The Canadian hotel industry reported a drop in all three performance metrics during the week 24-30 April 2011, according to data from STR.

Year-on-year, the Canadian hotel industry ended the week with a 4.3% decrease in occupancy to 60.3%, a 1.5% decrease in average daily rate (ADR) and a 5.7% drop in revenue per available room (RevPAR) to C$73.78 (US$76.6).

The Canadian provinces, which reported occupancy increases, include Prince Edward Island, where occupancy increased 13.9% to 48.3%, and Alberta, which saw occupancy rates increase 2.9% to 63.1%.

Saskatchewan reported a slight increase in ADR, rising 0.7% to C$121.58 while Prince Edward Island achieved the largest RevPAR increase, reporting a rise of 4.2% to C$38.53.