Monday Report
Corrected - Hospitality & Economic Development November 26th, 2007


Corrected - Hospitality - October 2007

Looks like when I did a sort, some of the numbers got jumbled!

Sorry, I hate to make mistakes!

Really embarrassing!

Bob S

  • The "Top Three" largest markets represent almost 50% of the Statewide room nights.
  • South Valley Salt Lake County shows the highest RevPAR at $73.86 and the second highest occupancy rate at 67.4%.
  • Cedar City has the lowest RevPAR at $43.33.
  • Utah Mountain Resorts have the highest Average Room Rate ($116.73), but the lowest Occupied Percentage rate (40.0%).
  • July 2007 registered the highest state-wide Occupancy Rate at 82.9 with April claiming the lowest at 62.7%.
  • State- wide occupancy rates are the lowest in January, April, May, November and December with Average room rates the lowest in April, May, June and November.
  • Meeting Planners Note: The months you should be planning your meetings and conventions are April, May, June and November!
  • Economic Development Planners Note: You should be encouraging local events, meetings and conventions only during the months of April, May, June and November!

Source: Rocky Mountain Lodging Report, October 2007

Utah Lodging Report - October 2007

Rank by Room Night Market ShareLocationRoom NightsMarket Share% OccupiedAverage Room RateRevenue per Occupied Available Room
1Downtown and East Salt Lake City151,62628.0% 74.2% $99.60$73.86
2South Valley Salt Lake County58,68310.8% 67.4% $86.77$58.47
3Utah Mountain Resorts53,5909.9% 40.0% $116.73$46.66
4Salt Lake City Airport51,9829.6% 70.4% $83.11$58.50
5Utah County48,2868.9% 64.9% $87.19$56.62
6St George42,1407.8% 68.7% $86.94$59.71
7Davis County33,0066.1% 72.3% $78.28$56.62
8Other Utah27,0105.0% 69.9%$75.05 $52.49
9Ogden23,0774.3%61.6%$80.49 $49.54
10Cedar City22,5604.2% 60.2%$72.02 $43.03
11West Valley City15,7792.9% 75.2%$79.55 $59.85
12Logan14,3192.6%65.0%$69.52 $45.18
-Combined Totals542,058100% 66.8%$89.56 $59.81

Source: Rocky Mountain Lodging Report, October 2007

Thanks to Kent Sulser Manager of Davis County Community & Economic Development for noticing and letting me know!


Hospitality Industry

Reported #'s Wrong!

Bob Springmeyer

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