Cost Per Occupied Room (CPOR)

What is Cost Per Occupied Room (CPOR)?

Cost Per Occupied Room (CPOR) is a critical financial metric in the hospitality industry that measures the average cost incurred to provide a room to a guest. CPOR encompasses all operational expenses directly tied to servicing rooms, including housekeeping, amenities, utilities, and repairs, divided by the total number of rooms sold. This metric does not consider marketing costs, administrative expenses, or any fixed costs; it focuses purely on the variable costs associated with room occupancy. Understand more about Cost Per Occupied Room (CPOR)


Total Room Operating Costs / Total Rooms Sold​

Cost Per Occupied Room (CPOR) Calculator

Cost Per Occupied Room (CPOR)


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