Travel Updates & Maintenance/Construction Schedules

AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE FROM OUR 'OHANA:

The Chase 'N Rainbows 'Ohana appreciates that the COVID-19 pandemic presents unprecedented, challenging times for everyone. Our aim with this web page is to provide you with the most updated and accurate information possible.  We appreciate your patience as our staff addresses the questions and concerns of each and every guest.  For the quickest response, please email your message to mauireservations@chasenrainbows.com. Our staff is using best efforts to respond within 24 hours.

Please note the following important information:  

IMPORTANT TRAVEL UPDATE AS OF 06/25/2021:

Trans-Pacific Travel Info:

NEW. Governor Ige announced today that effective July 8, the State of Hawaii will eliminate its pre-travel testing/quarantine requirements for domestic travelers to Hawaii who have been fully vaccinated in the United States.  Travelers to Hawaii must upload their CDC issued vaccination record card to the state’s Safe Travels Program website and have the card with them upon arrival in the State of Hawaii.

On July 8th, social gatherings will be expanded to 25 people indoors and 75 people outdoors.  Restaurants will be able to increase capacity to 75% - with the maximum group sizes of 25 indoors and 75 outdoors.

Benchmark reminder:

When the state reaches 70% of residents vaccinated, all travel restrictions to the state will end.  Travelers will not need to test or quarantine.  The governor also anticipates that the restrictions on businesses and the mask mandate will also be dropped when resident vaccination reaches this level.

Inter-County Travel (as of 06/15/2021):

Starting today, all restrictions on interisland travel are ending. Passengers traveling from O‘ahu, Maui, Kaua‘i or Hawai‘i Island will no longer be required to complete a Safe Travels profile or provide proof of a pre-travel test or vaccination when traveling to other counties within the state. This only applies to travel within the State of Hawai‘i.

The mandatory traveler quarantine remains in effect for travel from out of state. Passengers arriving from the mainland or internationally are still required to complete a Safe Travels profile and either complete the required 10-day travel quarantine or receive a quarantine exception.

The State of Hawai‘i will grant exceptions to those with an approved pre-travel test from a Trusted Partner Lab.

Also effective today, fully vaccinated travelers, with at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine administered in Hawai’i, can upload their vaccination information to be exempt from the Trans-Pacific travel quarantine. Travelers are considered fully vaccinated on the 15th day after completing their final vaccine dose.

At this time, the State of Hawai‘i will not accept Trans-Pacific exceptions for vaccinations administered outside of Hawai‘i.

Interisland and trans-Pacific travelers into Maui County are required to download the AlohaSafe Alert contact tracing app (see below for more info) or have the Google app exposure notification from their home state active on their phone or enable their exposure notification setting on their mobile device and present it to the screeners at the airport. (This is in addition to the already in place, pre-arrival negative COVID-19 test). Exceptions are granted for those under the age of 18 without a mobile device. For adults without a mobile device, at least on person in the travel party must comply.  Failure to register within the exposure notification system prior to arrival into the county will require a mandatory 10-day quarantine.

The AlohaSafe Alert app, can be downloaded from the Apple Store or Google Play. For more information, visit AlohaSafe Alert | Hawaii's Official Exposure Notification App

IMPORTANT!  PLEASE READ!!

Travelers with Pending COVID Test Results Upon Arrival to Hawaii

As of Tuesday, Nov. 24, travelers wishing to bypass the 10-day mandatory quarantine must have their COVID-19 test results – taken from a trusted testing partner – prior to departure for the State of Hawaiʻi.  If test results are not available before boarding the final leg of the trip, the traveler must quarantine for 10 days or the length of the stay, whichever is shorter.   

Because short-term vacation rentals are prohibited by law from hosting guests subject to quarantine, guests arriving without their negative pre-travel Covid test results in-hand must find alternative accommodations at a hotel and quarantine there.  As such, if you do not have your negative test results in-hand prior to your flight's departure to Hawaii it is strongly suggested that you reconsider flying into the state.

