“The vast majority of the top 25 North American markets are seeing steady, moderate growth in both occupancy and ADR” said Tim Hart, executive vice president, enterprise research and development, TravelClick. “The transient sector continues to outperform the group sector with business travel leading the charge.” 12 Month Outlook (April 2013 – March 2014) When looking at the next 12 months (April 2013 - March 2014), overall committed occupancy is up 3.0 percent versus this time last year, and ADR is showing a healthy gain of 4.1 percent based on reservations currently on the books. The group segment is showing an occupancy increase of 1.9 percent and an ADR gain of 3.8 percent compared to this time last year. Transient bookings are up 5.7 percent year-over-year. For the transient segment, ADR is up—4.2 percent. Drilling further into the transient segment, room nights booked for the transient business segment is ahead of this time last year by 8.6 percent. The transient leisure segment is also up in room nights on the books, but by a more moderate 3.5 percent. In terms of ADR the transient leisure segment is up 4.9 percent, while the transient business segment is up 3.0 percent. Get the full story at TravelClick