Victoria Tourism Bulletins

Victoria Tourism Bulletins

92.62% occupancy for Victoria is the highest average monthly rate for the City that we have ever seen. Some factors affecting performance for August include the impact of the forest fires and smoke in the interior of BC diverting travel to the island as well as great weather. We also saw strong growth in the Average Daily Rate which increased by $24.26 as well as RevPAR , up $26.27, over August of 2017.

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August 31, 2018 by admin

Despite some softening of ferry and cruise ship passenger traffic, Victoria’s accommodation sector experienced an almost 3.7% increase in July occupancy compared to last year and a $28 increase in RevPAR. For the 40 properties participating in the Tourism Bulletin, this increased RevPAR represents an additional $3.84 million in revenue compared to July of last year.

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August 28, 2018 by admin

There are 40 Victoria area hotels that participate in the Tourism Bulletin. The number of these properties reporting a June occupancy rate exceeding 90% increased from 11 in 2017 to 25 in 2018. This increased occupancy rate (7% higher than last year on an overall basis), combined with a $26 increase in ADR, resulted in a $200 RevPAR rate – more than $37 higher than last June.

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July 31, 2018 by admin


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