Travelers Without Negative COVID Test Results Upon Arrival to Hawaii

Travelers who did not submit to a COVID test prior to their departure must quarantine for a minimum of 10 days or their entire stay whichever is shorter. The traveler must stay in a designated quarantine property. By law, Chase ‘N Rainbows cannot accept guests subject to quarantine restrictions. By law, Chase ‘N Rainbows cannot accept guests subject to quarantine restrictions due to failure to participate in the pre-travel Covid testing program.

HAWAII DEPT. OF HEALTH TRAVEL FAQ'S:    https://hawaiicovid19.com/travel/#travel-FAQs

MANDATORY STATE OF HAWAII TRAVEL AND HEALTH FORM:   https://travel.hawaii.gov/#/  

 

  

RESORT MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION:

Please be advised that NOT ALL of these projects apply to your stay.  Please check the applicable resort/condo where you are booked. 

WEST MAUI BEACH EROSION INFO: https://www.hawaiinewsnow.com/2019/03/14/kahana-bay-condos-aim-fight-erosion-with-beach-nourishment-plan/  

 

HALE MAHINA: 

Exterior Painting Resort-wide June 1 - approx. November 2020 (posted Nov. 5, 2019; Updated 1/12/2020 and 5/12/2020).    Update as of 11/20/2020:  Remainder of project postponed to 2021.  A new scheduled is forthcoming.

 

HOLOLANI:  

There is no beach access on the property and resort staff strongly recommends you use an alternative beach access within walking distance for most.

See: Beach Conditions

 

HONUA KAI RESORT & SPA:  

 

Duke’s Restaurant will begin Phase IV of the Palapa Post Install on Monday, July 19th between the hours of 9:00am – 5:00pm and have a tentative completion date of Friday, July 23rd.

 

Please expect intermittent noise, especially at the outsets of the property.

 

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Security at 808-866-5560.

 

All pools, Hot Tubs, and BBQ’s are now open and fully operational! Pool & Hot Tub Hours: 9:00am—8:00pm and BBQ Hours: 12:00pm—9:00pm.

Security Hours of operations: 24/7 With the travel restrictions, Security will be confirming the quarantine status of all guests entering property. All guests, except Vendor guests (Dukes, Hoola, etc), must be registered with Honua Kai, and, at this time, guests may not host non-registered guests or friends at Honua Kai common areas.

Bell Services are currently available with limited hours of 10am—9pm. (subject to change) 

The fitness center is open daily with limited hours between 6:00am—6:00pm. There is a maximum capacity of 8 guests at one time and guests must wear a facemask at all times while using this facility.

 

KAHANA OUTRIGGER: Resort Improvements + unit updates

>Exterior Dry Rot Repairs {Notice UPDATED 6/4/2020}:

  • Building 4 -Sept 13 -Oct 8, 2021 The work on the back lanais was completed in May 2020 so all that is left are the front entry decks.  There should be minimal impact on the property or guests.

 

LAHAINA ROADS -  NEW! SEAWALL PROJECT JUNE 7 FOR 3 - 4 WEEKS (Notice Received from Resort on June 6, 2021): 

June 4, 2021
Aloha,
Lahaina Roads has received Maui County approval for emergency repairs to the sinkholes behind the seawall fronting the property and on Thursday, the Board selected a vendor and scheduled the work to begin. Fortunately, the contractor is able to begin work right away. Scott Brother Construction, LLC has been contracted to complete the project and will be starting work this coming Monday, June 7th.
The work will include the following stages:
1. Clear an equipment access path from Front Street to the seawall on the north end of the building.
2. Secure the work area – see attached drawing with the work area colored red. Only authorized work personnel are allowed in the work area. Please do not disturb the workers. Any concerns can be forwarded to Paul Brown, our Management Executive.
3. Excavate the soil from behind the seawall (work to be completed in segments).
4. Apply shotcrete to the mauka (mountain) face of the seawall.
5. Line the void with geotex fabric to form a large bag then fill the bag with sand and staple it shut.
6. Cover the bag in preparation for grass installation (grass and irrigation repairs by landscaping contractor).
7. Installation of irrigation and sod in damaged areas.
8. Site clean-up, shed re-construction and re-installation of metal fences.

