Abu Dhabi hotels post record occupancy in June-

Publish July 14, 2021
tourism

Abu Dhabi’s hotel industry has reported its highest occupancy since the start of the pandemic, according to preliminary June 2021 data from STR, a leading provider of analytics and marketplace insights for global hospitality sectors.

• Occupancy: 68.5%
• Average daily rate (ADR): AED319.95 ($87)
• Revenue per available room (RevPAR): AED219.18 ($59.6)

The absolute occupancy level was the highest for any month in Abu Dhabi since February 2020, while the absolute RevPAR was the market’s highest since February 2021.

Year-over-year percentage increases are substantial because of the comparison with the months most affected by the pandemic in 2020.

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