STR reports hotel rates in China are higher than 2019 levels during Lunar New Year

The ADR reached CNY766.95 during the holiday season (January 31 to February 6), 9.6% higher than the pre-pandemic comparable of the festival period in 2019 (CNY699.47).


According to preliminary data from STR, the hotel industry in mainland China exceeded its average daily rate (ADR) comparable to that of 2019 for the Lunar New Year, even with a significantly lower occupancy rate.

The country’s ADR reached CNY766.95 during this year’s holiday period (January 31-February 6), 9.6% higher than the pre-pandemic comparable of the festival period in 2019 (699. CNY47).

“A stronger recovery in ADR is in line with our expectations for the Lunar New Year period this year, with overall rates being driven by the upper classes,” said Christine Liu, STR’s regional director for North Asia. . “Historically, the Lunar New Year has lowered demand in Tier 1 markets, with most travelers visiting family or vacationing in suburban or rural areas. This year is obviously unique with the Beijing Olympics and continued COVID restrictions across the country. »

On Wednesday, February 2, the market’s ADR peaked at CNY 830.21. Daily occupancy in the market hovered in the 30% range for most of the holiday period, then hit 36.6% on Friday February 4th. This was up from the comparable day in 2021 (34.5%) but significantly below 2019 (71.4%).

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