Hotels in Hawaii saw growth across a range of metrics in October 2019 compared to October 2018.

Revenue per available room (RevPAR), average daily rate (ADR) and occupancy all increased, according to the Hawaii Tourism Authority.

Statewide RevPAR crept up 4% to $200 as ADR climbed 2% to $253 and occupancy rate increased 2 percentage points to 79%.

In October total hotel revenues in Hawaii rose 4% to $333.8 million, while room demand also went up 2%. Maui led all of the four counties in RevPAR at $251 and ADR of $329, while Oahu had the highest occupancy rate of 83%.

Hawaii Island continued to see year-over-year gains following the eruption of Kilauea in 2018. RevPAR jumped 12% to $177, ADR rose 3% to $239, and occupancy increased six percentage points to 74%. After record numbers in 2018, Kauai hotels have reported consistently lower figures in 2019. That continued in October with a 10% drop in RevPAR to $177, 3% decline in ADR to $252, and six percentage point fall in occupancy to 70% compared to October 2018.

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