Apr
19

Charleston County Hotel Occupancy up 3% Over Last Year

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– Charleston Regional Business Journal

Hotels in Charleston County averaged 77% occupancy during March, according to a monthly report from the College of Charleston’s Office of Tourism Analysis.

March’s average occupancy, an indicator of tourism and business travel activity, is up 3% from last year. Hotels collectively sold about 11,300 more room nights in March 2011 than in March 2010.

The average daily rate at Charleston County hotels, at $120.30, beat the March 2010 average by 1.4%. Revenue per available room improved nearly 5%.

Charleston County hotels have shown year-over-year increases in both occupancy and RevPAR for 13 consecutive months dating back to March 2010, the report said.

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