2023年2月 東京ホテル会 報告

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2023年2月のADR(単価)は3ヶ月連続歴代最高値、ただし現場は阿鼻叫喚 ADR recorded the highest in history for 3 consecutive months. After all, hotel staffs on site have the toughest job.


This is Takabe, organizing the Tokyo Hotel Association.
Here is a summary for Feb 2023.


【OCC records over 7 years】

東京ホテル会 稼働率7年間グラフ


【ADR records over 7 years】

東京ホテル会 ADR(単価)7年間グラフ


【RevPAR records over 7 years】

東京ホテル会 RevPAR7年間グラフ








12月と1月を鑑みますと経済を回す起爆剤としてGo Toトラベルや地域での振興政策や積極的なインバウンド誘致は必須だと感じております。


Thanks to the national travel assistance program and various supports to the industry and also having inbound guests come back, in Feb 2023, ADR recorded the highest in history for 3 consecutive months over the recent 7 years.

Average OCC in February was 83.6%, which is slightly below the figure before Covid from 2016 to 2019.

It is a busy season in February in Tokyo with students taking examinations, business travellers and inbound guests, however, OCC was not as high as usual.

ADR was 11,857yen, which is the best record over the recent 7 years.

RevPAR was 9,915yen, getting closer to the figure before Covid.

Triggered by the national travel assistance program and opening the boader for inbound guests, travel demands accumulated during the pandemic have exploded.
It will be stabilized more with business usages after more workers coming back to the office.

Due to a shortage of staffs and administrative burdens of such as the national travel assistance program, hotel staffs on site have the toughest job.

Hotel industry has been losing power during the long-lasting pandemic.
We really wish the revcovery at the soonest.
It seems that the industry still need political supports such as Go To Travel, special aid at local level and some proactive business promotion to attract inbound guests, after our experiences in Dec 2022 and Jan 2023.

What are your thoughts on this?


高部 彦二


About the Author:

Hikoji Takabe

Worked for a business hotel in Tokyo for about 40 years and during his service, founded the Tokyo Hotel Kai. (Kai means an association in Japanese.)
As a hotel manager and chairman of the Tokyo Hotel Kai, he has witnessed the transition and evolution of accommodation-only hotels in Tokyo, including the bursting of the bubble economy, the Lehman Crisis, the 3.11 Great East Japan Earthquake and the current Covid Pandemic.
With the credo of 'nurturing the people of the future', he is the head of the Shinagawa and Koto Ward Ryokan Association and an executive member of various other organisations, including the Environmental Health Association and the Food Hygiene Association, while also contributing articles to industry newspapers.
He is upholding the theme for data analysis, more 'RevPAR-centric' than occupancy rates and ADR.



About Tokyo Hotel Kai:

The Tokyo Hotel Kai was founded in 1985 as the Tokyo Jonan Hotel Kai with the aim of "contributing to co-existence and co-prosperity and the improvement and development of the hotel industry through the exchange of information and cooperation and friendship", mainly among hotels operating in Shinagawa and Minato wards.
In the midst of the various crises that have hit the industry since then, it has undergone a practical transformation into "an association where each hotel can obtain the information it needs to survive", and in 1998 developed into "Tokyo Hotel Kai" with the participation of hotels in Tokyo.
Under the slogan 'The only way to survive is to compete with each other', the association is engaged in activities such as monthly exchange of hotel operational information, visits to other hotels, seminars, study sessions, and other activities. There are currently 223 participating hotels with a total of 43,429 rooms.