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Occupancy slumps to 12.6%

According to travel research firm STR, the occupancy rate for the small number of hotels that were open in the Republic of Ireland in April was 12.6%.bedroom2

STR data has revealed that the hotel occupancy rate in Dublin decreased 85% last month from the figure for April of 2019 to 16.2% due to the COVID-19 crisis while occupancy in regional Ireland decreased by 80%,.
 Meanwhile, revenue per available room (RevPAR) declined 90% in Dublin last month from the figure for April of last year to €11.54, and the average daily room rate in the capital dropped over 30% from the figure for April of 2019 to €91.83. In regional Ireland, RevPAR decreased 86% last month from April of 2019 to €13.47 while the average daily room rate declined 31% to €83.28.
 
 

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