Long Term Hotels in Hawaii are paying $5.75 per person per night to stay there.
That’s $5,760 per month for a four-person room.
That is way higher than hotels in the state of Florida, which has a per-person rate of $3.25 per night.
The price is also significantly higher than other popular lodging options in Hawaii, including at the popular Waikiki resort and the popular Palmyra Beach hotel.
A report from the University of Hawaii’s Polytechnic Institute found that Hawaii’s most popular hotel, Hana, charges $5 per night for a room of four.
Hana is the most popular of the nine Hawaiian hotels listed in the report.
But for a short stay, those rates could be just too much for many.
“I don’t think the state is doing a good job of making sure that the price is reasonable,” said Michael G. Soto, a professor of sociology at the University at Albany.
Sotos said he’s concerned that Hawaii is not paying enough attention to how much people are willing to pay to stay in the islands’ most popular hotels.
“Hana, which is an iconic resort and which is a well-known destination, is a very expensive place to stay,” Soto said.
“If the rate is $5 a night, that means that the average tourist would have to spend $2,000 per night just to stay at that resort.”
That’s a lot of money to spend on a one-night stay at a popular tourist destination.
“The average tourist, even the people who aren’t tourists, will spend a lot more money at a resort,” he said.
In fact, a recent study from the US Census Bureau found that there are almost twice as many tourists in Hawaii as there are hotel rooms.
That makes hotels that cater to tourists much more expensive than other places in the US, including many of the resorts that serve people who are not tourists.
But Soto and others said the price of a one night stay in Hawaii hotels is much more than a one time cost.
“For a four person hotel, the average cost is $1,000 a night,” he told Polygon.
“That’s much more valuable than staying at a local hotel.”
Soto added that he believes Hawaii should be paying its fair share of taxes and has been in contact with the state legislature about its current state of affairs.
“It should be a tax state and I think the legislature should be responsible for making sure it’s fair,” Sotos added.
“People in this state shouldn’t be paying more than they’re already paying in other states.”
Hawaii has been facing a housing crisis as a result of the state’s financial woes.
“In a year, there’s been an increase in the number of people that are being evicted from their homes,” said Chris E. Goss, an economist with the Hawaii Community Development Corporation, a nonprofit agency that helps low-income residents.
“There are more than 4,000 people who live in housing that’s being foreclosed upon, foreclosed on, and they’re not getting a fair shake.”
Goss added that there is a long list of other reasons for the housing crisis, such as lack of jobs and rising rents, that have been addressed by the state, but the real problems have been exacerbated by the housing shortage.
The housing shortage has affected the people that live there.
Many are looking to rent out their homes to tourists.
Many of those people are paying more for their room than the hotels and resort they use to stay.
The average price of an apartment in Honolulu is $4,400 per month, according to the Census Bureau.
Hawaii also has one of the highest rates of people in their 20s and 30s who are seeking a new job in the United States, according the U.S. Census Bureau, with one in five jobs requiring a college degree.
“Hawaii’s not doing a very good job in building a workforce that’s going to help this state grow,” said Soto.
“You are creating a situation where it’s more of a burden on our state and more of an opportunity for those of us that have low incomes.”