But industry results and commentary from the recent round of earnings calls indicate occupancy is flattening out and average daily rate growth pace is also slowing. In Europe, occupancy crept up 0.6 percent year over year to 73.9 percent and ADR increased 2.1 percent to €114.33. Asia/Pacific pegged the largest year-over-year occupancy growth, up 1.3 percent to 68.3 percent, but ADR declined 1.1 percent to $96.95. The Americas region reported a 0.4 percent increase in occupancy to 68.7 percent and a 2.2 percent ADR increase to $123.88. In the Middle East and Africa, occupancy decreased 5.5 percent to 62.9 percent and ADR fell 3 percent to $169.99. Pressures from weak corporate transient demand and geopolitical instability weighed on results during the second quarter, and major hoteliers, including Marriott International, Hilton Worldwide and Hyatt Hotels Corp., revised down their full-year growth projections in revenue per available room. Get the full story at Business Travel News