Fall lodging revenues were estimated at $417 million, excluding revenue from those in public
campgrounds. Most of the lodging revenues for the fall of 2007 were attributable to guests staying in hotels/motels/B&Bs. Of the $417 million, 92% were from travelers staying in hotels/motels/B&Bs ($381 million), while 7% were from travelers staying in resorts ($28 million). Finally, 2% of lodging revenues were from travelers staying in private campgrounds ($8 million).
The purpose of this report is to summarize the lodging revenues, occupancy, and average daily rates for fall 2007 (September, October, and November) in Minnesota. To arrive at the estimated accommodations revenue, information was gathered from a sample of Minnesota’s lodging industry.
These estimates are for preliminary purposes only and should be viewed as a barometer of fall 2007. The estimates will change when all data has been collected for the year, including public campgrounds, and when we have added any new properties to the roster or removed properties no longer in business. These adjustments will be made at the end of spring 2008.
Minnesota Lodging Revenues Fall 2007 (September – November).
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