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Breaking News March 01, 2022
Governor David Ige today announced an end to the state’s Safe Travels Hawaiʻi program for domestic travel when the state’s current emergency proclamation related to COVID-19 ends on March 25, 2022; but he left the door open to potentially extend the state’s indoor mask mandate. While travel will become easier, the governor said an assessment is still underway to determine how the state will move forward on indoor masking guidelines.
Exciting changes have taken place at the Royal Kahana over the last couple of years:
· Upgraded Air Conditioning system
· We’ve added solar panels on our roof and are working towards adding solar canopies in the parking area in an effort to reduce our carbon footprint.
· Upgraded our pool deck and refinished our amazing heated pool
· You’ll see new furniture, new flooring and additional upgrades in some of the homes.
🛑 WE ARE WAIVING ALL PARKING FEES FOR OUR GUESTS ARRIVING PRIOR TO JUNE 1, 2022
The Board of Directors of Royal Kahana has unanimously voted to begin charging a modest parking fee for all overnight guests of Royal Kahana. The fee will be ten dollars ($10.00 USD) per night plus applicable tax for the first one months’ stay, followed by seven-dollars ($7.00 USD) per night plus applicable tax, thereafter. Confirm your reservations today to save!!
While we are not happy with this additional fee, we recognize that we have been one of very few resorts on the Island that were not charging either a resort fee or a parking fee. In many cases the fee/s far exceed the $10.00 parking fee that will be added. We hope you understand. We encourage you to confirm your future reservations before Dec 31, 2021 to be exempt from the parking fees.
For the most current Hawaii State Travel Requirements visit: https://hawaiicovid19.com/travel/
Starting Nov. 12: Eased Restrictions Outdoors at High Risk Businesses; Capacity Indoors Dependent Upon County Policy
By Wendy Osher
November 2, 2021, 3:29 PM HST
* Updated November 3, 4:19 PM
Governor David Ige signed an executive order today to address statewide limits on outdoor activity at high risk businesses, as well as indoor capacity at restaurants, bars, social establishments, and gyms.
“As a reminder, indoor activities at restaurants, bars, and social establishments must continue to require patrons: remain seated with their party; maintain six feet of distancing between groups; do not mingle; and wear masks at all times, except when actively eating or drinking,” said Gov. Ige.
Effective Nov. 12, two changes will take effect:
Click on this link for the Hawaii Safe Travel program: