Hotels across the Hawaiian Islands saw both occupancy and average daily room rates (ADR) climb year over year for the week ending June 13.
ADR improved 5.6% over the same 7-day period in 2014 to $239.30 statewide, according to a weekly survey by Hospitality Advisors and STR.
Occupancy jumped 7.5 percentage points across the Aloha State to an average of 83.9%.
Rooms were most expensive on Maui, where ADRs climbed 2.3% year over year to $294.75.
Hawaii’s statewide hotel occupancy was nearly 10 percentage points higher than the national average and its ADR was $118 better than the countrywide average.