Aruba Hotel & Tourism Association (AHATA) published the occupancy and rates for June 2019. Tisa LaSorte, AHATA’s CEO, informed that the results of June were better than May.
For June 2019 Aruba’s average occupancy was 82.9% which is higher than the previous month and 3.2% more than June 2018. The ADR is 4.1% which is higher than June 2018, reaching $232.96. The RevPAR was $193.07 which is an increase of 8.3% compared to last year.
Comparing the first 6 months of 2019 vs 2018, the occupancy is a bit lower with a 0.2% difference and an average of 86.2%. The ADR grew with 8% and the RevPar with 7.8%. Aruba’s tourism is experiencing elevated demand, consequently the majority of the hotels can charge a higher rate even in the low season.
The data is based on 17 member hotels: Amsterdam Manor Beach Resort, Barceló Aruba, Boardwalk Hotel, Brickell Bay Beach Club, Bucuti & Tara Beach Resort, Divi & Tamarijn All-Inclusive, Eagle Aruba Resort, Holiday Inn Resort Aruba, Hyatt Regency Aruba, Manchebo Beach Resort, Marriott Aruba & Stellaris Casino, The Mill Resort, Renaissance Aruba Resort, The Ritz-Carlton, RIU Palace, RIU Antillas and Talk of the Town.
Posted on Jul 15, 2019