Oahu occupancy was five percentage points better than the same time last year and five points better than the previous week, with average rooms up 9 percent from year-before levels.
Maui County hotels were close behind with occupancy rising from 83 percent to 87 percent in the Feb. 13-19 period, with an average room rate of $257 a night that was up 8 percent from the same time last year.
Big Island occupancy was 75 percent, lower than Oahu and Maui but still six points better than a year ago and seven points better than the previous week, with a $200 average daily room rate that was up slightly from last year.
Kauai hotels were 69% full, below year-ago levels but up from the week before, with a $203 average room rate that was 8 percent higher than a year ago.
National occupancy for the same period was 59%, Smith Travel Research LLC reported.