Advisories & Guest Updates

While you are visiting Hawaii, we hope you have a safe and memorable stay. If you have any questions about travel to the Hawaiian Islands, please reference this information. 


September 14, 2018: Post-Tropical Cyclone Oliva continues to move away from the Hawaiian Islands. The storm is no longer considered a threat to the state. All hotels are fully open and continue to welcome all guests. 



August 17, 2018: The County of Hawaii continues to closely monitor the Kilauea volcanic activity on the Island of Hawaii.

In light of the reduced activity, the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory/U.S. Geological Survey lowered the Alert Level from Warning to Watch, indicating that the hazards at Kilauea summit and Lower East Rift Zone in lower Puna have diminished.

Our hotels on the Island of Hawai'i are fully open and operational. All flights into Kona International Airport (KOA) and Hilo International Airport (ITO) are also operating normally. All hotels and airports on O'ahu, Maui and Kaua'i have not been affected. 


The volcanic activity and where lava has flowed is limited to an isolated area in Lower Puna on the Island of Hawai'i's east side. This area in Puna district covers less than a 10-square-mile area of the island's 4,028 square miles. This is more than 100 driving miles from the western Kohala and Kona Coasts. In addition, Hilo town is approximately 20 miles away and unaffected by Kilauea volcano. 

Air quality on the Island of Hawai‘i remains largely unchanged with this situation. However, air quality in the immediate area where the lava is flowing can be hazardous (SO2-sulfur dioxide), and officials are continuing to monitor air quality.

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