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Texas hotel occupancy 2Q: 13 metros beat stateTexas hotel occupancy 2Q: 13 metros beat statehttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=62422013-09-24T08:10:00Z2013-09-24T00:00:00Z

TEXAS - In second quarter 2013, 13 of 27 Texas areas exceeded occupancy compared to 2012, according to Source Strategies Inc.

The table below is sorted by 2Q 2013 occupancy. It clearly shows the major effect of oil and gas exploration and production activity. In oil and gas counties statewide, 2Q 2013 occupancy averaged 67.2 percent, up 0.5 points from 66.7 percent in 2012. 

Top 13 Metros Ranked by Occupancy 2Q 2013
  2012 Total 2Q 2013
Metro Area Occ. Rev.* Chg. Occ. Chg. from
2012 total
Rev.* Chg.
Midland 91.3 55.9% 87.5 -3.0 17.9%
San Angelo 73.0 42.6% 83.8 10.5 45.3%
Odessa 90.7 55.0% 81.5 -10.8 -2.6%
Austin-Round Rock 69.2 11.6% 75.5 4.2 16.3%
Lubbock 63.3 7.6% 71.7 4.9 9.9%
College Station-Bryan 61.0 8.7% 71.4 9.6 25.3%
Houston-Sugar Land-
Baytown
64.3 14.3% 68.8 2.3 12.8%
Victoria 71.0 16.3% 68.7 -3.9 -3.3%
Dallas MD 62.7 6.3% 67.8 3.5 10.1%
San Antonio 62.3 6.1% 66.6 -0.4 6.5%
Laredo 70.3 6.6% 66.3 -5.0 -7.3%
Waco 57.6 10.1% 66.2 4.2 8.2%
Amarillo 59.3 5.5% 66.1 2.9 16.1%
State average 62.3 10.2% 66.0 1.2 9.0%

*Revenue

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