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    Hawaii Vacation Rentals Were Less Than 57 Percent Occupied in April

    Vacation rentals throughout the state of Hawaii were 56.6 percent occupied in April, according to data from the Hawaii Tourism Authority and the state Department of Business, Economic Development & Tourism. The month’s occupancy rate was 16.5% lower than April 2019 and 15.8 percent lower than last April. Unit demand and supply also fell compared to pre-pandemic levels, with supply down about 13 percent to 739,400 unit nights in April compared to 846,411 unit nights in April 2019. Demand dropped 32 percent from 618,600 unit nights in 2019 to 418,300 in April.

    Pacific Business News (05/31/23) Christina O'Connor

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