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Down week for Miami-Dade hotels

The numbers for this year's Super Bowl week are in, and Miami-Dade hotels saw a big drop as expected.

For the week of Feb. 6-12, the area suffered the biggest drop in occupancy, average daily rate and revenue per available room among the top 25 markets, according to figures released Friday by Smith Travel Research. (Last year's game was on Feb. 7)

Compared to 2010, occupancy fell 6 percent to 77.2 percent; average daily rates dropped 17.4 percent to $175.32 and revenue per available room was down 22.3 percent to $135.39.

In Dallas, which hosted this year’s Super Bowl on Feb. 6, average daily rates increased over the previous year by nearly 16 percent to $111.20

 

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Orlando MCO

All the talks about SuperBowl!! What about soccer?

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