Hotels in Canada

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Statista dossier on the Canadian hotel industry

This dossier presents a range of statistics and facts about the Canadian hotel industry.

Table of contents

  • 1. Hotel market overview
    • Hotel accommodation revenue in Canada 1999-2015

    • Forecast: operating revenue hotel and motor hotels Canada 2008-2020

    • Occupancy rate of hotels in Canada 1995-2016

    • Monthly occupancy rate of hotels in Canada 2014-2017

    • Revenue per available room of hotels in Canada 2000-2016

    • Monthly average revenue per available room of hotels in Canada 2015-2017

  • 2. Average daily rates
    • Average daily rate (ADR) of hotels in Canada 1995-2016

    • Value per room in the Canadian hotel industry 2006-2019

    • Value per room growth in the Canadian hotel industry 2006-2019

    • Monthly average daily rate of hotels in Canada 2015-2017

    • Quarterly average daily rate in hotels in Vancouver 2012-2017

    • Quarterly average daily rate in hotels in Toronto 2012-2017

    • Quarterly average daily rate in hotels in Montreal 2012-2017

  • 3. Hotel companies
    • Leading Canadian hotel companies by revenue 2015

    • Hotel companies in Canada by number of hotels 2015

    • Number of Wyndham group hotels worldwide 2009-2016, by region

    • Number of Wyndham group hotel rooms worldwide 2009-2016, by region

    • Number of Choice Hotels International hotels in Canada 2012-2016

  • 4. Customer behavior
    • Best-rated resorts in Canada as of October 2016

    • Best-rated hotels in Canada as of October 2016

    • Average vacation budget of Canadian travelers 2013-2016

    • Influences on winter holiday hotel choice in Canada 2014

  • Language: English
  • Released: April 2016
  • Source(s): Statista
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