According to the Las Vegas Visitor and Convention Authority Las Vegas saw the volume of visitors decrease by 0.2% in August 2018, falling from 3,562,900 visitors in August 2017 to 3,555,200 arrivals in August 2018.
Las Vegas had 147,244 hotel rooms in August and achieved an average city-wide room occupancy of 87.7%, an ADR of $115.67, (up 2.1% compared with August 2017) and a RevPar of $101.44, up 1.1%, also compared with August 2017.
Through the first eight months of 2018 Las Vegas saw a 1.1% decrease in the volume of visitors, falling from 28,547,800 arrivals in the first eight months of 2017 to 28,232,600 visitors in the same eight months of 2018.
Las Vegas achieved an average city-wide room occupancy of 88.9% in the first eight months of 2018, an ADR of $127.28, (down 0.3% compared with August 2017) and a RevPar of $113.06, down 1.5%, also compared with the same eight months of 2017.
Jim Hepple is an Assistant Professor at the University of Aruba and is Managing Director of Tourism Analytics.