74.48 during the week.
The number of rooms in construction in the U.S. dropped 1.6% in January, which is the fourth consecutive month in the U.S. where rooms in construction has declined or remained flat year over year.
The Middle East room construction total represented a 22.4% increase compared with January 2017. The Africa room construction total represented a 13.8% decrease compared with January 2017.
The January Asia/Pacific room construction total represented an 8.8% increase compared with January 2017.
Preliminary January data from STR shows Berlin's hotel market experienced a 0.9% occupancy increase to 59.2%, a 1.1% ADR increase to €84.60 ($104.53) and a 2% RevPAR increase to €50.05 ($61.84).
Hong Kong's hotels reported occupancy rose 6.1% to 91.2% in January, according to preliminary monthly data from STR. ADR was flat at 1,428.41 Hong Kong dollars ($182.62) and RevPAR rose 6.1% to HK$1,302.29 ($166.50).
While hotel occupancy rose 0.3% to 50.6% in January in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, according to preliminary STR data, the market saw ADR drop 2.4% to 732.33 Saudi Arabian riyals ($195.29) and RevPAR decline 2.1% to 370.33 riyals ($98.75).
Preliminary January data from STR shows London hotels reported occupancy decreased 0.9% to 69.8%, ADR rose 1.3% to £129.23 ($178.44) and RevPAR increased 0.3% to £90.21 ($124.56).
Sydney's hotel market reported occupancy fell 0.9% to 81.2% in January, according to preliminary monthly data from STR. ADR, however, increased 1.5% to 222.18 Australian dollars ($173.89), which raised RevPAR 0.6% to AU$180.43 ($141.22).
According to preliminary STR data, hotels in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, reported occupancy rose 1.5% to 86.4% in January, while ADR declined 0.6% to 814.51 Emirati dirhams ($221.79) and RevPAR increased 1% to 703.89 dirhams ($191.67).
STR, Hotel News Now and RobertDouglas released the results of their Hotel Lender Survey, which shows lenders are a bit more optimistic about the short term than in previous years.
The U.S. hotel industry saw occupancy increase 1.4% to 56.4% during the week of 28 January to 3 February, while ADR rose 2.2% to $122.35 and RevPAR increased 3.6% to $69.05.
The Canadian hotel industry reported occupancy rose 1.1% to 55.6% during the week of 28 January to 3 February. ADR rose 3.7% year over year to 144.03 Canadian dollars ($114.65), which pushed RevPAR up 4.9% to CA$80.13 ($63.79).
The Baird/STR Hotel Stock Index outperformed the S&P 500 and the MSCI REIT (RMZ) during January.