SAFETY PROTOCOLS AT HAWAIIAN HOTELS
Once you pass through the Safe Travels program and arrive in Hawaii with a clean bill of health, you will notice some changes across the islands. While lava still oozes into the sea, turquoise waters still lap up onto black-sand beaches and waterfalls still cascade deep within verdant rainforests, hotels and resorts will look a little different as they enact their own set of health and safety protocols.
While each hotel is different, you can expect masks worn by both guests and staff alike, plexiglass partitions, regular temperature checks, social distancing markers in public spaces, hand sanitizing stations, capacity restrictions at pools and elevators, contactless payment at the front desk, the absence of in-room magazines and menus, electrostatic sprayers and highly-trained staff.
Some resorts, like the Fairmont Orchid on Hawaii’s Kohala Coast, have been validated under the new global ALLSAFE Cleanliness label. This allows guests to still enjoy the Fairmont Orchid’s award-winning Spa Without Walls, 10,000 square-foot pool and private Pauoa Bay, and wide range of restaurants, all while still being safe and properly distanced.
Marriott properties across Hawaii — including The Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua; Moana Surfrider, a Westin Resort & Spa, Waikiki; and The Royal Hawaiian, Waikiki— have raised the bar in their pursuit to provide you with a safe environment. Each Marriott property in Hawaii and around the world now abides by a strong Commitment to Cleanliness. Please watch this short video to learn more.