Hotels across the Hawaiian Islands saw occupancy slip while average daily room rates (ADR) rose year over year for the week ending July 25.

ADR improved 1.7% over the same seven-day period in 2014, to $254.72 statewide, according to a weekly survey by Hospitality Advisors and STR.

Meanwhile, occupancy at hotels across Hawaii slipped less than a percentage point, to 83%.

The largest occupancy decline took place on Oahu, however, where the islandwide average fell 4.2% year over year, to 87.1%.

In contrast, the Big Island of Hawaii saw its occupancy climb 7.4% during the week, to an islandwide average of 74.7%.

Rooms where most expensive on Maui as ADRs across the Valley Isle increased 3.1%, to $320.90.

Hawaii’s statewide hotel occupancy was just 4 percentage points higher than the national average, while its ADR was $129 better than the countrywide average.

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