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Destination Travel Trends After early gains, length of stay has dropped sharply during 2022.

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 Nov 14, 2022

After gaining an average of 1.49 nights in 2021 compared to 2019, length of stay (LOS) of bookings has dropped sharply over the course of 2022, regardless of arrival date or day of the week. Bookings made in October were just 0.09 nights longer than in 2019, and average LOS for 2022 is up just 0.3 nights versus 2019, almost completely reversing the pandemic trend. Return-to-office, high room rates, and economic headwinds are contributing factors and suggest opportunities to extend stays with value-add and other incentives.

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