Oklahoma City nearly leads nation in hotel occupancy growth, according to report
Oklahoma City’s hotel rooms are filling up at a faster pace than almost anywhere in the country, Greater Oklahoma City Chamber President Roy Williams told the city council this week. That’s been reflected in hotel tax revenue that continues to exceed expectations.
If you’re looking for proof that Oklahoma City’s investment in itself has turned it into a regional weekend getaway destination, consider that it trails only Oahu, Hawaii, in hotel room occupancy growth.
Oklahoma City’s hotel rooms filled up at a rate more than 11 percent faster in the first six months of 2012 than last year, Greater Oklahoma City Chamber President Roy Williams told the city...
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