Tourism boosts hotel business in 2021 despite staffing shortages
- Occupancy, ADR and RevPar rates are a little lower than the peak summer season, but higher than they were at year-end 2020
- Despite staffing issues, South Carolina hotel occupancy is expected to rise in 2022
The South Carolina hotel market recovered more quickly than other markets around the country. Occupancy, average daily rates and revenue per available room peaked in July due to a spike in summer tourism. Occupancy ended 2021 at 49.3%, average daily rates at $107.53, and revenue per available room at $52.98.
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