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Maui Hotels Lead State in Performance, HTA Reports 

August 24, 2019, 3:22 PM HST
* Updated August 24, 8:24 PM
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Maui County hotels had the strongest performance in July compared to the rest of the state, according to a report from the Hawaiʻi Tourism Authority. 

Among Hawaiʻi’s four island counties, Maui County hotels led the state in revenue per available room at $359, a 9 percent increase from last year. The county also reported the highest average daily rate of $436, an 8 percent increase from last July, and a slight rise in occupancy at 82 percent. 

According to the report, properties in Wailea boosted Maui County by earning a RevPAR of $640, a 14 percent increase from the year before. Properties in the area also recorded a 12 percent increase in ADR at $697, as well as a small increase in occupancy at 92 percent. 

The report shows that for the month overall, statewide RevPAR rose 5 percent from last July to $260, with a 4 percent growth in ADR to $305. Occupancy for the month reached 85 percent, a modest increase from last year. 

Oʻahu and Hawaiʻi Island hotels all reported higher RevPAR, ADR, and occupancy in July compared to a year ago. By contrast, Kauaʻi hotels saw a drop in all categories. 


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