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Lucas County booking: WASHINGTON COUNTY BOOKINGS UP 7.5% in February, including 5.8% for early booking

August 12, 2021 Comments Off on Lucas County booking: WASHINGTON COUNTY BOOKINGS UP 7.5% in February, including 5.8% for early booking By admin

By JASON SANDERS and MARK GRAYAUSENAssociated PressPosted February 01, 2019 10:16:37It’s no secret that the nation’s capital is struggling.

The U.S. has been struggling to recover from the Great Recession and is struggling to rebuild its infrastructure.

In Washington, D.C., there’s been a dramatic spike in hotel occupancy rates and the number of people trying to get in.

That has been a major factor in Washington’s slow growth rate.

It has also fueled the growth of the D.U.O. The Washington University-based International Monetary Fund has warned that the country is “totally unprepared” to deal with the fallout of the Great Depression, which began in the 1930s.

On Tuesday, the Washington Post reported that the number in Washington who booked a hotel room in February jumped 6.5 percent from the same month a year ago, to 6.2 million.

That jump was due to a spike in the number seeking out rooming houses in the city, and a surge in early-booking.

The Post also reported that there was a 4.8 percent rise in hotel bookings in the District, which is a huge area that was hit hard by the recession.

For the first time since the Great Staggered Recession ended in March 2009, Washington was in the No. 1 spot in the region for hotel occupancy.

That number jumped from 7.7 percent in February to 8.7 in March.

It’s still below the 8.6 percent average over the previous six months, but it’s a significant improvement over the 5.9 percent drop in January.

Washington’s hotel occupancy rate is still lower than the national average, and it’s likely that the rise is the result of a few people trying out hotel rooms in the Capital.

But the numbers show that people are looking to stay at the most affordable hotel available.

A survey by the Washington Hotel Association showed that 48 percent of hotel rooms booked in Washington last month were for $75,000 or less, up from 46 percent in January and 39 percent in December.

That number is significantly higher than in January of this year, when only 27 percent of rooms booked for $50,000-$75,00 were for that price range.

The occupancy rate has been steadily increasing since March, when it was at 5.6, and there are now indications that it could climb even higher this month.

According to the hotel association, there were 8,400 hotel rooms available in the nation on Feb. 9, up nearly 11 percent from February 8.

That’s a huge increase compared to February of this years.

The occupancy rate for the entire country rose from 5.4 percent to 6 percent in the same period.

The average price of a room in Washington has risen to $10,000 from $7,500.

The number of bookings for hotel rooms on the ground in Washington rose slightly, to 7,500 from 7,400.

But overall the occupancy rate rose from 6.9 to 7.4.

Washington has also been seeing a steady increase in hotel rooming occupancy in recent months, according to the Washington Times.

The city was the top-rated place to live in the country for the third straight month, according a survey by real estate company Redfin.

The survey found that Washington’s average price for a room rose from $1,600 in March to $1.9 million in April.

That price increase was the largest of any state.

Other states were in the middle of a similar surge in rooming house occupancy in March, with Utah at $1 million, New Hampshire at $2.2 billion, Florida at $3.2 trillion and Michigan at $4.6 trillion.

It’s also not the only region where Washington’s occupancy rate jumped in the past six months.

The nation’s second-largest city, New York, has also seen an increase in occupancy rates.

In February, New Yorkers were booking more than 6.4 million rooms, more than double the rate from a year earlier.

New Yorkers have also been booking more room than they have in any month in years, according, according Topps and other market research firms.

In the first six months of 2019, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Florida had the highest occupancy rates of any major metropolitan area.

For example, in the second quarter of 2019 alone, New England’s occupancy rates rose 4.5 percentage points, to 18.4%, compared to the same quarter last year, according the U.K.-based firm.

The most expensive cities in the United States, by occupancy rate, are the five with the largest cities: Denver, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami and Boston.