COVID-19 Update

April 25th

Governor David Ige issued a sweeping "stay-at-home" order for the state as part of an aggressive push to stop the spread of coronavirus in the islands. The order goes into effect Wednesday at 12:01 a.m. and continues through June 30. And it’s meant to stop all but those activities deemed essential ― such as healthcare operations to grocery shopping and car repair to walks and surfing. [MORE]

March 21st

Governor’s Order for Self-Quarantine of All Travelers to Hawai‘i. [MORE]

March 17th

Governor David Ige requested visitors to postpone their plans to visit Hawaii for the next 30 days.


If you are traveling between now and June first and need to make changes to your reservation, you must speak with the Owner/Manager of the property. Mahalo.

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