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The state that saw its hospitality business tank most quickly after September 2001 was among the first to recover — and come roaring back. Hawaii in 2005 was near or at capacity with almost 7.5 million visitors, the islands' best year ever. Hotels intend to make the best of the good times, so rates and surcharges are up, and planners looking to squeeze in a few unexpected qualifiers at the last minute might find there is no room at the inn.

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