The U.S. hotel industry kept on rolling during May. But with new records comes some softening in certain metrics
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Occupancy ended the month at 67.5%, the highest tally ever recorded during May, while demand broke an unprecedented 104 million roomnights, according to data from STR. Annualized occupancy, meanwhile, is still at 65%, which means all key performance indicators are again at new record levels on an annual basis.
By Jan Freitag