Figures released on Sunday showed hotel occupancy, average daily rates and revenues all dipped in September compared to the same month in 2011 The average daily rate for a hotel in the UAE was Dhs599.
What does ADR stand for?
ADR stands for Average Daily Rate
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We have 297 other meanings of ADR in our Acronym Attic
- Automatic Data Relay
- Automatic Defect Removal (Key Technology)
- Automatic Defect Review (semiconductors)
- Automatic Delivery Report
- Automatic Deployment Rule (computing)
- Automatic Diagnostic Repository (Oracle Database)
- Automatic Dialogue Replacement
- Automatic Digital Relay
- Automatic Distributed Refresh (Brio Technology)
- Average Daily Range
- Average Dispersion Rate
- Advanced Digital Radio Plus
- Addictive Disorders Regulatory Authority
- Administrative Dispute Resolution Act of 1990
- Adventist Development and Relief Agency
- Agence Adventiste d'Aide et de Développement (French)
- Agencia Adventista para el Desarrollo y Recursos Asistenciales (Peru)
- Agencia de Desarollo y Recursos Asistenciales de la Iglesia Adventista de Guatemala (Agency of Development and Welfare Resources of the Adventist Church of Guatemala)
- Alternative Dispute Resolution Act
- American Dream Restoration Act
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hotel performance improved last week, with occupancy, average daily rates and revenue per available room all up from their levels during the same period last year, according to the latest data from Smith Travel Research.
The average daily rate last November was $378, according to figures compiled by PKF Consulting.
1 percent during the week, and the average daily rate was down 4.
The average daily rate edged upward about a buck from July to $285.
8 percent increase in average daily rate (ADR) to $112.
occupancy, average daily rate and revenue per available room rose during the week of Sept.
The New York City lodging market ended 2001 with an overall occupancy of 73% and average daily rate of $192 -- far short of the remarkable numbers achieved in 2000, when city occupancies hovered well above 80% and average rates were over $220.