Average daily room rates (ADR) climbed 2.5% at hotels across the Aloha State during the week ending July 5, increasing to $261.16 over the seven-day period.
Statewide occupancy improved by 1 percentage point, inching upward to 81.3% overall, but hotels were less full year over year on Maui, Kauai and the Big Island of Hawaii, according to an industry snapshot by Hospitality Advisors and STR.
Oahu was the only major island to see an occupancy increase, improving by 4.1 percentage points over the same week last year to 89.2%.
Maui hotel occupancy slipped 2.8 percentage points, to 76%, while Kauai was off 3.2 percentage points, at 75%, and the Big Island of Hawaii dropped 1.5 percentage points, to 63.5%.
Hawaii’s statewide occupancy was 15.3 points higher than the national average during the week, and the state’s ADR was nearly $150 above the U.S. average.