Average daily room rates (ADR) jumped 10.4% at hotels across the Hawaiian Islands during the week ending Feb. 2, climbing to $216.65 over the seven-day period.



Occupancy was also up statewide, increasing 2.8 percentage points year over year, according to an industry snapshot released by Hospitality Advisors and Smith Travel Research Feb. 6.

The island of Oahu enjoyed the highest occupancy during the week, seeing rates improve nearly 2 percentage points, to an islandwide average of 83.1%, while ADR surged 17.7% year over year, to $196.42 per day.

Hawaii’s statewide occupancy was nearly 27 percentage points higher than the national average during the week while the state’s ADR was $110 better per day than the countrywide average.
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