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Industry Q&A: John White, Sales and Marketing Director for Maui's Kaanapali Beach Hotel
Hawaiians don’t say goodbye when travelers leave the islands. Instead, they say, “A hui hou,” which means “Until we meet again.” Nobody could have predicted that COVID-19 would delay those reunions for more than five months, but clients can be sure that everything they love about the Aloha State is waiting for them upon their return.
Kaanapali Beach Hotel makes the most of the Covid shutdown
The Kaanapali Beach Hotel, looking to make the most of its shutdown during the Covid-19 pandemic, has expanded renovation work that was planned prior to coronavirus-related travel restrictions that effectively closed the Aloha State tourism industry.
5 New Things for Travelers to Look Forward to in Hawaii
As clients muse about future trips to Hawaii, travel advisors can keep their interest levels high by sharing what’s new and improved around the state. Following are five Hawaii works in progress sure to generate excitement among prospective visitors. Designed to freshen the islands for returning guests, they’re creating a buzz for their respective destinations.
Kā‘anapali Beach Hotel takes Top Rankings in HAWAI‘I Magazineʻs Readersʻ Choice Awards
Kāʻanapali Beach Hotel, and sister property, The Plantation Inn, were recognized in HAWAIʻI Magazine’s 8th annual Readers’ Choice Awards, with KBH ranking #1 on Maui in seven different categories.
"Most Hawaiian hotel" gets makeover: KBH to undergo $65M "renewal"
The Ka’anapali Beach Hotel will undergo a $65 million “property enhancement project” this spring that will include a new beachfront restaurant, redesign of its 180-room Kauai wing and an additional floor of parking.
Maui Staycation: Ka’anapali Beach Hotel, West Maui
In an age when culturally appropriate tourism is so important, it’s great to see Ka’anapali Beach Hotel leveraging what they’ve always been good at: being “Hawa’i’s most Hawaiian hotel.” KBH, as locals affectionately call the resort, has had a cultural education program for guests, long before it got trendy. Their Po’okela program was started by general manager Mike White, who saw the need for special cultural training for staff, and then later it expanded to guests.