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Longmont April lodging rates consistent with last year

Occupancy and prices comparable to statewide trends
The Hilton Garden Inn in Longmont. (Courtesy photo)

Longmont lodging occupancy was slightly higher than the state average in April.

According to the April Rocky Mountain Lodging Report, 62.8% of rooms were occupied in Longmont in April compared to 61% statewide. Rates in Longmont were just over $100 a night, while they averaged $156.76 statewide.

Through the first four months of 2023, occupancy rates in Longmont are slightly up at 58.8% compared to 57.1% this time last year. This reflects statewide trends, with occupancy at 61.3% in Colorado through the first third of the year compared to 59.2% last year.

At the same time, average daily rates in Longmont are slightly down through the first four months of the year, averaging $97 a night compared to $100 this time last year. Statewide, lodging rates have actually gone up through the first four months, from $180.72 last year to $191.70.

April was the first month of the year that lodging occupancy was down statewide from the same month the previous year — from 61.7% in April 2022 to 61% in April 2023. However, daily rates are up from $149 in April 2022 to $156.76 in April 2023 statewide.

In Longmont, rates were nearly the same this April as they were the same month last year.

Amy Golden

About the Author: Amy Golden

Amy Golden is a reporter for the Longmont Leader covering city and county issues, along with anything else that comes her way.
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