Hawaii Hotel Construction Database Alerts Consumers

 

Travel Hawaii, a Hawaii-based internet travel agency, has developed a database of Hawaii hotel construction and renovation projects designed to help consumers (and travel agents) view all current construction projects and choose when it’s best to schedule a Hawaii vacation.

“It’s a great disappointment to Hawaii visitors when they pay for a good room in a good hotel, only to find that the lobby or pool is being torn up for the entire time of their visit,” said John Lindelow, owner of Travel Hawaii. “Our goal is to inform our clients before they even book their Hawaii vacation where there’s construction, and exactly what kind of construction it is, so they can make informed decisions.”

In addition, current construction projects are described on Travel Hawaii’s individual hotel web pages.

Construction at Hawaii hotels has been booming in the past two years as hotels vie to keep their hotels updated in light of changing consumer tastes and increasing demand. “We are seeing many more renovation projects being announced this year,” said Lindelow, “and some huge ones at that, so we want to arm our clients with the knowledge they need.”

Travel Hawaii maintains a full list of current construction and renovation projects at major Hawaii hotels at http://Travel-Hawaii.com/hawaii_hotel_construction.html.

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