The entire area from the library to the edge of the pool deck will be fenced off with the work extending from the north property line to the edge of the pool deck. If it is discovered that voids exist below the pool deck the work area may be extended.
The BBQ area will not be accessible but temporary BBQs will be provided on the pool deck with the exact location to be determined. The two parking spaces by the dumpster will not be accessible during this project. Additional parking spaces may be blocked off to accommodate contractor vehicles. There may be a shortage of parking spaces at times making it necessary for occupants to park on the street. The beginning of the first week will be fairly quiet as they prepare the area as a work site. Heavy equipment may be loaded in and excavation started by the end of the week. There will be times that the north parking entrance will be blocked with equipment. During those times please use the south entrance for two-way traffic. Extreme caution should be utilized when entering or exiting the property. Please obey all direction from work personnel.

The project is expected to take 3 – 4 weeks with working hours from 7 AM – 5 PM.

We understand that this project will impact all of us as owners as well as our guests. Every effort will be made to move the project along quickly and safely. Thank you for your cooperation.
Please direct any concerns to our Management Executive – Paul Brown, 808-270-3218 ext. 536,
paulb@hmcmgt.com.
Mahalo,
THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF
Lahaina Roads Association of Apartment Owners

 

LAHAINA SHORES: 

Building Operations from November 15

  • Front Desk – Increased daily staffing from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
  • Guest Arrival Times are Required – The arrival time is required when submitting reservations to Lahaina Shores.  Please inform your guests of the after-hours telephone number (808-633-7163) if their arrival time is outside of the front desk hours.
  • Lobby Front Doors – Locked from 10:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m.  Entry into the building with the Saflock unit key cards can be through the service entrance door in the porte cochere or through the stairwell exit doors on the north and south ends of the building.  We are awaiting installation of a Saflok card key reader on the lobby front doors.  As soon as that is completed, entry through the service door will not be necessary.
  • Lobby Sliding Doors at the Pool Deck – Locked from 10:00 p.m. to 6:00 a.m.  During the hours the front desk is not staffed (6:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.), the sliding door closest to the front desk will be partially open.  The sliding door closest to the concierge desk will remain locked.
  • Public Area Cleaning – The Housemen staff will constantly clean and sanitize all high touch surfaces from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.

 

MAHANA: Resort Maintenance and Spalling Repair - 

**SCHEDULE UPDATE PROVIDED BY RESORT ON 07/30/2021 -- THIS IS A ROUGH SCHEDULE THAT IS VERY LIKELY TO CHANGE**:

You should consider the near-term plan to be somewhat more likely to proceed as shown while the longer-term parts of the plan are very likely to change. We have encountered a number of areas of damage not previously known including some damage that requires work "inside" of units.

All efforts are being made to move repair work forward but delays and revisions to the plan are inevitable. An updated Plan will be sent on a regular basis as the work progresses.

The Spalling Repair Plan has been updated to reflect the latest revisions.  See below.

The workplan dates for the Lanai building have been materially revised as we recently moved to that building, rigged the initial stacks, and performed soundings to more accurately identify areas needing repair. 

Note that the plan is subject to change, has changed, and is likely to change again based on the discovery and repair of previously unknown damage.
You should consider the near-term plan to be somewhat more likely to proceed as shown while the longer-term parts of the plan are very likely to change.
We have encountered a number of areas of damage not previously known including some damage that requires work "inside" of units.
All efforts are being made to move repair work forward but delays and revisions to the plan are inevitable.
An updated Plan will be sent on a regular basis as the work progresses.

** Please be advised that Spalling Repair Work begins as early as 7am, a safety consideration, in order to take advantage of lower wind speeds on the Makai side of the building.

