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Las Vegas Visitor Authority for September: Convention Attendance N/A, Visitor Traffic Down 16% Compared to 2019

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by Calculated Risk on 10/28/2021 04:29:00 PM

From the Las Vegas Visitor Authority: September 2021 Las Vegas Visitor Statistics

With stronger weekends but declines midweek vs. August 2021, September visitation saw
some stabilization at approximately 2.9M visitors (down -2.1% MoM and down -15.5%
from September 2019) after seeing sharper declines in August as the COVID Delta variant

Hotel occupancy reached 73.0% for the month (up 0.2 pts MoM, down -15.3 pts vs.
September 2019), as Weekend occupancy improved month-over-month to 89.1% (up 2.0
pts MoM) while Midweek occupancy declined from the prior month to 66.1% (down -1.7
pts MoM).

September room rates exceeded $155, the highest in the pandemic era, up 11.0% MoM
and up 13.6% vs. September 2019 as RevPAR came in at $113.73, up 11.3% MoM and
down -6.1% vs. September 2019

Click on graph for larger image.

Thist graph shows visitor traffic for 2019 (blue), 2020 (orange) and 2021 (red).

Visitor traffic was down 15.5% compared to the same month in 2019.

There had been no convention traffic since March 2020, but there have been a few conventions since June 2021 (data not available yet).
I’ll add a graph of convention traffic once convention data is available.

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