As COVID-19 circumstances surged in November, Thanksgiving holiday break tourists weren’t more than enough to keep lodge occupancy from diving throughout the Boulder Valley and Northern Colorado areas previous thirty day period, according to the latest Rocky Mountain Lodging Report released Thursday by the Colorado Hotel and Lodging Association.

Loveland had the fullest resorts in November with an occupancy rate of 45.3%. That’s down from 78.4% in October. The ordinary day-to-day space amount in Loveland was $90.48.

Other nearby towns observed related declines but occupancy prices regionally remained far better in November than the solitary-digit fees recorded throughout the state in the spring.

Longmont hotels posted a November occupancy amount of 26.6% and price tag an common of $77.75 for a night’s keep.

Boulder lodges had been 31.8% entire final thirty day period and could be rented for an typical of $102.47 for every night time.

Greeley lodges posted a 43.7% occupancy amount very last month and rooms averaged $77.89.

Fort Collins lodges had been 34.2% complete in November and rooms expense an average of $92.93.

Motels alongside the U.S. 36 corridor ended up 28.6% occupied and lodgers compensated an regular of $78.80 for a night’s stay.

In Estes Park, motels were being 27% occupied and value an regular of $134.44 for every night.

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