According to new data from TravelClick’s May 2017 North American Hospitality Review (NAHR), this marks an ongoing trend from earlier in the year. ADR for transient business travel in the second quarter, for example, is up 1.9 percent, but bookings are down -2.5 percent. Similarly, ADR for the group segment is up 0.9 percent, but occupancy is down -3.5 percent. The transient leisure segment continues to hold strong, with positive gains in both ADR and bookings, up 1.0 percent and 3.2 percent, respectively. “Our latest data indicates that North American hoteliers are still dealing with dips in occupancy across the board, with bookings down -0.7 percent for all travel segments in the second quarter,” said John Hach, TravelClick’s senior industry analyst. “Future booking trends indicate that the inconsistency will likely continue throughout the upcoming summer travel season.” Get the full story at TravelClick