The hotel industry in Hawaii weakened during the second quarter of 2019, manifested by a RevPAR decline of 1.1 percent statewide for H1 2019 compared to the same period in 2018.  Performance in the midscale and economy class, which posted a RevPAR decline of 5.8 percent for H1 2019, was markedly more negative than the broader market.  Hawaii’s slowing RevPAR growth mirrors national performance where the first half growth rate was the lowest since 2010..