Occupancy was down 0.6 percent to 69.3 percent, average daily rate dropped 0.5 percent to $133.34 and revenue per available room declined 1.2 percent to $92.35. This was the first time RevPAR declined at U.S. hotels in consecutive months since December 2009 and January 2010.

Group occupancy was down 8.6 percent year over year, due in large part because of the Jewish holiday calendar shift from September 2018.