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Prince Waikiki to reduce operations due to statewide travel restrictions

bizjournals Wednesday, 25 March 2020 ()
Prince Waikiki plans to reduce operations in an effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. In a letter to guests posted to its website earlier this week, the 563-room property announced that it has made the “difficult decision” to temporarily limit its operations through April 30 beginning on Thursday. During this period, Prince Waikiki said that it will house only “essential airline employees as needed.” The decision follows the state’s stay-at-home order and the mandate for anyone…
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Pacific Business News The hotel employs 400-500 workers, depending on the season. As of March 25, Prince Waikiki has not laid off any emp… https://t.co/J0Z4EXg0pY 2 days ago

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