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Sydney hotels led April profitability recovery in APAC

Sydney hotels profitabilityAmong key hotel markets in the Asia Pacific region, Sydney’s gross operating profit per available room (GOPPAR) level came closest to its 2019 comparable, according to STR‘s April 2022 P&L data release. 

After coming in at just 51% of 2019 GOPPAR levels in March, Sydney posted an April GOPPAR of US$52.08, which was 82% of the pre-pandemic comparable.

Also reporting significant month-over-month improvement, Singapore posted an April GOPPAR of US$45.56. That level was 54% of the pre-pandemic comparable after the market had reached just 37% using the same comparison in March. Bangkok’s GOPPAR was 27% of the 2019 comparable, up from 13% in March.

While improved, Hong Kong’s GOPPAR remained in negative territory for a fourth straight month. Beijing was the only key market in the Asia Pacific region to show lower profitability from the prior month.

Industry stakeholders interested in Monthly P&L participation should contact MonthlyPnL@STR.com. Those interested in subscribing to reports should contact their account manager or info@STR.com.

Key profitability metrics:
TRevPAR – Total revenue per available room
GOPPAR – Gross operating profit per available room
EBITDA – Earnings before interest, income tax, depreciation, and amortization
LPAR – Total labor costs per available room

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