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    Kauai, Maui hotel rates rise 6%, Hawaii occupancy at 73%

    Hotels on Kauai and Maui saw their average room rates rise by more than 5 percent last week, compared to the same week last year, as the statewide average daily rate reached $219, according to the weekly report from Hospitality Advisors LLC and STR Inc. The statewide hotel occupancy rate was 72.8 percent for the week of Aug. 31 […]

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    Kauai has nine new civil defense sirens

     . . . .thanks to a statewide modernization program. Two have been set up in new locations in Aliomanu Estates and Isenberg Park. The rest replaced sirens at Anini Beach, Kapaa High School, Kauai Veterans Cemetery, Lihue ballpark, Lydgate Beach Park, Shipwreck Beach and Vidinha Stadium.  Plans are in place for Kauai’s remaining sirens to […]

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    Hawaii businessman Duane Kurisu and son buy Kauai properties from Grove Farm for $17M

    Hawaii businessman Duane Kurisu and his son, Robert, have purchased 12 properties totaling about seven acres in Lihue on Kauai, whose tenants include a Taco Bell, Burger King, a car wash, offices, a preschool and the island’s only movie theater, from Grove Farm, for $16.7 million. Robert Kurisu, who confirmed the sale to PBN on […]

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    Kauai’s Coco Palms Resort redevelopment moves a step ahead

    The iconic Coco Palms Resort on Kauai has moved another step forward to being restored to its former glory, as the current owner of the property has transferred the property to the lender, Prudential Insurance, according to public records. The transfer was for about 20 acres for $11.2 million from Maryland-based Coco Palms Ventures, which acquired the property […]

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    Billionaire Thai-Chinese businessman buys Kauai’s Princeville Resort for $343M

    Billionaire Thai-Chinese businessman Chanchai Ruayrungruang’s Reignwood International has purchased 1,103 acres at the Princeville Resort in Hanalei, including the Prince Golf Course, on the North Shore of Kauai for $343 million, the resort’s master developer told PBN Wednesday. Hawaii developer Jeff Stone’s The Resort Group, one of the largest resort development landowners in the state, confirmed the sale to […]

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