Market Reports

Singapore Hotel Industry Reports 5.3 Percent Decrease in Occupancy for June 2016

Average rate drops 5.5 Percent

STR's preliminary June 2016 data for Singapore indicates rising supply and negative overall performance.

Based on daily data from June, Singapore reported the following in year-over-year comparisons:
an increase in supply (+4.3%) and a decrease in demand (-1.3%); a 5.3% decrease in occupancy to 76.6%; a 5.5% decrease in average daily rate (ADR) to SGD265.92; and a 10.5% decrease in revenue per available room (RevPAR) to SGD203.57.

According to STR analysts, the impact of consistent supply growth in Singapore is reflected in the country's hotel performance. In addition, there were no larger conferences after the first week of June that could drive demand higher.

STR will release actual June 2016 results during the week of 25 July. 

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