Average daily room rates (ADR) increased nearly 6% at hotels across the Hawaiian Islands for the week ending Dec. 13, improving to $215.88 over the seven-day stretch.


Occupancy was also up, though it climbed just 1 percentage point, to 71.3% statewide, according to a weekly snapshot by Hospitality Advisors and STR.

Room rates at Oahu hotels saw the largest year-over-year percentage increase, jumping 8% for the week to an island-wide average of $210.33.

Meanwhile, rooms were most expensive on Maui, where ADR reached $240.99, up 2.4%.

The Big Island of Hawaii posted the Aloha State’s lowest occupancy, slipping just over a percentage point to 50.8%.

Hawaii’s statewide occupancy was 13.2 points higher than the national average during the week, and the state’s ADR was nearly $104 above the U.S. average.

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