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Hotel Statistics (Preliminary

)
Updated 30 Sep 2011

Jan
2011

Maximum Room Nights

1

Paid Lettings

Available Room Nights2

Gross Lettings (Room Nights)3

Feb
2011

Mar
2011

Apr
2011

May
2011

Jun
2011

Jul
2011

Aug
2011

Sep
2011

1,135,756 1,022,265 1,091,220 1,029,919 1,053,898 1,020,249 1,056,766 1,035,786

902,969

827,674

918,347

854,490

864,302

1,104,108 1,001,302 1,067,480 1,004,160 1,026,927

875,089

Oct
2011

Nov
2011

Dec
2011

(e)

Jan-Aug
Year-On-Year
2011
% Change

8,445,859

15.8

961,157

842,322

7,046,349

17.5

997,383 1,038,222

999,858

8,239,439

16.4

910,083

833,421

924,620

860,625

870,865

881,064

967,703

847,561

7,095,943

17.4

82

83

87

86

85

88

93

85

86

0.7

208.6

191.8

223.4

207.0

213.4

221.5

236.5

204.8

1,707.1

34.3

Standard Average Room Rate (ARR)5 ($)

228.10

229.70

241.60

240.50

245.00

251.30

244.30

241.40

240.30

14.3

Revenue per Available Room (Revpar)6 ($)

188.00

191.20

209.30

206.10

207.80

222.00

227.70

204.60

206.90

15.2

Standard Average Occupancy Rate (AOR)4 (%)

Total Room Revenue ($ m)

Definitions
Room lettings paid for by hotel guests
2
Available room nights = Maximum rooms - Rooms under renovation, for staff use, others
3
Gross lettings (Room Nights) = Adjusted Paid lettings + Complimentary lettings
4
Standard AOR = [Gross lettings (Room Nights) / Available room nights] x 100
5
Standard ARR = Total room revenue / Gross lettings
6
Revpar = AOR x ARR
7
% Point Change (AOR)
(e)
Figures for the hotel industry are preliminary estimates
1

Note: STB has recently obtained data from the five IR hotels, which have been gazetted since Aug 2010. With immediate effect, their data has been incorporated into the gazetted hotel statistics.

7 Mar 84 86 88 87 380.00 19.20 13.7 115.7 183.10 13.60 22.30 13.7 113.3 186.30 12.70 11.50 13.50 20.80 13.70 14.10 16.2 231.0 162.5 301.20 24.50 11.60 16.40 17.1 195.3 274.00 12.50 5.2 270.50 14.40 16.90 7.60 19.7 79.80 9.10 14.5 174.8 281.6 95.0 Jul 85 94 94 93 380.90 4.Includes hotels in the budget segment and are generally located in outlying areas .Includes hotels in the luxury segment and are predominantly in prime locations and/or in historical buildings Upscale . The response rate across the tiers may vary.00 14. The current hotel tiers published are based on the hotels’ performance in 2010.2 273.2 176.00 9.50 12.70 21.0 May 76 85 88 85 399.6 250.7 111.80 8.4 163.30 20.60 9.60 10.0 Jan 74 83 85 81 400.00 26.30 13.20 16.6 305.50 11.00 24.4 Apr 77 86 89 87 390.80 11.50 14.2 111.5 96.20 16.70 -3.4 Jun 80 89 90 88 394.Includes hotels in the upscale segment and are generally in prime locations or hotels with boutique positioning in prime or distinctive location Mid-Tier .0 153.80 14.60 24.0 102.30 12.4 220.40 12.90 14.7 90.4 110.10 27. based on returns as at 13 Sep 2011. Luxury .2 235.4 108.4 165.3 Luxury Upscale % S$ Mid-Tier % S$ Economy % S$ Luxury % S$ Upscale % S$ Mid-Tier % S$ Economy % S$ % (e) Sep Oct Nov Dec Note: The hotel tiering system is a reference system developed by the Singapore Tourism Board (STB) to categorise the different hotels in Singapore into tiers based on a combination of factors that include average room rates.8 Feb 79 84 86 78 388.6 176.60 2.30 17.5 191.00 4.60 15.9 103.9 Aug 74 88 84 84 365.0 101.8 243.Includes hotels in the mid-tier segment and are primarily located in prime commercial zones or immediately outlying areas Economy .0 224.8 149.1 83.00 15.4 150.80 4.5 276. Figures for the hotel industry are preliminary estimates.70 12. location and product characteristics.6 108.80 18.1 96.8 274.6 258.70 13.1 324.10 12.20 8.10 18.00 18.30 11.7 101.00 24.50 7.10 19.3 187.8 304.0 319.10 12.80 11.9 165.0 269.9 295.10 15.3 237.8 306.7 274.2 232.40 8.2 185.1 92.5 181.2 316.20 20.1 265.8 184.80 14.Hotel Statistics by Tier (Preliminary) Updated 30 Sep 2011 Standard Average Occupancy Rate Year Standard Average Room Rate Mid-Tier Economy Revenue Per Available Room (RevPar) Luxury Upscale % % % % S$ 2011 (Jan-Aug) 79 87 88 85 387.70 22.3 266.