Charleston Hotels Report Solid January


Peninsula-area hotels posted the highest January occupancy rate and room prices of all Charleston hotels, according to a monthly report by the College of Charleston’s Office of Tourism Analysis.

Peninsula hotels reported a January occupancy rate of 62.5%, up 11.7% from 2011. The average price for a room on the Peninsula was $131.10, up 4.9%.

East Cooper reported mixed results in January, leading all submarkets in year-over-year growth in occupancy, but reporting the area’s only decrease in room prices.

Occupancy for East Cooper hotels grew 18.5% to 40.6%, but room prices dropped 2.4% to $82.89.

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