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Patronizing companies in collective bargaining with ILWU Local 142 supports our local economy and your brothers and sisters. This is vital to strengthening our economy and community. Without a healthy economy, our communities suffer because of the slowdown in economic activity which may lead to decreased household incomes or the loss of jobs. Therefore, please patronize these hotels that negotiate fair contracts providing a high standard of living, health and retirement benefits for your brothers and sisters.


$$$$ – Very Expensive
Standard Room Rates
more than $400 per night
$$$ – Pricey
Standard Room Rates
between $300-$400 per night
$$ – Moderate
Standard Room Rates
between $200-$300 per night
$ – Budget Friendly
Standard Room Rates
less than $200 per night

Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa ($$$-$$$$)
1571 Poipu Road, Koloa
(808) 742-1234

An extraordinary experience awaits you at this luxurious beach resort. This resort boasts 604 classic Hawaiian guestrooms offering stunning ocean, garden or pool views from a private lanai. Indulge yourself with the pampering services in a world-class spa, or challenge yourself on a championship golf course. Hotel amenities include a traditional Luau with entertainment, Anara Spa, Camp Hyatt for children, StayFit™ fitness center, assistive devices for people with disabilities, bi-lingual staff, guest laundromat, safe deposit boxes at the front desk and in each guestroom, and golf and tennis pro shops. High-speed wired and wireless Internet access is available in all guestrooms, meeting rooms and public areas of the hotel – please note that service fees apply.

Each guestroom features a 37″ flat panel LCD TV, iHome stereo with iPod docking station, small chiller, in-room safe, bathrobes, iron and ironing board, coffee maker, Portico toiletries, air conditioning, hairdryer, and two complimentary bottles of water daily.

AAA Four Diamond Award (28 consecutive years since 1991)
2018 Readers’ Choice Awards Recipient – Top Resorts in Hawaii, Condé Nast Traveler

Princeville Resort ($$$$)
5520 Ka Haku Road, Princeville
(808) 826-9644

The Princeville Resort marks the legendary brand’s first resort in Hawaii and introduces an unparalleled level of sophistication and serene luxury to one of the most remarkable destinations in the world. Located on the exclusive North Shore of Kauai this resort is the focal point of Princeville at Hanalei. Ride horseback along the majestic Na Molokama mountain range or kayak the idyllic Hanalei River. Resort guests enjoy a wide range of ocean sports and eco-adventures from surf lessons, snorkeling to hiking the dramatic Nā Pali coast.

Guestrooms feature a home entertainment theater system, CD clock radio, flat screen LCD TV, Remede toiletries, hairdryer, luxurious 400-Thread Count Goose-Down comforter, 300-Thread Count linens, plush bathrobes and slippers, in-room safe, mini refrigerator, iron and ironing board, complimentary bottled water, and complimentary high-speed Internet access.

AAA Four Diamond Award (9 consecutive years since 2010)
2018 Readers’ Choice Awards Recipient – Top Resorts in Hawaii, Condé Nast Traveler

The Point At Poipu ($$$$)
1613 Pee Road, Koloa
(808) 742-1888

The Point at Poipu located on Kauai’s southernmost tip offers exceptional snorkeling and scuba diving for the family. This resort overlooks the secluded and polished sands of Shipwreck Beach. Families will enjoy returning to a spacious two-bedroom, fully equipped accommodation after a day of island exploration. All accommodations offer fully-equipped kitchens, master baths, and mid-week housekeeping. Complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access in lobby.

Guestrooms feature air conditioning, alarm clock radio, private balcony, patio, or terrace; ceiling fans, iron and ironing board, in-room safe, sleeper sofa, washer/dryer, hair dryer, and Wi-Fi Internet access – service fees apply.

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