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Utah hotels, motels see higher room revenues, occupancy rates

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First Published Mar 02 2012 08:15 am • Last Updated Mar 07 2012 10:00 pm

The Rocky Mountain Lodging Report for January had good news for Utah motel and hotel operators.

Occupancy, daily rates and revenue were up throughout the state.

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The overall occupancy rate rose to 55.5 percent from 54.9 percent in January 2011. The average daily room rate increased from $112.64 to $116.50, while revenue per available room increased from $61.80 to $64.64.

In Salt Lake City the occupancy rate went from 62.6 percent in 2011 to 64.4 percent this past January. Room rates increased from $96.75 to $102.71, while revenue increased from $60.52 per room to $66.14.

A bad snow year didn’t help, Utah mountain resorts said occupancy rates were up from 61.7 percent in 2011 to 65.4 percent this year, with revenue also up, from $255.25 to $276.40.

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