Local hotels once again saw higher daily rates and revenue per available room on lower occupancy levels in August, CBRE Hotels said.
Countywide, ADR and RevPAR rose 4.8% and 3.6% to $217.80 and $183.93, respectively; occupancy dipped about 1 percentage point to 84.5%.
Year-to-date ADR rose 2% to $203.22; RevPAR increased 1.4% to $165.79; and occupancy was down 0.7% to 81.6%.
CBRE Hotels tracks OC numbers in seven submarkets: Anaheim, Costa Mesa, the Airport area, North OC, South OC, Newport Beach, and Huntington Beach.
Leading gains was Anaheim, with double-digit increases in ADR and RevPAR of 11% and 10%, respectively, to $207.50 and $176.90. Occupancy dipped 1.2% to 85.3%.
Costa Mesa saw a 5% drop each in occupancy and RevPAR to 79.7% and $111.36, respectively, while ADR was flat at $139.82.
Despite experiencing declines, Newport Beach was tops in all three categories: ADR dipped 1.2% to $376.09, occupancy declined 0.2% to 87.9% and RevPAR was down 1.4% to $330.60.
North Orange County had the lowest figures, with ADR of $129, up 2.2%; occupancy of 81.2%, down 1.8%; and RevPAR of $104.77, up 0.5%.