Please visit the State of Hawaii published resource site for the latest COVID 19 travel information and tips.

Here you will find several helpful Q&As.  Information, recommendations, rules, and guidelines change often and quickly, and they are published on this site. https://hawaiicovid19.com/travel/getting-to-hawaii/

October 19, 2021

Hawaii invites Non-Essential Travel starting November 1st. Click Here to read more.

September 14, 2021

The Governor made a request to travelers on 8/23/21 to postpone travel until hospital capacity reaches a manageable state.  This is a request and not a mandate.  Travel has not been shut down.  We expect this request to lift as soon as our hospitals regain capacity.  If you plan to cancel out of an abundance of caution you can speak with an agent today.  As of today, we are allowing postponements only if arriving prior to or on 10/31/2021.  Please contact us for questions regarding your visit.

Ali’i Resorts Commitment to You During Covid-19

A note to our Owners, Guests, Vendors, and Employees;

Ali’i Resorts takes the Coronavirus very seriously and is following public health directions. In addition, we are also implementing a new health and safety program called Ali’i Resorts AlohaSafeStay

Here’s what we’re doing as we evolve this program.

Ali’i Resorts Enhanced Cleaning

We are following CDC guidelines and remain focused on correct cleaning and disinfecting protocols. The safety and health of our guests, owners, staff, and vendors are of utmost importance. 

In response to coronavirus COVID-19, Ali’i Resorts is emphasizing suggested measures on appropriate hygiene standards and following the guidance of the CDC and WHO. Guidelines of global and local health authorities are being followed for the health and safety of all. 

The cleaning and disinfecting solutions we are implementing are rated to sanitize and remove COVID-19 and other viruses. We are also implementing new technologies like electrostatic sprayers with disinfecting mist and ultraviolet light to sanitize surfaces and objects.

We are dedicating extra time to clean and disinfect high touch areas such as doorknobs, electronic locks, sink faucets, remote controls, light switches, countertops, refrigerator handles, stove, and oven controls, thermostats, bedstand top and drawer handles and wall areas around the toilet. 

Learn More About Aloha Safe Stay

Ali’i Resorts Health & Safety Plan

Our housekeepers and maintenance teams are receiving ongoing cleaning and disinfecting and safety briefings and enhanced operating protocols.

We have adjusted our check-in and check-out time to allow more time for all cleanings. This will allow all cleaning staff extra time to clean and disinfect our rentals. 

Our laundry team continues to clean linens off-site in our commercial washers and dryers that are heated to the suggested temperature by the WHO. 

Cleaning products (PEROXIDE MULTI-SURFACE CLEANER AND DISINFECTANT RTU) are graded by the EPA and approved for use against emerging enveloped viral pathogens and can be used during the current novel coronavirus outbreak. In-person greets have been suspended for staff and guest safety.  This is being replaced with a digital greet.  

For stays that qualify for daily housekeeping services, we will now be offering an exchange program. This will ensure linens and amenities are exchanged on the appropriate days but are now contactless. Ali’i Resorts staff will be provided with gloves and masks.

Questions About Coronavirus COVID-19 

Where can I get tested?

Learn about the labs providing testing for both anti-bodies and COVID here.

What preventive steps can be taken?

Our daily behaviors can help stop the spread of this virus. 

Some items include: 

  • Washing your hands with soap and water for a minimum of 20 seconds
  • Using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer (when not visibly soiled)
  • Covering your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing
  • Disposing of used tissue in the wastebasket
  • Coughing or sneezing into an elbow or upper sleeve if a tissue is not available; not touching your eyes nose, and mouth with unwashed hands
  • Preventing unnecessary personal contact with sick people such as kissing, sharing cups or eating utensils.

 What are the symptoms of COVID-19?

Fever, fatigue, shortness of breath, chills, headache, sore throat, loss of smell or taste.

What should I do if I suspect I have COVID-19?

If you believe you have been exposed to COVID-19 or display signs of COVID-19 while you are staying with us, please seek out medical treatment as soon as possible.  Our vacation rentals across South Maui and West Maui have multiple health facilities nearby.  Before going to a clinic or medical facility please call ahead for current COVID 19 intake policies.  If it is an emergency call 911.  

 Medical Facilities & Clinics South and West Maui:

Maui Memorial Medical Center (Hospital Central Maui)
221 Mahalani St. Wailuku, HI 96796
(808) 244-9056

Maui Medical Group (South Maui)
2349 S Kihei Rd Kihei, HI 96753
(808) 270-1528 

Kihei-Wailea Medical Center (South Maui)
221 Piikea Ave. Kihei, HI 96753
(808) 808-874-8100

Maui Medical Group (West Maui)
130 Prison St Lahaina HI 96761
(808) 661-0051

Urgent Care West Maui (West Maui)
2580 Kekaa Dr #111 Lahaina, HI 96761
(808) 667-9721

Please visit the State of Hawaii published resource site for the latest COVID 19 travel information and tips.

