Colorado’s hospitality sector is seeing a boom, with the state’s resorts hitting post-recession records and equally strong performance by hotels.

In February, Colorado’s resorts surpassed the pre-recession market peak for revenue per available room (the sector’s key performance benchmark), according to market data from Broomfield, Colo.-based STR Analytics. RevPAR came in at just less than $125 over the past 12 months— an improvement on 2013’s figures that were on their own 9.8% higher than the nationwide average for that year. Occupancy is still downhill of the 2007 peak by about 8%, but market players nevertheless describe Colorado’s resorts as “fully recovered.”

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