Economy extended-stay hotels reported revenue per available room (RevPAR) of $29.78 in April, according to The Highland Group’s “U.S. Extended-Stay Lodging Bulletin: April 2020.” This was about double the luxury hotel segment, based on figures from STR, the industry statisticians. When compared with the other extended-stay segments, RevPAR for economy extended-stay hotels fell 18% when compared with April 2019. Mid-price extended stay saw a year-over-year RevPAR decline of 55.8% while upscale extended stay dropped 76.3%.  All extended-stay hotel segments reported higher occupancy than the U.S. hotel average in April 2020, with YOY declines of 12.3% for the economy segment, 39.5% for mid-price and 66.1% for upscale. Mark Skinner, partner at The Highland Group, said extended-stay hotels, especially the economy segment, should continue to demonstrate RevPAR loss resilience during the foreseeable future.  Average Daily Rate (ADR) losses were lower than the 44.4% decline STR reported for the overall hotel industry.