Room Utilization in the Traveler Accomodation Industry
Both personal and business travel have seasonal patterns that lead to variations in the demand for hotels, motels and other accomodation services. This article examines seasonal fluctuations experiences by Canada's traveller accomodation industry in 1996. It then focuses on monthly variations in hotel and motel occupancy rates according to such factors as location, establishment size and market orientation.
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