Beach Villas COVID-19 Procedures
Updated: Nov 28, 2020
On-site at the Beach Villas at Ko Olina, we have implemented Infection Control Protocols which involve more frequent sanitation of commonly touched surfaces, educating our staff on COVID-19 protocol and safety (ie. staying home when sick, handwashing, and coughing/sneezing etiquette), and Personal Contact (ie. physical greeting, contact with sick persons, etc.).
New hand sanitizing stations have been installed at the entrances to Beach and Ocean Towers, Main Lobby, and Bar. The CDC poster "COVID-19: What The Public Should Do" and HI State Department of Health "What You Need To Know" poster is also up in the elevators. Social distancing measures are in effect in the public spaces of our property.
Upon pulling into our circular drive, please enter the lobby with your mask on and maintain social distancing from other guests, as you approach the front desk. You'll be pleased to note that our check-in lobby is in open air and is not an enclosed space.
We have fewer accommodations than the hotels around us in Ko Olina and in Waikiki, and we require a minimum of a one week stay. This creates fewer guest check-in's and check-out's, which creates a natural social distancing experience.
There is a maximum of 6 guests in a two bedroom and 8 guests in a three bedroom who may be registered as guests at our property. It is these registered guests who are allowed to use the facilities such as the pools, hot tubs and fitness center. No additional outside guests are allowed for your safety. Similar requirements are in place at the Four Seasons, Disney Aulani and the Marriott Beach Club.
Masks are required while in our public spaces but are not required during swimming. The pool lounge furniture has been spaced apart accordingly.
The fitness center is open on a reservation basis. During your reserved time, it will be for the exclusive use of the registered guests, staying in your villa. A cleaning is performed between each reservation.
Beaches are currently open for swimming but are not open for gatherings and lounging on the sand. Restrictions will be reduced over time as cases are currently declining.
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We look forward to inviting you into our safe haven and relaxing oasis, a respite from the outside world.