MOLOKAI BUILDING

Planned

Planned

 

LANAI BUILDING

Planned

Planned

 

Stack

Start Date

End Date

Status/Comments

Stack

Start Date

End Date

Status/Comments

09 Makai (Oceanside)

Done

Done

Completed

North Lanai Sheer Wall

6/21/2021

8/4/2021

Painting

08 Makai

Done

Done

Completed

11 Makai

7/1/2021

9/20/2021

Abatement/Demo

07 Makai

Done

Done

Completed

12 Makai

7/9/2021

9/30/2021

Abatement

06 Makai

Done

Done

Completed

13 Makai

7/9/2021

9/30/2021

Abatement

05  Makai

Done

Done

Completed

14 Makai

7/19/2021

10/18/2021

Sounding

04  Makai

Done

Done

Completed

15 Makai

8/4/2021

10/19/2021

Not Started

03 Makai

Done

Done

Completed

16 Makai

8/16/2021

10/29/2021

Not Started

02 Makai

Done

Done

Completed

17  Makai

8/20/2021

11/5/2021

Not Started

01 Makai

Done

Done

Completed

18 Makai

9/21/2021

12/3/2021

Not Started

South Molokai Sheer Wall

Done

Done

Completed

19 Makai

9/30/2021

12/15/2021

Not Started

01 Mauka (Mtn Side)

Done

Done

Completed

South Lanai Sheer Wall

10/18/2021

11/24/2021

Not Started

02 Mauka

Done

Done

Completed

19 Mauka (Mtn Side)

10/20/2021

11/11/2021

Not Started

03 Mauka

Done

Done

Completed

18 Mauka

10/29/2021

11/23/2021

Not Started

04 Mauka

Done

Done

Completed

17 Mauka

11/12/2021

12/17/2021

Not Started

05 Mauka

Done

Done

Completed

16 Mauka

11/5/2021

12/13/2021

Not Started

06 Mauka

Done

Done

Completed

15 Mauka

11/23/2021

12/29/2021

Not Started

07 Mauka

Done

Done

Completed

14 Mauka

11/26/2021

1/3/2022

Not Started

08 Mauka

Done

Done

Completed

13 Mauka

12/3/2021

1/3/2022

Not Started

09 Mauka

Done

Done

Completed

12 Mauka

12/16/2021

1/14/2022

Not Started

North Molokai Sheer Wall

6/25/2021

8/3/2021

Sounding

11 Mauka Side

12/20/2021

1/13/2022

Not Started

        

Sequence of Work

     

Step 1

Sounding & Layout

     

Step 2

Abatement

      

Step 3

Demolition

      

Step 4

Pour back

      

Step 5

Paint/Finish

      

Step 6

Completed

      

Jim Anderson (for the Board)

 

The Spalling Repair Workplan has been updated to reflect the latest revisions.  See below.

Reminder
If Mahana staff, their engineers, or spalling repair workers need access to a unit, need the unit to be vacated during work hours, or need a guest moved for several days you must cooperate.
Failure to do so can result in additional costs and these costs can be charged back to the owner of that unit.

Remember that the plan is subject to change, has changed, and is likely to change again based on the discovery and repair of previously unknown damage.
You should consider the near-term plan to be somewhat more likely to proceed as shown while the longer-term parts of the plan are very likely to change.
We have encountered a number of areas of damage not previously known including some damage that requires work "inside" of units.
All efforts are being made to move repair work forward but delays and revisions to the plan are inevitable.  An updated Plan will be sent on a regular basis as the work progresses.

** Please be advised that Spalling Repair Work begins as early as 7am, a safety consideration, in order to take advantage of lower wind speeds on the Makai side of the building.

MOLOKAI BUILDING

Planned

Planned

Status /

Change from

LANAI BUILDING

Planned

Planned

Status /

          Change from Prior Schedule

Stack

Start Date

End Date

Comments

Prior Plan ?

