Hawaii hotel revenues hit a new record in April.
According to the Hawaii Tourism Authority, statewide room revenue totaled to $276 million, topping the previous record set in 2006 by 9.4 percent.
Oahu hotels were more than 80 percent full, surpassing the 80-percent mark in April for the first time since 1990.
Hotel occupancy on Maui rose to 75 percent in April.
Meanwhile, occupancy on Kauai and the Big Island dropped to 66 percent and 56 percent respectively.