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Major U.S. hotel markets: annual results--2004-2006 forecast: regional performance.

MAJOR U.S. HOTEL MARKETS
Annual Results--2004-2006 Forecast
Regional Performance

                                 Occupancy

                                            2006
                          2004    2005    Forecast
New England and the
Middle Atlantic Cities
  All Hotels             70.0%   71.6%      72.6%    $
  Full-Service           70.8%   72.4%      73.3%    $
Limited-Service          65.8%   67.0%      68.3%    $

North Central Cities
  All Hotels             59.89%  61.2%      62.1%    $
  Full-Service           62.3%   63.7%      63.7%    $
  Limited-Service        56.5%   58.2%      60.0%    $

South Atlantic Cities
  All Hotels             66.8%   68.7%      69.5%    $
  Full-Service           68.2%   69.6%      69.3%    $
  Limited-Service        64.8%   67.4%      69.7%    $

South Central Cities
  All Hotels             59.3%   65.0%      66.2%    $
  Full-Service           61.0%   65.5%      65.7%    $
  Limited-Service        57.5%   64.5%      66.8%    $

Mountain and Pacific
Cities
  All Hotels             67.6%   70.9%      72.3%    $
  Full-Service           69.3%   72.7%      73.2%    $
  Limited-Service        64.4%   67.7%      70.6%    $

All Cities
  All Hotels             65.0%   67.6%      68.7%    $
  Full-Service           67.1%   69.4%      69.6%    $
  Limited-Service        61.8%   65.0%      67.2%    $

                                 Average Daily Rate

                                                        2006
                           2004            2005        Forecast
New England and the
Middle Atlantic Cities
  All Hotels             137.16   $       150.56  $     161.04
  Full-Service           151.82   $       166.89  $     179.21
Limited-Service           87.77   $        95.74  $     101.01

North Central Cities
  All Hotels              84.54   $        89.18  $      91.95
  Full-Service           104.40   $       110.56  $     114.65
  Limited-Service         58.11   $        60.94  $      62.37

South Atlantic Cities
  All Hotels              92.98   $       101.97  $     106.14
  Full-Service           115.66   $       126.68  $     131.40
  Limited-Service         58.43   $        64.46  $      68.83

South Central Cities
  All Hotels               77.2   $        81.31  $      86.25
  Full-Service            100.6   $       106.40  $     112.95
  Limited-Service         52.74   $        56.13  $      59.93

Mountain and Pacific
Cities
  All Hotels            100.84   $        108.93  $     113.15
  Full-Service          120.31   $        130.13  $     135.51
  Limited-Service        64.05   $         68.88  $      72.08

All Cities
  All Hotels              97.9   $        105.69  $     110.66
  Full-Service          120.00   $        129.95  $     136.37
  Limited-Service        62.24   $         67.06  $      70.62

Sources: Smith Travel Research, Torto Wheaton Research, PKF
Hospitality Research (Spring 2006 Hotel Outlook Forecast)
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