STR's data shows that U.S. occupancy for the first quarter was flat, while nationwide RevPAR and ADR eked out just over 1% growth over the same period.

Similar metrics were mirrored across Marriott International's Q1 earnings call, with the group's North American occupancy falling 0.8 percentage points and the company posting relatively modest RevPAR growth of 0.8% in the region.

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