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After a lengthy, recession-induced downturn, the latest industry figures suggest that more Americans are choosing hotels.
Is it necessary for Hawaii’s travel industry to be suffering so?
It is a buyer's market for hotel rooms in the United States, and the situation is not likely to change soon.
The Hotel Association of the Northern Mariana Islands reported a 49 percent occupancy rate among its 13 member hotels for November 2009, a 13-percent drop compared to November 2008.
Hawai'i hotels posted a sixth straight month of record low occupancy in July despite slashing prices to lure visitors in a down economy.
Mexico’s hotel industry occupancy dropped more than 50 percent at the end of April and beginning of May, after the outbreak of influenza A (H1N1), or the swine flu, was announced, according to data
The global economic recession and consequent slump in tourism resulted in Hawaii hotels recording their worst "high season" February occupancy since 1991, during the Gulf War.
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Buyers are turning up the heat in negotiations with New York hoteliers following the most disastrous week that Wall Street has seen in decades, the fallout of which is almost certain to deal a blow to
The number of visitors staying in Hawai'i hotel rooms dipped again in November but that didn't stop the average daily hotel room rate from hitting a record high for the month.Hawai'i's average daily hotel room rate rose 6.2 percent to $185.67 — a record high for November.