Hawaii Hotel Rates, Occupancy and Revenue Increase in February 2022

Hawaii hotels statewide saw significantly higher revenue per available room (RevPAR), average daily rate (ADR), and occupancy in February 2022 compared to February 2021. Compared to February 2019, statewide RevPAR and ADR were higher in February 2022, and occupancy was lower.

According to the Hawaii Hotel Performance Report published by the Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA), the statewide RevPAR in February 2022 was $253 (+219.8%), with an ADR of $351 (+35 .2%) and an occupancy rate of 72.1% (+41.6 percentage points). compared to February 2021. Compared to February 2019, RevPAR increased by 4.0%, thanks to increases in ADR (+20.3%) offsetting the decrease in the occupancy rate (-11.3 points percentage).

The report’s findings used data compiled by STR, Inc., which conducts the largest and most comprehensive survey of hotel properties in the Hawaiian Islands. For February, the survey included 148 properties representing 46,796 rooms, or 84.3% of all lodging properties with 20 or more rooms in the Hawaiian Islands, including those with full service, limited service and hotels. in joint ownership. Vacation rental and timeshare properties were not included in this survey and are reported separately.

In February 2022, domestic passengers could bypass the state’s mandatory five-day self-quarantine if they were up to date on their vaccinations or with a negative pre-travel COVID-19 test result from a test partner. trusted through the Safe Travels program. Passengers arriving on direct international flights were subject to federal entry requirements to the United States, which included proof of an up-to-date vaccination document and a negative COVID-19 test result taken within a day of the trip, or documentation showing that they had recovered from COVID-19 within the last 90 days, prior to their flight.

Hawaii hotel room revenue statewide was $393.7 million (+244.3% from 2021, +6.8% from 2019) in February. Room demand was 1.1 million nights (+154.7% vs 2021, -11.2% vs 2019) and room supply was 1.6 million nights (+7.7% vs. 2021, +2.7% vs. 2019).

Luxury class properties achieved a RevPAR of $472 (+149.9% vs. 2021, +3.3% vs. 2019), with an ADR of $806 (+11.2% vs. to 2021, +38.0% compared to 2019) and an occupancy rate of 58.6% (+32.5). percentage points compared to 2021, -19.6 percentage points compared to 2019). Midscale and economy class properties achieved a RevPAR of $172 (+226.9% vs. 2021, +1.8% vs. 2019) with an ADR of $214 (+52.9% compared to 2021, +9.7% compared to 2019) and an occupancy rate of 80.5% (+42.8 percentage points compared to 2021, -6.2 percentage points compared to 2019 ).

Maui County hotels led counties in February. RevPAR was $403 (+185.2% vs. 2021, +14.5% vs. 2019), with an ADR of $583 (+30.9% vs. 2021, +33.4% compared to 2019) and an occupancy rate of 69.0% (+37.3 percentage points compared to 2019). 2021, -11.4 percentage points compared to 2019).

Maui’s luxury resort area Wailea had a RevPAR of $570 (+150.9% from 2021, -2.5% from 2019), with an ADR of $840 (+11.9 % compared to 2021, +29.5% compared to 2019) and an occupancy rate of 67.9%. (+37.6 percentage points compared to 2021, -22.2 percentage points compared to 2019).

The Lahaina/Kā’anapali/Kapalua region posted a RevPAR of $358 (+241.0% vs. 2021, +22.8% vs. 2019), an ADR of $524 (+43.8% vs. 2021, +42.5% vs. 2019) and an occupancy of 68.3% (+39.5 percentage points compared to 2021, -10.9 percentage points compared to 2019).

Hawaii Island hotels reported RevPAR at $314 (+226.3% vs. 2021, +35.8% vs. 2019), with ADR at $403 (+47.9% compared to 2021, +42.1% compared to 2019) and an occupancy of 77.9%% (+42.6 percentage points compared to 2021, -3.6 percentage points compared to 2019).

Hotels on the Kohala Coast achieved a RevPAR of $470 (+216.4% vs. 2021, +45.6% vs. 2019), with an ADR of $622 (+44.9% vs. to 2021, +57.6% compared to 2019) and an occupancy rate of 75.6% (+41.0 percentage points compared to 2021, -6.2 percentage points compared to 2019).

Kauai hotels achieved a RevPAR of $294 (+491.0% vs. 2021, +29.3% vs. 2019), with an ADR of $375 (+102.5% vs. 2021, +23.3% compared to 2019) and an occupancy rate of 78.3% (+51.5%). points vs 2021, +3.6 points vs 2019).

Oahu hotels reported a RevPAR of $168 (+239.9% vs. 2021, -17.1% vs. 2019) in February, with an ADR of $236 (+39.4% vs. to 2021, +0.6% compared to 2019) and an occupancy rate of 71.2% (+42.0 percentage points compared to 2021, -15.2 percentage points compared to 2019).

Waikiki hotels earned $159 (+253.0% vs. 2021, -20.1% vs. 2019) in RevPAR with an ADR of $224 (+36.0% vs. 2021, -2 .8% compared to 2019) and an occupancy rate of 71.2% (+43.7 percentage points). vs 2021, -15.4 points vs 2019).

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