May
28

Charleston Nightly Hotel Room Rate Falls 10% from Last Year

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– scbiznews.com

Charleston County hotels averaged 77% occupancy during April, down from 83% the same month last year.

The year-to-year decline was about 7%, according to a monthly report from the College of Charleston’s Office of Tourism Analysis.

The area’s hotel occupancy rate, an indicator of tourism activity continues its seasonal climb. Hotels were 73% full, on average, in March. Last year, average occupancy for Charleston County hotels peaked during April.

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