Cost per Occupied Room (CPOR)

CPOR, or Cost per Occupied Room, is a financial metric used in the hospitality industry to measure the average cost associated with maintaining and servicing each occupied room in a hotel

CPOR is calculated by dividing total operating expenses by total number of occupied rooms. It considers all expenses directly related to the room’s occupancy, such as cleaning supplies, utilities, staff wages, maintenance, etc.

CPOR helps identify areas where costs can be controlled or reduced without compromising service quality, leading to better resource allocation.

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