Melb: STR Preliminary June Data

June marked the first month since March that occupancy and RevPAR were above 30% and $40, respectively


Key points:

  • Occupancy: -53.4% to 34.0%

  • ADR: -29.4% to $119.14

  • RevPAR: -67.1% to $40.52

Melbourne showed slightly higher hotel performance in June 2020 but the same significant level of year-over-year declines, according to preliminary data from STR.


Comparison with June 2019:

  • Occupancy: -53.4% to 34.0%

  • ADR: -29.4% to $119.14

  • RevPAR: -67.1% to $40.52

Higher weekend demand from leisure travelers has helped push performance levels slightly above the consistent demand of quarantined returning travelers. June marked the first month that occupancy and RevPAR were above 30% and $40, respectively, since March.


July’s performance is likely to be negatively impacted as Melbourne and Victoria have reinstated stage 3 stay-at-home restrictions through mid-August.

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