HONOLULU — A report by the state tourism agency shows hotel revenue climbed across Hawaii last month with the Big Island and Kauai experiencing the strongest bumps.
The Honolulu Star-Advertiser reports the Hawaii hotel performance report shows that the revenue per available room increased by 5.5 percent statewide from last year, landing at about $190.
The room revenue is the amount the hotelier gets per room and is used as a measure of performance.
The Hawaii Tourism Authority report shows the revenue per available room on the Big Island soared by nearly 13 percent to $167. Kauai’s increased by 13 percent to $168.
Maui’s room revenue rose by 6.5 percent to about $236, and Oahu’s gained by 2.3 percent to about $180.
Information from: Honolulu Star-Advertiser, http://www.staradvertiser.com