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Caribbean Hotel Occupancy Declines Again

 Caribbean hotel occupancy continues to fall in 2016, according to the latest report from data and analytics specialist STR. Regional hotel occupancy fell 2.8 percent in November compared to the same month in 2015, with occupancy for the year now …

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Caribbean Hotel Occupancy Shows Slight Rebound

 After 10 straight months of declining hotel occupancy in the Caribbean, the region finally posted positive, if minimal growth in September, according to the latest numbers from STR. The region posted 54.7 percent occupancy in September (the height of the …

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Caribbean Hotels Occupancy Continues Decline

 Caribbean hotel occupancy fell year-over-year last month for the 10th month in a row, according to hotel analytics firm STR. The region’s occupancy was 66 percent in August, down 2.4 percent from August 2015, although the 2.4 percent drop was …

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 Caribbean hotel occupancy continues to struggle so far in 2016, according to the newest data from STR. The region’s hotels reported hotel occupancy of 64.7 percent in June, down 6.1 percent compared to June 2015. That was the single-largest decline …

 Caribbean hotel occupancy fell in May for the fifth straight month, according to new data from STR, a data and analytics specialist. The region’s hotel occupancy fell by 3.1 percent in May compared to the same month in 2015. Average …

 Above: the Playa Grande Beach Club Caribbean hotels are off to a very slow start so far in 2016, according to new data from hotel analytics firm STR. The region’s hotels reported occupancy of 74 percent in March, down 4.5 …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Following a very strong September, the Caribbean hotel sector saw slower growth in October, according to the latest report from STR. The region’s occupancy was 57.9 percent last month, a 1.2 percent rise over the same …

 Numbers keep rising By the Caribbean Journal staff The Caribbean hotel sector is continuing a very solid 2015, according to the latest report from STR Inc. The region’s hotel occupancy was 75.7 percent in July, a 3.6 percent year-over-year increase …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff After a weak winter and early spring, the Caribbean hotel sector is showing improvement, according to new data from hotel analytics firm STR. The region’s hotel occupancy was 67.1 percent in August, a 1.9 percent …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Caribbean hotel occupancy declined by 2.6 percent in April, the region’s largest monthly decline in almost four years. According to STR’s monthly trend report, Caribbean hotel occupancy finished April at 72.4 percent, down 2.6 percent …

 Above: Jamaica By the Caribbean Journal staff After three months of year-over-year growth to start the year, the Caribbean hotel sector saw a mixed bag of numbers in April, according to data from STR. While hotel occupancy stood at 75 …

 Above: the Laluna hotel in Grenada By Alexander Britell Caribbean hotel occupancy rose 7 percent in 2012, according to year-end data released Wednesday by STR. Regional occupancy stood at 66.3 percent for the year, up from 61.9 percent at the …

 Above: Sandy Lane in Barbados By the Caribbean Journal staff Caribbean hotel occupancy rose 11 percent in October compared to the same period in 2011, according to a report from STR. Occupancy stood at 54.8 percent in the region in …