Hotels in Hawaii experienced precipitous year-over-year declines in occupancy and revenue during July, new data from the Hawaii Tourism Authority reveals.

Statewide revenue per available room fell 86%, to $36, in July compared with the same period in 2019, while average daily rate dropped 43%, to $174, and the occupancy rate was 21%, a 64 percentage point decline.

Since a mandatory 14-day quarantine was imposed for all out-of-state arrivals to Hawaii on March 26 to combat the spread of coronavirus, visitation to the Aloha State has been well below typical levels.

Room supply was down 45% across Hawaii in July compared with one year ago, while room demand declined 87%, as many properties shut down in late March and are waiting for more visitor traffic prior to reopening.

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