Like all accommodations, there are a number of policies and procedures that have changed due to this Pandemic.
- As of the last update Hawaii has a 14 day quarantine requirement for new arrivals into the state.
- We are not allowed to accept guests during their quarantine period.
- We have greatly enhanced cleaning requirements to keep both you and ourselves safe. This includes UV lights.
- The cleaning fee has increased due to these procedures
- We are following social distancing requirements on the premises.
- Masks may be required in common areas, please bring your own.
- We are providing hand sanitizer stations and supplies for guests.
14 Day Quarantine
As of this latest update, Hawaii is requiring all new arrivals in the state, including returning residents and tourists, to quarantine themselves for 14 days.
Due to this short trips to Hawaii are simply not practical at this time, please plan accordingly.
The revised cleaning procedures are now very extensive and time consuming. We are following guidelines developed by our industry for vacation rentals. We will only clean your room at the end of your stay. We will continue to swap towels you leave in plastic bags provided outside your door, and provide supplies like toilet paper and coffee. You will have to remove your own trash, but it’s a short walk and fresh bags are in the bottom of your can.
If you are interested in the details of what we’ll be doing, you can find the latest guidance at the following sites:
As discussed above, in order to be able to comply with these guidelines we need at least 24 hours between guests. There are no more back to back stays, and the cleaning fee we are charging has increased to accommodate these extensive procedures. We’ve also invested in UV lights to sanitize rooms before we clean, as well as once more for you after we’re done.
While on Premises
We are also following social distancing and other medical guidance while on the premises. You will find touch free sanitizer dispensers in key public areas for your safety.
At this time we do ask that you wear masks in public areas you’re sharing with other guests, such as poolside should you happen to use it at the same time.
There may be other changes to this guidance before or even during your stay. This will be based on the latest information about how to safely address this pandemic, as well as the health or safety requirements of the State of Hawaii or the County of Maui.