Why There Is More Than Just Analyzing RevPAR Index
Why There Is More Than Just Analyzing RevPAR Index — By Laura Resco

HotStats Limited · 15 Aug

Financial performance in the hospitality industry is traditionally measured in absolute terms: actuals for the relevant KPIs are compared against their budgeted numbers and, from this assessment, action plans are developed to correct course when needed. Moreover, in the presence of changes in market conditions, budgets are revised to make goals reflect the new business environment.

The Raptors Won the NBA Title, But What City Won the GOPPAR Crown?
The Raptors Won the NBA Title, But What City Won the GOPPAR Crown? — By David Eisen

HotStats Limited · 7 Aug

Sporting events typically serve as huge hotel demand generators for a city. And when the games are really meaningful—such as a playoff round or championship final—they become even hotter tickets, which means a greater need for hotel rooms—for guests who are attending the games and those who are there just to share in the experience. These high-demand times typically (should) equate to higher occupancy, higher rates and (hopefully) higher monthly profitability.

One Reason Why You Shouldn't Be Googling "RevPAR vs ADR"
One Reason Why You Shouldn't Be Googling "RevPAR vs ADR" — By Laura Resco

HotStats Limited · 30 Jul

There are myriad acronyms in the glossary of hospitality financial analysis, but two in particular haunt hotel managers like a specter: ADR (average daily rate) and RevPAR (revenue per available room).

Information & Telecommunication Spending Trends in the US
Information & Telecommunication Spending Trends in the US — By Tanya Venegas

HotStats Limited · 15 Jul

In mid-June, HFTP hosted the 47th annual Hospitality Industry Technology Exposition and Conference, better known as HITEC. The event occurred in Minneapolis, Minnesota and welcomed more than 6,000 attendees, making it one of the largest hospitality technology conferences in the world. What brought these people together? A common interest in hospitality technology.

How the UEFA Champions League Final Impacted Madrid Hotel Profits
How the UEFA Champions League Final Impacted Madrid Hotel Profits — By David Eisen

HotStats Limited · 8 Jul

Hosting a premier sporting event isn't just a mark of stature—it can be a boon for the city's hotel industry. From the Super Bowl and the World Series in the U.S., to the World Rugby Sevens Series held in a variety of locations, from the UAE and South Africa, to New Zealand and Hong Kong, sporting events are a facilitator of traveler demand.

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How to Maximize Hotel Revenue in 3 Easy Steps
How to Maximize Hotel Revenue in 3 Easy Steps — By David Eisen

HotStats Limited · 13 Jun

A hotel operator, a hotel owner, and an asset manager walk into a bar… sounds like the setup to a terrible joke, right? But growing and maximizing revenues is no laughing matter, especially in a listless RevPAR environment. According to a recent equity note from Baird, RevPAR growth expectations in the U.S. have declined by 25 to 50 basis points since the beginning of the year. HotStats data shows that 2019 Q1 RevPAR was up 1.2 percent over the same period last year; in Europe, RevPAR was only up 0.7 percent over the same period.

What Is TRevPAR (Definition and Why It Matters)?
What Is TRevPAR (Definition and Why It Matters)? — By David Eisen

HotStats Limited · 7 Jun

In a previous blog post, I took aim at RevPAR. My pursuit: to puncture the long-held notion that it's the most exemplary data point to consult within the hospitality industry. And, according to one comment, I succeeded in doing so (thank you, Don Weintraub, you made my mother very proud).

RevPAR Is Only One Piece of the Picture
RevPAR Is Only One Piece of the Picture — By David Eisen

HotStats Limited · 17 May

Imagine you're scouting a young baseball player or footballer—someone experts have pegged as the next Derek Jeter or Lionel Messi. You can't, however, just take their word for it; you have to see their performance for yourself and also dig into the numbers—into how they rate statistically.