Aug
16

Charleston Lodging Market Has “Banner Month”

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July was “a banner month” for Charleston County hotels, according to a key local tourism agency.

Occupancy increased 1.8 percent over July a year ago to 79.5 percent, the average daily rate climbed 6.9 percent and revenue per available room jumped 9 percent, according to Perrin Lawson, deputy director of the Charleston Area Convention and Visitors Bureau.

“By all accounts, July was a banner month for Charleston County hotels,” he said.

The East Cooper area posted records for highest average daily rate and revenue per available room with an occupancy rate of 81.9 percent, Lawson said.

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