Apr
13

Charleston, SC Hotel Numbers Post First Gains Since ’07

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– SCbizmag.com

The total number of room nights sold at Charleston County hotels increased 4% during March compared with last year, the first year-over-year increase in more than two years.

March’s average occupancy rate, at 73.7%, also was up 4% over last year’s rate of 70.9%, according to a report by the College of Charleston’s Office of Tourism Analysis for the Charleston Area Convention and Visitor Bureau.

After two years of declines in monthly room nights sold and occupancy rate, March’s gains still leave the county’s hotels below 2008 levels. But they mark the first positive changes since late 2007.

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