It seems like it could go from bad to worse for Hawaii hotels.
Occupancy at isle hotels about doubled in June to 15.7% from a coronavirus-related low of 8.4% in April. However, the state still lags major U.S. hotel markets.
June’s statewide occupancy fell 68.2 percentage points from June 2019 when occupancy was 83.9%, according to data obtained Tuesday from Tennessee-based STR, a leader in global hospitality tracking.
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