Hotels across the Hawaiian Islands generated $427 million in room revenue in June, an all-time high for the month.



Meanwhile, occupancy statewide increased slightly during the month, inching up less than a percentage point year over year to 76.3%, according to a report by Hospitality Advisors and STR.

Hawaii hotels also set a June record for average daily rate, increasing the metric 3.3% over the same month in 2013, to $235.82.

Through the first half of 2014, Hawaii hotels achieved a new room revenue peak of $2.66 billion, while total occupancy dipped less than a percentage point, to 77.3%.
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