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Cost Per Occupied Room (CPOR)

CPOR stands for Cost Per Occupied Room, a key performance metric in the hospitality industry. It measures the total expenses incurred by a hotel divided by the number of rooms occupied during a specific period. This metric helps hotels evaluate their operational efficiency and profitability, guiding decision-making processes to optimize resources and enhance overall performance.

What is CPOR, and why is it important in the hospitality industry?

CPOR stands for Cost Per Occupied Room. It is a key performance indicator used in the hospitality industry to measure the total operational costs incurred for each occupied room. 

How can hotels effectively reduce their CPOR to improve profitability?

To reduce CPOR, hotels can implement various cost-saving measures such as energy efficiency initiatives, optimizing labor scheduling, negotiating better supplier contracts, and implementing revenue management strategies to maximize revenue per available room. Additionally, investing in technology solutions like chatlyn can streamline operations and reduce administrative costs, ultimately leading to a lower CPOR.

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