dropped substantially. Through May, RevPAR in the Miami- Hialeah market fell 4.1% from a year earlier, compared with 3% growth for ..... brand in South Beach.</p><p>As a result, the Miami- Hialeah market’s room supply increased 3.6% last year, the
during the first quarter, nosing out second place Miami- Hialeah , Fla.’s $250.56 average and outpacing third-place San ..... in the U.S., though, falling behind first place Miami- Hialeah at 84.9% and other markets like Orlando, Tampa-St. Petersburg
br /><br />Hawaii finished first in the nation for ADR and revenue per available room ($202.29) in the first quarter of 2014, but the destination came in second to Miami- Hialeah , Florida’s 84.6% occupancy rate.
occupancy in 2013, finishing behind first place New York (84.6%), San Francisco/San Mateo, Calif. (83%), Miami- Hialeah , Fla. (77.9%), and Los Angeles-Long Beach, Calif. (76.8%). <br /><br />The Aloha State’s ADR last
Hawaii’s statewide ADR finished first among the nation’s top five hotel markets during the first quarter, but the destination’s revenue per available room of $190.40 was second to Miami- Hialeah ’s $192.38.
hotel developers, Miami might never before have been such an inviting destination in which to plant a stake. The Miami- Hialeah market finished last year as the country's fourth most lucrative in terms of revenue per available room (RevPAR), trailing
percentage points. San Francisco-San Mateo showed the most improvement in RevPAR, with a 20% jump, while Nashville and Miami- Hialeah RevPAR rose 15% and 14%, respectively. Additionally, REITs looking to bank on the hotel-room demand recovery helped
America, San Francisco-San Mateo showed the most improvement with a 20% jump in RevPAR. RevPAR at Nashville and Miami- Hialeah increased 15% and 14%, respectively. Detroit had a 10-point occupancy increase, the largest in North America. None
through the first nine months of the year, according to STR. Nashville, Oahu, Los Angeles-Long Beach, Dallas and Miami- Hialeah all had year-to-date RevPAR gains of between 13% and 14%, while Washington has been by far the poorest-performing
loan for the property’s renovation, which started earlier this year. SBE and CIM are looking to benefit from a Miami- Hialeah market where revenue per available room through the first nine months of the year jumped 13% from a year earlier, according