Hotel occupancy improved at properties across Hawaii for the week ending March 14, climbing just over 3 percentage points to a statewide average of 85% for the seven-day period.



Average daily room rates (ADRs) were also up across the Islands, increasing 4.4% to $245.72, according to weekly snapshot by Hospitality Advisors and STR.

Rooms were most expensive on Maui, where ADR jumped 9.4% year over year, to $347.29.

Statewide occupancy in Hawaii was nearly 17 points higher than the national average during the week, and the state’s ADR was $125 above the U.S. average.

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