Jacksonville’s hotels recovering faster than the rest of Florida
Jacksonville’s lodging industry continues to lead the rebound from the negative effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, filling rooms faster than the other destinations in Florida.
Local year-to-date occupancy is 71.9%. Statewide occupancy for the first 10 months of 2021 is reported at 62.2%.
Hotel occupancy in Duval County was 70.8% in October, an increase of 26.5% over last year, according to data collected by the STR hotel analysis firm released Nov. 22 by Visit Jacksonville.
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