Here you will find several helpful Q&As.  Information, recommendations, rules, and guidelines change often and quickly, and they are published on this site. https://hawaiicovid19.com/travel/getting-to-hawaii/

September 14, 2021

The Governor made a request to travelers on 8/23/21 to postpone travel until hospital capacity reaches a manageable state.  This is a request and not a mandate.  Travel has not been shut down.  We expect this request to lift as soon as our hospitals regain capacity.  If you plan to cancel out of an abundance of caution you can speak with an agent today.  As of today, we are allowing postponements only if arriving prior to or on 10/31/2021.  Please contact us for questions regarding your visit.

Ali’i Resorts Commitment to You During Covid-19

A note to our Owners, Guests, Vendors, and Employees;

Ali’i Resorts takes the Coronavirus very seriously and is following public health directions. In addition, we are also implementing a new health and safety program called Ali’i Resorts AlohaSafeStay

Here’s what we’re doing as we evolve this program.

Ali’i Resorts Enhanced Cleaning

We are following CDC guidelines and remain focused on correct cleaning and disinfecting protocols. The safety and health of our guests, owners, staff, and vendors are of utmost importance. 

In response to coronavirus COVID-19, Ali’i Resorts is emphasizing suggested measures on appropriate hygiene standards and following the guidance of the CDC and WHO. Guidelines of global and local health authorities are being followed for the health and safety of all. 

The cleaning and disinfecting solutions we are implementing are rated to sanitize and remove COVID-19 and other viruses. We are also implementing new technologies like electrostatic sprayers with disinfecting mist and ultraviolet light to sanitize surfaces and objects.

We are dedicating extra time to clean and disinfect high touch areas such as doorknobs, electronic locks, sink faucets, remote controls, light switches, countertops, refrigerator handles, stove, and oven controls, thermostats, bedstand top and drawer handles and wall areas around the toilet. 

Learn More About Aloha Safe Stay

Ali’i Resorts Health & Safety Plan

Our housekeepers and maintenance teams are receiving ongoing cleaning and disinfecting and safety briefings and enhanced operating protocols.

We have adjusted our check-in and check-out time to allow more time for all cleanings. This will allow all cleaning staff extra time to clean and disinfect our rentals. 

Our laundry team continues to clean linens off-site in our commercial washers and dryers that are heated to the suggested temperature by the WHO. 

Cleaning products (PEROXIDE MULTI-SURFACE CLEANER AND DISINFECTANT RTU) are graded by the EPA and approved for use against emerging enveloped viral pathogens and can be used during the current novel coronavirus outbreak. In-person greets have been suspended for staff and guest safety.  This is being replaced with a digital greet.  

For stays that qualify for daily housekeeping services, we will now be offering an exchange program. This will ensure linens and amenities are exchanged on the appropriate days but are now contactless. Ali’i Resorts staff will be provided with gloves and masks.

Questions About Coronavirus COVID-19 

Where can I get tested?

Learn about the labs providing testing for both anti-bodies and COVID here.

What preventive steps can be taken?

Our daily behaviors can help stop the spread of this virus. 

Some items include: 

  • Washing your hands with soap and water for a minimum of 20 seconds
  • Using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer (when not visibly soiled)
  • Covering your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing
  • Disposing of used tissue in the wastebasket
  • Coughing or sneezing into an elbow or upper sleeve if a tissue is not available; not touching your eyes nose, and mouth with unwashed hands
  • Preventing unnecessary personal contact with sick people such as kissing, sharing cups or eating utensils.

 What are the symptoms of COVID-19?

Fever, fatigue, shortness of breath, chills, headache, sore throat, loss of smell or taste.

What should I do if I suspect I have COVID-19?

If you believe you have been exposed to COVID-19 or display signs of COVID-19 while you are staying with us, please seek out medical treatment as soon as possible.  Our vacation rentals across South Maui and West Maui have multiple health facilities nearby.  Before going to a clinic or medical facility please call ahead for current COVID 19 intake policies.  If it is an emergency call 911.  

 Medical Facilities & Clinics South and West Maui:

Maui Memorial Medical Center (Hospital Central Maui)
221 Mahalani St. Wailuku, HI 96796
(808) 244-9056

Maui Medical Group (South Maui)
2349 S Kihei Rd Kihei, HI 96753
(808) 270-1528 

Kihei-Wailea Medical Center (South Maui)
221 Piikea Ave. Kihei, HI 96753
(808) 808-874-8100

Maui Medical Group (West Maui)
130 Prison St Lahaina HI 96761
(808) 661-0051

Urgent Care West Maui (West Maui)
2580 Kekaa Dr #111 Lahaina, HI 96761
(808) 667-9721