Greeley leads region in hotel occupancy

DENVER — Greeley led Northern Colorado and Boulder Valley in March hotel occupancy, according to the most recent Rocky Mountain Lodging Report by the Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association.

Last month, Greeley posted a hotel occupancy rate of 82.4 percent, well ahead of Boulder with the second highest rate of 74.8 percent.

The association’s monthly report shows hotel occupancy rates of 67.7 percent in Fort Collins, Loveland in 67.4 percent., 67.5 percent along the U.S. Highway 36 corridor, 53.9 percent in Longmont and 32.9 percent in Estes Park.

In March, the average daily room rate in Estes Park was $135.61, Boulder $147.61, Loveland $112.19, Fort Collins $114.51, the U.S. 36 corridor $118.10, Longmont $111.61 and Greeley $103.27.

Statewide, the occupancy rate for the month was 66.3 percent in April with an average daily room rate of $139.

DENVER — Greeley led Northern Colorado and Boulder Valley in March hotel occupancy, according to the most recent Rocky Mountain Lodging Report by the Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association.

Last month, Greeley posted a hotel occupancy rate of 82.4 percent, well ahead of Boulder with the second highest rate of 74.8 percent.

The association’s monthly report shows hotel occupancy rates of 67.7 percent in Fort Collins, Loveland in 67.4 percent., 67.5 percent along the U.S. Highway 36 corridor, 53.9 percent in Longmont and 32.9 percent in Estes Park.

In March, the average daily room rate in Estes Park was $135.61, Boulder $147.61, Loveland $112.19, Fort Collins $114.51, the U.S. 36 corridor $118.10, Longmont $111.61 and Greeley $103.27.

Statewide, the occupancy rate for the month was 66.3 percent in April with an average daily room rate of $139.