Compared with the three key performance metrics from Q3 2015, Europe reported a 0.5% decrease in occupancy to 77.7%. However, a 2.0% increase in average daily rate (ADR) to EUR119.17 resulted in revenue per available (RevPAR) growth of 1.5% to EUR92.58. Amsterdam, Netherlands, posted declines across the three key performance indicators due to a strong comparison base. Occupancy dropped 2.4% to 85.6%; ADR fell 1.2% to EUR134.92; and RevPAR declined 3.6% to EUR115.55. This performance, however, follows an exceptionally strong 2015, as the market recorded an 18.9% RevPAR increase in Q3 2015. Despite an overall year-over-year performance decline, Amsterdam maintained its highest September year-to-date actual ADR (EUR137.83) since 2001. Paris, France, continued to feel the effects of security concerns in the country and the July terrorist attack in Nice. The market reported double-digit drops in occupancy (-15.2% to 71.6%) and RevPAR (-13.9% to EUR182.35), while ADR rose 1.5% to EUR254.55. September marked Paris’ 14th consecutive month of occupancy and RevPAR declines. Contrarily, ADR has fluctuated. Get the full story at Travel Daily UK