Occupancy & Hotel Rates on Hawaii
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Asked by: highvoltageblond-ga
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27 May 2003 06:55 PDT
Expires: 26 Jun 2003 06:55 PDT
Question ID: 209307
What were the average occupancy rates and hotel rates of hotels on Hawaii?
Re: Occupancy & Hotel Rates on Hawaii
Answered By: skermit-ga on 27 May 2003 07:48 PDT
Hello, Thank you for your question. Here is information taken from the Hawaii Board of Tourism Quarterly Statistical & Economic Report for March 2003 (which covers 4th quarter 2002): Hawaii as a whole raised 0.2% in yearly average hotel occupancy rates from 2001 to reach 69.3% in 2002. The breakdown by quarter follows below: 2001Q1 2002Q1 80.7% 70.8% 2001Q2 2002Q2 70.7% 67.5% 2001Q3 2002Q3 70.3% 72.4% 2001Q4 2002Q4 57.2% 66.8% If you're looking for a more detailed breakdown of hotel occupancy rates by county, I suggest these following datasheets (Q1-Q4 respectively from 2002): COUNTY ECONOMIC CONDITIONS 2002Q1: http://www.hawaii.gov/dbedt/qser/0602/7_sea1-5.xls COUNTY ECONOMIC CONDITIONS 2002Q2: http://www.hawaii.gov/dbedt/qser/0902/7_sea1-5.xls COUNTY ECONOMIC CONDITIONS 2002Q3: http://www.hawaii.gov/dbedt/qser/1202/7_sea1-5.xls COUNTY ECONOMIC CONDITIONS 2002Q4: http://www.hawaii.gov/dbedt/qser/0303/7_sea1-5.xls As for the average daily room rates, these statistics come from the 2001 State of Hawaii Data Book (the most up to date released so far): 2001 State of Hawaii Data Book -- Figure 23.41 Hotel Room Occupancy and Room Rates, by Geographic Area: 2001: http://www.hawaii.gov/dbedt/db01/23/234101.pdf Geographic area Average daily room rate (dollars) State total $157.99 Oahu $120.79 ----Waikiki $122.04 ----Other Oahu $109.23 Hawaii $182.21 ----Hilo $72.87 ----Kona $94.53 ----Kohala $246.17 Maui $210.29 ----Kaanapali $186.66 ----West Maui $195.81 ----Other $237.53 Kauai $172.72 ----North $223.94 ----Central $116.44 ----South $212.63 ----Molokai $92.09 Search Strategy: "average occupancy rate" hawaii on google: ://www.google.com/search?q=%22average+occupancy+rate%22+hawaii Additional Links: 2001 State of Hawaii Data Book: http://www.hawaii.gov/dbedt/db01/ Quarterly Statistical & Economic Report(s): http://www.hawaii.gov/dbedt/qser/ I hope that I've answered your question in its entirety, it was a pleasure to do so as I'm thinking about heading out to Hawaii once I get enough cash to take a holiday. skermit-ga
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