Hotel occupancy rates in Kiev fell from 65% in October to 53% in November, in Lviv from 60% to 41%, according to a study by the Hotel Matrix project.
According to the study, in November, the occupancy rate of hotels in Kharkiv also decreased – from 56% to 45%, in Odessa – from 43% to 32% and in Dnipro – from 42% to 36%.
In general, in November, the occupancy rate of hotels in Ukraine was 44%, ADR (average rate) was 2,068 UAH, RevPAR (revenue per available room per day) was 908 UAH.
According to Hotel Matrix, all monitored cities posted a decrease in ADR in November compared to the previous month, with the exception of Dnipro, where the indicator increased by 6% and stood at 4,427 UAH. At the same time, in Odessa, the decline in the indicator was 8.6% (to UAH 1,493), Lviv – 16% (to UAH 2,028), Kiev – 3% (to UAH 2,147), and Kharkiv – 16.5% (to UAH 2,235).
The RevPar in November 2021 in Odessa fell by 31.7%, to 480 UAH, in Lviv – by 44.5%, to 822 UAH, in Kiev – by 1.54%, to 1130 UAH, in Kharkiv – from 33.4%, to 996 UAH, to Dnipro – by 15%, to 1,526 UAH.
Statistical data on Dnipro is presented by the hotel market of four-star and five-star hotels, in Kharkiv by two-star, four-star and five-star hotels. Statistics for Kiev, Odessa and Lviv are presented by three-star, four-star and five-star hotels.
Hotel Matrix is an online hotel analysis product developed by Polish and Ukrainian specialists. It was launched in May 2020. Today, 154 hotels are connected to the Hotel Matrix.
OCCUPANCY OF THE HOTEL, KYIV, LVIV