Hawaii's Vacation Rental Industry Str...

Hawaii's Vacation Rental Industry Struggles with Low Occupancy Rates

There are 1 comment on the Hotel News Resource story from Sep 26, 2009, titled Hawaii's Vacation Rental Industry Struggles with Low Occupancy Rates. In it, Hotel News Resource reports that:

Occupancy rates for Maui, Oahu, Kauai and the Big Island were 62%, 61%, 57% and 50% respectively.

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jim

Hilo, HI

#1 Oct 3, 2009
Overall number of visitors are holding steady, if not slightly up, depending on the island.
The stats in the article are for the FIRST broad based collection of data for vacation rentals. Hotels are down a few percent. Same as dollar per visitor spent. The sky is not falling, geesh.

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