Hawaii’s hotel occupancy improved slightly in June, but further shocks are expected

By Allison Schaefers


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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