Building C Renovation Delay

Due to a shipping delay with the new furniture package, the re-opening of Building C has had a slight delay and is scheduled for June 1st. All reservations impacted by this have been accommodated.

Mahalo for your Kokua.

— Bob Egan, Project Manager 

Kaua‘i North Shore Traffic Advisory - May 2019

Due to the significant North Shore flooding event of April 2018, major repair is still ongoing. Please help our island and its residents to recover from this natural disaster.

• Bridge work continues north of Hanalei on 3 one-lane bridges. EXPECT SIGNIFICANT TRAFFIC DELAYS.

• Hā‘ena State Park, including Kalalau Trail, Hanakāpī‘ai Beach and Falls, and access to Kē‘ē Beach, is CLOSED. There is NO PARKING.

• Hā‘ena County Beach Park, including access to Makua (Tunnels), is CLOSED. There is NO PARKING.

• Limahuli Gardens is CLOSED. There is NO PARKING.

• Parking on Kūhiō Highway in Hā‘ena is PROHIBITED.Parking fines are $200 for first offense.

• All public parks and facilities in Hā‘ena are NO PARKING.

• No PUBLIC RESTROOMS open beyond Hanalei check point.

If you do not have a residential permit or placard, please do not drive north of Hanalei.

Meanwhile, Hanalei, Princeville, and Kīlauea are open for business. Please enjoy these North Shore towns until Hā‘ena and Wainiha have recovered and are ready to welcome visitors later in the summer.

Effective Dates May 1stto May 31st, 2019 (effective dates are subject to possible weather delays). This Advisory will be updated in June.

From the Board

Dear AOAO Owners & Pono Kai Resort Affiliates:

We are writing to advise you of repairs to the exteriors of Buildings H & C.

Date of Project – Building Building
January 5th – January 18th , 2019 H-Building
August 17th – August 31st , 2019 C-Building

Building H units that will be undergoing Lanai repairs as follows:

H-104, H-204,H-304.

 

Building C units that will be undergoing Lanai repairs as follows:

C-102,C-202,C302.

We realize that these projects may be an inconvenience to you, but they are necessary. Please notify your guests of the scheduled projects prior to their arrival at the resort.  Also, be advised that although we do not anticipate any changes to this schedule, it is subject to change.  Be assured that we will notify you as soon as possible of any changes.

The resort staff is committed to assist our owners and guests through this process.  We appreciate your patience while this significant and much-needed improvement is made to our resort.

Your Kokua is greatly appreciated.  For further information, please contact me at the resort (808) 822-9831 extension 532 or Peter Sit extension 500.

Sincerely,

— Bob Egan, Project Manager

A Letter from our Project Manager

Dear AOAO Owner & Pono Kai Resort Affiliates:

We are writing to advise you of the major projects underway at the resort for 2019 between the months of February through June.

We will be undergoing a major interior renovation, to include all new tile floors with a sound proofing underlayment, new drywall ceiling and a sound
proof barrier in the ceilings, full renovated bathrooms with full tile wall bath enclosures, and we will also be replacing all of the furnishings and
appliances.

Date of Project – Building Building
February 2nd – June 1, 2019 C Building (14 units)
February 2nd – June 1, 2019 Units B103 & G102 (Pacific Fantasy)

We realize that these projects may be an inconvenience to you, but they are necessary. Please notify your guests of the scheduled projects prior to their arrival at the resort.  Also, be advised that although we do not anticipate any changes to this schedule, it is subject to change.  Be assured that we will notify you as soon as possible of any changes.

The resort staff is committed to assist our owners and guests through this process.  We appreciate your patience while this significant and much-needed improvement is made to our resort.

Your Kokua is greatly appreciated.  For further information, please contact me at the resort (808) 822-9831 extension 532 or Peter Sit extension 500.

Sincerely,

— Bob Egan, Project Manager

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