Only 21.6% of hotel rooms in the United States were occupied last week, according to new data from hospitality analytics company STR.
That’s down slightly from the week before and down more than 68% from the same week last year.
Only 7% of the rooms in Oahu Island, Hawaii, are occupied, the lowest rate for any market in the country and down more than 90% from the same week last year.
Across the board, economy hotels and lodging in suburban areas tended to have more people staying than other hotels, according to STR.
New York City posted about 18% occupancy last week, which was a slight increase from the just over 15% posted for two weeks ago.