By the numbers


Extended stay RevPAR up

Extended-stay hotel RevPAR exceeded its 2007 nominal high in 70 percent of the 100 largest hotel markets in the U.S. in 2013.

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2013 compared to 2012

Declines in RevPAR in 2013 compared to 2012 were reported in 20 percent of the country’s largest markets.


Construction ramps up

The construction of extended-stay hotel rooms approached 17,000 units, the highest since 2009.


Room supply on the rise

Supply of rooms should increase 4 percent in 2014, but in more than half of the 100 largest markets, no new rooms are being built.

Source: The Highland Group

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