How do you calculate RevPAR?


One way to figure out the revpar for a hotel is to add together the total room revenue for a given period, any net discounts, sales tax and meals then divide that by the number of rooms available at that same given time. For other ways to calculate check this out
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RevPar, the revenue per available room, is calculated by dividing the revenue for a given period by the number of rooms that were available during that same period.
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