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Jax Daily Record Wednesday, Apr. 27, 202204:50 AM EST

Record March for Jacksonville hotels

More than 473,000 rooms were sold generating revenue topping $59.6 million.
by: Max Marbut Associate Editor

The hotel business in Duval County continues to set records, according to data from STR provided April 20 by Visit Jacksonville.

Room revenue for the month was more than $59.6 million, the best March in history. More than 473,000 rooms were sold, equaling the highest number for a single month and 7.3% ahead of March 2021.

The average rate was $125.94 for rooms in Duval County. All areas of town saw an average rate topping $91, the highest being $185.67 at the Beaches properties, 29.6% more than March 2021.

Downtown hotels came in second with an average rate of $139.06, 51.3% above last year.

Room revenue for the first three months of 2022 was $136,178,792 – 44.5% higher than the same period in 2021. The average daily rate this year is $110.70, 32% higher than the first three months last year.

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