What’s in the Mews Data Dive?
The Mews Data Dive examines ten key areas that affect all hoteliers. They are:
- Domestic travel
- Online check-in and kiosk usage
- RevPAR and ADR
- Booking lead times
- Additional bookable services
- Hotel staff
- Rate types
After two incredibly difficult years (for reasons we don’t need to go over again), occupancy is almost back at 2019 levels. For certain regions – for instance Spain, France, Germany, the Netherlands and the UK – occupancy levels have already reached parity, and the same is true for particular accommodation types such as apartment rentals.
When we look at month-on-month performance, there’s also a positive trend from January through to June, which is broadly what we’d expect to see. Hotels and hostels follow a similar pattern of filling up as the year progresses, while occupancy in serviced apartments also increases as we reach the summer, albeit at a slower pace thanks to strong, consistent performances during the winter.