GOPPAR is the abbreviation for gross operating profit per available room, a key performance indicator for the hotel industry.
It gives greater insight in the actual performance of a hotel than the most commonly used RevPAR as it not only considers revenues generated, but also factors in operational costs related with such revenues.
GOPPAR is the total revenue of the hotel less expenses incurred earning that revenue, divided by the available rooms.
GOPPAR does not take into consideration the revenue mix of the hotel, so while it does not allow an accurate evaluation of the room revenue generated it demonstrates the profitability and value of the property as a whole.
- GOPPARis the gross operating profit per available room
- Gross Operating Profitis the net revenue from the hotel after expenses
- Rooms Availableare the rooms available for sale during the time period
1. ^ “Refining the anomalies out of RevPAR”. by Younes, E., Kett, R. : Hospitality Review 8 May 2003 link
2. ^ “Measurements of performance and benchmarking: REVPAR, TREVPAR and GOP PAR”. Hospitality & Catering News. Retrieved 25 February 2015.
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