Occupancy advanced 0.5 percentage points to 65.9%, while the average daily rate rose 2.1% to almost $127 a night. Occupancy and rate rose even though room inventory expanded 1.8% last year. RevPAR in Hurricane Harvey-ravaged Houston rose more than 10% last year, as a 12% jump in room demand outpaced the city's 4.7% increase in room supply. Orlando and Tampa/St. Petersburg had the second- and fourth-fastest demand growth rates among the 25 largest hotel markets, with RevPAR increases of 10% and 5.5%, respectively. Detroit's 6% RevPAR growth rate made the city the third-fastest-growing U.S. market in terms of hotel room demand. Get the full story at Travel Weekly