Istanbul, Turkey, reported the largest occupancy increase, rising 23.9 percent to 65.2 percent, followed by Bratislava, Slovakia, with a 15.7-percent increase to 55.5 percent.
Madrid, Spain, fell 16.3 percent in occupancy to 47.6 percent, reporting the only double-digit occupancy decrease for the month.
London, United Kingdom, increased 60.6 percent in ADR to EUR199.27, achieving the largest increase in that metric. Geneva, Switzerland, followed with a 19.2-percent increase to EUR260.61.
Madrid (-7.8 percent to EUR67.98) and Zurich, Switzerland (-7.6 percent to EUR174.20), posted the largest ADR decreases for the month.
Five markets experienced RevPAR increases of 20 percent or more: London (+61.2 percent to EUR163.52); Istanbul (+39.8 percent to EUR99.76); Geneva (+32.8 percent to EUR151.77); Berlin, Germany (+20.5 percent to EUR60.62); and Reykjavik, Iceland (+20.0 percent to EUR117.37).
Madrid fell 22.9 percent in RevPAR to EUR32.36, posting the largest decrease in that metric.