Orange County opened more new hotel rooms in the first six months of 2016 than any county in California but its future pace will give way to other areas, according to a recent report.

Some 1,100 hotel rooms were added to local inventory through June; some 8,500 more rooms are under construction or in planning, Atlas Hospitality Group in Irvine said.

The hotel consultant and broker’s mid-year survey of hotel development showed other areas will overtake OC in delivery of new rooms.

• Los Angeles County opened only 326 hotel rooms in the first six months of the year but it has nearly 26,600 under construction or in planning.

• San Diego County opened 1,017 rooms year-to-date through June and has 11,400 rooms under construction or in planning.

• Riverside and San Bernardino Counties opened no new rooms in the first half of the year and together have 11,655 rooms under construction or in planning.

The Southern California market overall added 2,421 hotel rooms in the first six months of the year and has 58,100 rooms under construction or in planning.

The statewide report also covers Northern California counties.