Stack

Start Date

End Date

Comments

09 Makai (Oceanside)

Done

Done

Completed

 

North Lanai Sheer Wall

6/21/2021

8/13/2021

Painting

 

8/4/2021

Wind delays

08 Makai

Done

Done

Completed

 

11 Makai

7/1/2021

9/23/2021

Demo

 

9/20/2021

Wind delays, 511 column damages extensive

07 Makai

Done

Done

Completed

 

12 Makai

7/9/2021

9/30/2021

Abatement

   

06 Makai

Done

Done

Completed

 

13 Makai

7/9/2021

10/1/2021

Abatement

 

9/30/2021

 

05  Makai

Done

Done

Completed

 

14 Makai

7/29/2021

10/18/2021

Sounding & Layout

7/19/2021

10/18/2021

 

04  Makai

Done

Done

Completed

 

15 Makai

8/12/2021

10/27/2021

Not Started

8/4/2021

10/19/2021

 

03 Makai

Done

Done

Completed

 

16 Makai

8/16/2021

10/29/2021

Not Started

   

02 Makai

Done

Done

Completed

 

17  Makai

8/27/2021

11/12/2021

Not Started

8/20/2021

11/5/2021

 

01 Makai

Done

Done

Completed

 

18 Makai

9/23/2021

12/8/2021

Not Started

9/21/2021

12/3/2021

 

South Molokai Sheer Wall

Done

Done

Completed

 

19 Makai

9/30/2021

1/31/2022

Not Started

 

12/15/2021

Significant column damages, anticipating 1.5 added months

01 Mauka (Mtn Side)

Done

Done

Completed

 

South Lanai Sheer Wall

10/18/2021

11/24/2021

Not Started

   

02 Mauka

Done

Done

Completed

 

19 Mauka (Mtn Side)

10/28/2021

11/23/2021

Not Started

10/20/2021

11/11/2021

 

03 Mauka

Done

Done

Completed

 

18 Mauka

11/23/2021

12/17/2021

Not Started

10/29/2021

11/23/2021

 

04 Mauka

Done

Done

Completed

 

17 Mauka

11/12/2021

12/17/2021

Not Started

11/12/2021

12/17/2021

 

05 Mauka

Done

Done

Completed

(1) Repair at interior Column Remaining

16 Mauka

12/17/2021

1/24/2022

Not Started

11/5/2021

12/13/2021

 

06 Mauka

Done

Done

Completed

 

15 Mauka

12/24/2021

1/25/2021

Not Started

11/23/2021

12/29/2021

 

07 Mauka

Done

Done

Completed

 

14 Mauka

12/28/2021

1/27/2022

Not Started

11/26/2021

1/3/2022

 

08 Mauka

Done

Done

Completed

 

13 Mauka

12/30/2021

1/28/2022

Not Started

12/3/2021

1/3/2022

 

09 Mauka

Done

Done

Completed

(2) touch up repairs in progress, painting

12 Mauka

1/28/2022

3/2/2022

Not Started

12/16/2021

1/14/2022

 

North Molokai Sheer Wall

6/25/2021

8/13/2021

Abatement

8/3 prior finish, wind delays

11 Mauka Side

1/24/2022

3/15/2022

Not Started

12/20/2021

1/13/2022

 
            

Sequence of Work

         

Step 1

Sounding & Layout

         

Step 2

Abatement

          

Step 3

Demolition

          

Step 4

Pour back

          

Step 5

Paint/Finish

          

Step 6

Completed

          

 

Jim Anderson (for the Board)

 

MAUI KA'ANAPALI VILLAS: 

 

