Jul
13

Charleston County Hotel Occupancy Up 5.4% in June

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– SCbizmag.com

Tourism indicators at Charleston County hotels continued to show improvement in June, with the average occupancy rate up 5.4% and room nights sold up 6.2%.

June’s average occupancy rate was 78.3%, according to a monthly report from the College of Charleston’s Office of Tourism Analysis, prepared for the Charleston Area Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Year-to-date, the county’s hotel occupancy rate is averaging 70%. Total sales of room nights are up 5.4% over the first six months in 2009.

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