Get it Right the First Time: Hawaii Tourism Watch
Imperial Hawaii Resort
Dates of inspections: October 14, 2020
Was this hotel open for guests during the October 14, 2020 inspection? Yes.
Has this hotel committed in a written agreement with Local 5 to providing COVID-19 testing for workers? No.
Has the hotel provided Local 5 with its policies/procedures/guidelines for contact tracing and tracking staff interaction with guests and other staff: No.
Percentage of non-staff people whom local 5’s inspector(s) observed were not wearing masks or the mask didn’t cover their nose or mouth: No Data
October 14, 2020 Inspection Findings
|Area of inspection:||Inspection findings:|
|Plexiglas (or other) barriers||Plexiglas barriers were installed at the front desk.|
|Hand sanitizer||Two hand sanitizer stations were observed in the lobby. See photo.
In the pool area house phone and ice machine there were no hand sanitizer stations. See photo.
No hand sanitizer stations were observed in the employee locker room or employee dining area .
No hand sanitizer stations were observed at elevator lobby areas on the hotel floors.
|Social distancing||There was no signage in employee locker room about maximum capacity limits.
Pool chairs were not spaced out six feet. See photo.
Guest elevator had a maximum capacity sign. See photo.
|Signage||COVID signage by elevator was no larger than regular 8.5×11 piece of paper. See photo.
Employee elevator area had no COVID signage inside or outside nor was there a hand sanitizer station. See photo.
|Other||On the 27th floor where the pool is, the elevator landing had no COVID signage or hand sanitizer. See photo.
Linen was piled up by laundry chute. See photo.
Linens in laundry room were not clearly marked as dirty or clean. See photo.