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Trends in the hotel industry: United States cities--first three quarters for 2005.

TRENDS IN THE HOTEL INDUSTRY
United States Cities--First Three Quarters for 2005

                          Occupancy                   A.D.R.
NEW ENGLAND AND                     Vari-                       Vari-
MIDDLE ATLANTIC      2005    2004   ance      2005      2004    ance

  Albany            65.6%   65.9%   -0.4%    $98.72    $94.73    4.2%
  Boston            66.4%   65.5%    1.5%   $129.50   $124.15    4.3%
  Edison            61.1%   57.2%    6.8%    $96.91    $94.00    3.1%
  Hartford          64.0%   63.7%    0.4%    $88.03    $84.92    3.7%
  Long Island       70.3%   68.7%    2.3%   $133.42   $132.04    1.0%
  Newark            68.4%   66.4%    3.0%   $104.11   $101.12    3.0%
  New York          81.1%   78.0%    4.0%   $191.98   $168.20   14.1%
  Philadelphia      72.0%   69.6%    3.4%   $104.70    $97.56    7.3%
  Pittsburgh        61.4%   62.0%   -1.1%    $81.73    $78.85    3.7%
  Trenton           61.2%   62.9%   -2.8%   $116.92   $108.46    7.8%
    Subtotal        71.4%   69.5%    2.8%   $139.85   $127.93    9.3%

NORTH CENTRAL
CITIES
  Chicago           65.6%   63.4%    3.6%   $109.20   $102.30    6.7%
  Cincinnati        59.1%   57.1%    3.6%    $75.28    $72.90    3.3%
  Cleveland         59.0%   58.7%    0.5%    $79.34    $75.86    4.6%
  Columbus          61.0%   58.1%    5.0%    $77.91    $73.60    5.9%
  Dayton            59.1%   58.2%    1.6%    $66.09    $62.81    5.2%
  Detroit           59.0%   58.3%    1.3%    $82.76    $80.60    2.7%
  Indianapolis      60.3%   59.7%    1.0%    $83.01    $79.16    4.9%
  Kansas City       60.9%   59.9%    1.6%    $78.61    $74.93    4.9%
  Minneapolis       68.7%   66.0%    4.1%    $88.67    $83.42    6.3%
  Omaha             65.1%   63.5%    2.5%    $75.84    $71.79    5.6%
  St. Louis         62.4%   61.5%    1.6%    $80.56    $76.55    5.2%
    Subtotal        62.7%   61.1%    2.7%    $89.00    $84.28    5.6%

SOUTH ATLANTIC
CITIES
  Atlanta           64.8%   62.0%    4.5%    $80.01    $75.98    5.3%
  Baltimore         71.5%   70.2%    1.8%   $108.87   $104.00    4.7%
  Charlotte         61.0%   56.0%    9.0%    $68.16    $64.92    5.0%
  Columbia, SC      68.9%   65.2%    5.8%    $64.11    $60.26    6.4%
  Fort Lauderdale   75.3%   73.8%    1.9%   $105.71    $93.11   13.5%
  Miami             74.6%   69.5%    7.4%   $133.20   $119.06   11.9%
  Orlando           72.5%   71.5%    1.3%    $94.37    $85.11   10.9%
  Raleigh           63.5%   63.2%    0.5%    $74.79    $71.28    4.9%
  Richmond          63.4%   62.1%    2.1%    $72.36    $69.63    3.9%
  Tampa             69.4%   67.7%    2.5%    $92.17    $83.49   10.4%
  Washington, DC    74.0%   73.1%    1.3%   $132.01   $118.74   11.2%
  West Palm Beach   74.0%   72.4%    2.2%   $149.15   $133.12   12.0%
    Subtotal        70.1%   68.0%    3.0%   $101.83    $92.91    9.6%

SOUTH CENTRAL
CITIES
  Austin            67.9%   60.0%   13.2%    $82.77    $77.98    6.1%
  Dallas            60.6%   57.6%    5.3%    $79.50    $76.22    4.3%
  Fort Worth        65.4%   62.3%    5.0%    $77.90    $71.86    8.4%
  Houston           64.5%   59.2%    9.0%    $77.86    $77.75    0.1%
  Memphis           65.4%   61.1%    7.0%    $72.70    $69.83    4.1%
  Nashville         64.2%   62.5%    2.6%    $81.31    $77.70    4.6%
  San Antonio       70.6%   66.6%    6.1%    $91.34    $85.52    6.8%
    Subtotal        64.7%   60.6%    6.7%    $80.60    $77.26    4.3%