The Emerald Building and portions of Aloha Tower A wing have upcoming spalling and plumbing projects
that may impact you or your guests. The attached map shows the proposed work areas. Periodic updates
based upon specific needs may be provided to impacted unit owners via email.
Projects:
Repair concrete spall and repair/replace certain plumbing for each of the three wings of Emerald Building
and the designated portions of the Aloha Tower A wing – 01, 02, and 03 stacks.
Dates and Process:
Aloha Tower – A wing units 01, 02 and 03 stacks only (Units 201, 202, 203, 301, 302, 303,
401, 402, 403, 501, 502, 503, 601, 602, 603):
September 7 – 10, 2021 - Mobilization of project material and unit protection (limited access and use of
units).
September 13 – October 18, 2021 – All unit access and use of unit
Emerald Building three wings (Oceanfront, Middle, Mauka):
Oceanfront: October 4 – 22, 2021 – all four units
Middle: October 18 - November 5, 2021 – all six units
Mauka: October 27 – November 23, 2021 – all twelve units
General Impacts:
• Work schedules are based upon Monday -Friday, 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
• Individual unit impact varies depending upon many factors including: floor, location, conditions,
findings and other. Intermittent noise from concrete cutting and other loud work will occur.
• More detailed calendars of unit availability will be communicated as learned.
• No concurrent owner projects will be allowed.
• A/C air handler replacements will take place by the AOAO where required.
• Spalling work on exterior walkways and lanais and touch up painting will be conducted at or near
other units.
• Project dates are subject to change based upon findings, unknown factors, and conditions. Every
effort will be made to minimize unit interior impacts and length of time units are out of order.
• Certain sections of the project area may expand based upon the progress and impact of the work.

The Aloha Tower A Wing second floor has an upcoming project that may impact you or your guests. The
attached map shows the proposed work area, however, there may be small areas addressed on the second
floor exterior walkways and lanais of both B Wing and C Wing. Periodic updates based upon specific
project needs may be provided to impacted unit owners via email.
Project:
Remove and replace current elastacoat waterproofing on the second floor of A Wing Aloha Tower; spot
treat areas as needed on exterior walkways and lanais both B and C wing.
Dates and Process:
All work will be performed Monday-Friday, 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
September 7 – 11, 2021 – Mobilize project material and roll off waste bin with little to no disruption.
September 13 – 30, 2021 – Noisy work performed 9:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. All second floor lanais of the A
Wing will be closed. The work crew removes the old roofing material by walking behind a grinding wheel
which will make noise and create dust.
October 1 – 15, 2021 – Work performed will have very minimal noise. All second floor lanais of the A
Wing remain closed. Cracks/spalling and other will be sealed, and resurfaced with new roofing material.
General Impacts:
• Aloha Tower A Wing lanais for units 201 to 207 will be closed from September 13 - October 15.
• Units 101-103 may hear/feel the grinding September 13-30, 2021.
• Units above the second floor will see the work and possibly hear the grinding.
• Less impactful work conducted by the AOAO may be completed before, during, or after. For
example, the second floor perimeter planter bed may be relined, the irrigation system refreshed,
concrete rectangle individual planters may be moved, and other lanais of the B and C Wings may
have inspections for spalling or spot treatment waterproofing.
• B and C Wing second floor units will be provided as much notice as possible for any access or
repair if required.
• Project dates are subject to change based upon findings under the old roofing material, weather,
or other unforeseen delays.
• Certain sections of the project area may open or close earlier or later in every effort to minimize
the impact to owners and guests.

 

The pools are open, but the Jacuzzi’s are closed until the resort can determine social distancing protocols.  The grills are open, but by reservation at the front desk.  The fitness center is closed but laundry facilities are open with limited occupancy.  

 

MAUI SANDS: 

Notice dated 2/13/18: Due to ongoing shoreline erosion issues the sunset deck and the stairs next to it have been closed indefinitely.  There is a stairway to ocean access at the north end of Building #4.

Maui Sands will have Mid Pacific providing Pest Control on the following dates/times in 2021:

Friday June 18, beginning at 8AM

Friday, August 27, beginning at 8AM

Friday, October 8, beginning at 8AM

Wednesday, December 29, beginning at 8AM

 

PAKI MAUI:

 

Quarterly pest control at Paki on Friday, July 23rd from 11 to 3 pm

 

 

PAPAKEA BEACH RESORT - Covid Related Changes and Other Information:

Common Area Rules as of 10/08/2020:

Until occupancy increases, the plan is to keep the facilities operating as previously reported with minor modifications where possible (copied below). Government restrictions, safety of occupants, occupancy level, owner/guest expectations, and financial impact to owners are all considered in evaluating these services.

Common Areas (lawns and open areas – not including recreational facilities) – open. Face coverings are required when outside of the unit except for when in the water.

