South Florida hotel occupancy, rates rise

The new Tempo Hotel in downtown Miami

South Florida hotel occupancy and room rates rose last week, according
to data from Smith Travel Research. Miami-Dade County’s occupancy was
the region’s highest, at 68 percent, up from 66.9 percent, while Broward
County’s occupancy rose to 60.5 percent from 58.5 percent. South
Florida’s most expensive average room rate is also in Miami-Dade County,
at $116.33 per night. Occupancy rose nationally to 70.2 percent last
week. [SFBJ]

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