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Posted: Monday, January 20, 2014 10:55 am

The final report of 2013 from the New Mexico Lodging Association indicates the statewide occupancy rate for New Mexico was right at 60 percent, an increase form 58 percent in 2012. The average daily room rate was at $98, up from $95 in 2012.

The biggest jump in occupancy was in Santa Fe (perhaps because there were fewer rooms due to the La Fonda renovation) as the rate rose to 63.6 percent, up from 58.9 percent, while Albuquerque saw a smaller rise — 60.4 percent, up from 59.1 percent. The occupancy rate in Las Cruces actually dropped to 56 percent, down  from 59.2 percent in 2012.

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Bruce Krasnow is a native of Chicago and worked at publications in Illinois, Florida and Washington State before joining The New Mexican in 1996. He is a graduate of Northern Illinois University and the Columbia University School of Journalism.

He can be reached at brucek@sfnewmexican.com or 505-986-3034. You can also follow him on Twitter at #brucekraz

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