Analysis: Hotel Occupancy Levels Expected to Hit 30-Year High by 2016

Limited new development in the hotel sector is expected to push national hotel occupancy rates to their highest level in 30 years, according to a report from financial and professional service firm JLL.

JLL projected that hotel occupancy would approach 65 percent by 2016, resulting in growth for the average daily rate (ADR) for rooms charged in the industry.

Dan Hansen, president and CEO of  (NYSE: INN), said the report underscores the strong demand and occupancy gains he sees across his company’s portfolio.

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