Hotels across the Hawaiian Islands saw occupancy and average daily room rates (ADR) decline year over year for the week ending March 12.
Occupancy at hotels across Hawaii slipped 5.4 percentage points, to 79.7%, according to a weekly survey by Hospitality Advisors and STR.
Meanwhile, statewide ADR slumped 2.3%, to $239.67.
The island of Maui saw the largest ADR percentage decrease among the major islands, as rates on the Valley Isle sank 8%, to $320.21 a night.
Occupancy figures were hit hardest, however, on the Big Island, plunging nearly 14 percentage points from the same week last year, to 67.3%.