No Association furniture will be available on the lawn area.  Occupants may bring their own chairs or mats for active use.  Unattended furniture left on common areas will be removed by staff.

Tennis and pickleball courts - open

  • Hours of operation: 7:00 AM – 10:00 PM
  • Full play allowed
  • Reservation is required through the front desk.  24-hour advanced reservation is required for usage from 7:00 AM – 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM – 10:00 PM (when the front desk is closed)
  • Back to back reservations is not allowed to allow for sanitation in between reservations.    

Putting greens; Shuffleboard courts – open

            o     Hours of operation: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM

            o     Reservations and equipment available through the front desk. Those with their own putters must make reservations at the front desk for monitoring of usage to comply with government rules.

Pool/Hot Tub/BBQs/Cabana

            o     Lanai pool area open - Hours of operation: 11:30 AM – 6:30 PM.  The Molokai pool area will open from 1:00 PM – 9:00 PM daily. 

            o     Required social-distancing and face coverings are required to keep pool area open and/or implementing more restrictive usage guidelines

Activities (Fitness classes/Mai-Tai parties) - suspended

Front desk / Offices – The front desk has returned to normal hours between 6:00 AM – 11:00 PM.

 

ROYAL KAHANA: 

 

Notice 10/12/2020: Royal Kahana Resort is not an approved facility for guests needing to quarantine pending a delayed pre-travel Covid test results and cannot accept quaranting guests.  Be sure you are aware of this and have an alternative plan for accommodations should your test results be delayed and decide travel to Maui without the proof of a negative test.   Around your resort, signage and sanitizing stations are continuing to be installed.  Limits will be in place for the following: pool usage 8 guests, one hour time limit;  grills will be limited to three guests at a time; the fitness center will be limited to three guests and a time limit of one hour.  These limits are imposed to allow for social distancing as well as creating time to periodically sanitize the equipment.  While swimming, grilling, dining, or exercising, maskwear is not required. The lower lobby will remain closed until we can figure out the best way to keep the upholstered furniture clean and sanitized.  The Surf and Reef Rooms will also remain closed.

The project taking place at the adjacent Valley Isle Resort (described below) may impact some guests, particularly those in condos on the south end of the property-Units 319 and 617).

 

VALLEY ISLE BEACH RESORT: Resort Improvements/Projects

Valley Isle Resort - Commercial Building Project - Beginning August 17, 2020 through approx May or June 2021 (Update as of 3/16/2021): 

A start date for the rebuild of the porte cochere, the lobby, the walkway to the high-rise and the separate building housing the health club which were destroyed in a fire, has been set for August 17, 2020.   We anticipate this to be a 9-10-month project so as of right now we believe construction will be completed in May or June of 2021. A few things to anticipate are less parking available as we will need to stage some materials, installation of a dust fence, the potential for noise, a temporary walkway and entrance to the resort through the pool area, a temporary construction office,  and contractors coming and going throughout the day. There will be some inconveniences for sure.  We will do our best to keep them at a minimum. Remember this will be a live construction site for months so expect all that comes with that.  

This project MAY affect guests staying at the adjacent Royal Kahana Resort (particularly those in condos on the south end of the property--Royal Kahana Units 319 and 617).

>Scheduled water shut downs 9am to 1pm on the following dates:                   

2021:                         

  • September 9th 
  • December 9th            

 2022:

  • March 10th               
  • June 9h                 
  • September 8th 
  • December 8th   

>Beach access at the Valley Isle Resort may be closed from time to time due to ocean and swell conditions. Sandbags have been installed along the shoreline. 

 Whaler:

Starting June 2021:

Please find attached the renovations update.

Expected noise:

Unit 364: Quiet to moderate noise

Unit 473: Moderate noise. Intermittent hammer drilling

Unit 673: Moderate to loud noise

Unit 708: Moderate noise

Unit 773: Moderate noise. Intermittent hammer drilling. Intermittent tile saw cutting

Tower 1 Locker Room 2: Loud noise expected from lockers demolition.