MOUNTAIN AND
PACIFIC CITIES
  Albuquerque       63.7%   61.5%    3.6%    $65.12    $61.47    5.9%
  Denver            65.2%   62.5%    4.3%    $82.85    $76.19    8.8%
  Honolulu          85.6%   79.7%    7.4%   $142.78   $128.18   11.4%
  Los Angeles       76.8%   74.1%    3.7%   $109.08    $99.99    9.1%
  Oakland           63.2%   58.9%    7.3%    $86.70    $84.62    2.5%
  Orange County     75.5%   70.6%    6.8%   $106.90    $98.82    8.2%
  Phoenix           68.1%   64.9%    4.9%   $105.46    $98.31    7.3%
  Portland          65.0%   61.1%    6.4%    $81.36    $76.48    6.4%
  San Diego         75.7%   74.4%    1.8%   $129.25   $118.11    9.4%
  Seattle           71.2%   67.2%    6.0%   $103.44    $97.89    5.7%
  San Francisco     72.8%   69.3%    5.1%   $127.19   $120.99    5.1%
  Tucson            67.3%   63.8%    5.4%    $88.46    $78.48   12.7%
    Subtotal        72.4%   69.1%    4.9%   $108.80   $100.83    7.9%

TOTAL CITIES        68.7%   66.2%    3.9%   $104.49    $96.86    7.9%

                                RevPAR
NEW ENGLAND AND
MIDDLE ATLANTIC       2005      2004    Variance

  Albany             $64.75    $62.40      3.8%
  Boston             $86.03    $81.26      5.9%
  Edison             $59.19    $53.74     10.1%
  Hartford           $56.32    $54.09      4.1%
  Long Island        $93.77    $90.69      3.4%
  Newark             $71.22    $67.15      6.1%
  New York          $155.61   $131.13     18.7%
  Philadelphia       $75.40    $67.94     11.0%
  Pittsburgh         $50.16    $48.91      2.5%
  Trenton            $71.53    $68.25      4.8%
    Subtotal         $99.84    $88.87     12.3%

NORTH CENTRAL
CITIES
  Chicago            $71.69    $64.82     10.6%
  Cincinnati         $44.50    $41.60      7.0%
  Cleveland          $46.82    $44.54      5.1%
  Columbus           $47.50    $42.74     11.1%
  Dayton             $39.04    $36.54      6.9%
  Detroit            $48.85    $46.96      4.0%
  Indianapolis       $50.09    $47.28      5.9%
  Kansas City        $47.89    $44.91      6.6%
  Minneapolis        $60.91    $55.03     10.7%
  Omaha              $49.39    $45.61      8.3%
  St. Louis          $50.30    $47.05      6.9%
    Subtotal         $55.83    $51.47      8.5%

SOUTH ATLANTIC
CITIES
  Atlanta            $51.82    $47.09     10.0%
  Baltimore          $77.80    $72.98      6.6%
  Charlotte          $41.56    $36.33     14.4%
  Columbia, SC       $44.17    $39.26     12.5%
  Fort Lauderdale    $79.57    $68.76     15.7%
  Miami              $99.43    $82.72     20.2%
  Orlando            $68.38    $60.87     12.3%
  Raleigh            $47.51    $45.04      5.5%
  Richmond           $45.91    $43.26      6.1%
  Tampa              $63.98    $56.54     13.1%
  Washington, DC     $97.70    $86.77     12.6%
  West Palm Beach   $110.30    $96.32     14.5%
    Subtotal         $71.34    $63.21     12.9%

SOUTH CENTRAL
CITIES
  Austin             $56.19    $46.78     20.1%
  Dallas             $48.21    $43.88      9.9%
  Fort Worth         $50.95    $44.78     13.8%
  Houston            $50.23    $46.03      9.1%
  Memphis            $47.54    $42.67     11.4%
  Nashville          $52.16    $48.59      7.3%
  San Antonio        $64.51    $56.94     13.3%
    Subtotal         $52.13    $46.81     11.4%

MOUNTAIN AND
PACIFIC CITIES
  Albuquerque        $41.51    $37.82      9.8%
  Denver             $53.98    $47.59     13.4%
  Honolulu          $122.21   $102.15     19.6%
  Los Angeles        $83.78    $74.05     13.1%
  Oakland            $54.76    $49.80     10.0%
  Orange County      $80.68    $69.80     15.6%
  Phoenix            $71.83    $63.82     12.6%
  Portland           $52.89    $46.71     13.2%
  San Diego          $97.80    $87.82     11.4%
  Seattle            $73.69    $65.79     12.0%
  San Francisco      $92.62    $83.81     10.5%
  Tucson             $59.52    $50.09     18.8%
    Subtotal         $78.80    $69.64     13.2%

TOTAL CITIES         $71.83    $64.10     12.1%

Sources: Smith Travel Research, Torto Wheaton Research, PKF Hospitality
Research
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