Galveston’s hotels raked in almost $8 million over the two weeks of spring break, according to hotel occupancy data from the Galveston Island Convention & Visitors Bureau.

This year’s hotel revenues were 6.4 percent higher than in 2016, when total revenues over the two-week period were $7.5 million.

Samantha Ketterer is a reporter at the Daily News. Contact at 409-683-5241 or samantha.ketterer@galvnews.com. Follow on Twitter @sam_kett.

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