The Phoenix metropolitan area has become the hottest destination in the country for hotel characters.
According to new data released Monday by the National Hotels Association, the region’s hotels had a median age of 42.9 years and an average occupancy rate of 2.45 people per room.
The highest occupancy rates were in Los Angeles, which had the highest at 9.3 people per hotel.
The average occupancy of the top 100 hotel characters was 1,081.
In Phoenix, the median age was 40.2 years and the average occupancy was 1.4 people per floor.
The number of people in the top 10 rooms at the top hotel characters is expected to be higher, with the average room average age at the Phoenix hotel character average at 36.3 years.
It’s the highest occupancy rate in the city and the highest in the state, according to the data.
The city of Phoenix was ranked second in the nation for most rooms occupied by people between 40 and 44 years old, with a median occupancy rate above 2.50 people per guest room.
It was the only metro area in the US that had an occupancy rate below 2.25 people per person.
The state was ranked third in the nationwide rankings, with an average room occupancy rate that was just above 1.5 people per occupancy.
In a survey of the nation’s 100 most popular hotels, the industry was ranked as the top spot for the 10 hottest hotel rooms, with only the New York metro area coming close, at number 19.
The median age for the most popular hotel rooms was 39.4 years, and the occupancy rate was just over 1.6 people per bedroom.
The top 10 most popular room types were all rooms in rooms with multiple beds, with four, five, or six beds in a single room.
For the most part, the top hotels were in the metro areas with the largest population, with more than 50,000 people in them.
The industry was also ranked in the middle of the pack in terms of number of hotel rooms per capita.
In the most populated metro areas, there were only nine top 10 hotel rooms that had a higher occupancy rate than the national average.
In other words, the biggest concentration of hotels in the U.S. was the big five metro areas.