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STR also said each of the US’ key performance metrics are at all-time highs on a 12-month moving average basis STR also said each of the US’ key performance metrics are at all-time highs on a 12-month moving average basis

100 Straight Months of US Hotel RevPAR Growth -- STR

June was the US hotel industry’s 100th consecutive month of growth in revenue per available room (RevPAR), according to data from global data benchmarking company STR.

The 100-month streak is still one year shy of the longest overall expansion cycle in industry history, which lasted 112 months from December, 1991 through March, 2001. However, since RevPAR decreased by 0.4 percent in August 1998, the industry’s current run of 100 straight months of positive RevPAR comparisons is the longest.

The country’s last month with a decrease in the key hotel industry performance metric came in February 2010, when RevPAR dropped by 3.8 percent.

STR’s latest forecast calls for RevPAR growth of 2.9 percent for this year and 2.4 percent for 2019.