On October 8, 2,700 Marriott employees in Hawaii walked off the job. They joined other Marriott employees across the country demanding more pay and job security. And while the impacted hotels continue to be open, things aren’t business as usual.
As you’ll recall from my recent, disappointing experience at The Laylow Waikiki, Marriott’s guaranteed benefits aren’t always guaranteed. That’s the impression I got from this particular property, anyway. So I reached out to Marriott to express my concerns to them. And it appears that Marriott does not guarantee their guaranteed benefits.
The Laylow Waikiki opened last May, and since it was a hotel I was following closely, I ended up staying there soon after opening. But much can change in the first year of a hotel’s operations. As a result, I thought it prudent to do a The Laylow Waikiki – one year later review.
The Ritz-Carlton Residence Waikiki Beach opened two years ago with the completion of the Ewa Tower. And now, the property is getting ready to open their second and final phase, the Diamond Head Tower. But, in even better news, the Ritz-Carlton Residence Waikiki joins Marriott Rewards, adding another option for members on Oahu.
There’s been much debate among the Marriott community regarding a Fall 2018 promotion. The time in which they usually announce promotions came and went, leading some to believe there might not be one this year. However, the Big M finally came through. Marriott finally offers a Fall 2018 promotion as its competitor’s offers are already […]
As you’ll recall from my post yesterday, the Marriott Choice Benefit is something I’ve been looking forward to. But, it turns out, the Marriott Suite Night Award certificates are kind of a joke.