Signage and face mask issues were observed during an inspection of the Aston Waikiki Beach hotel on March 13, 2021 by a union inspector.
A sign at the entrance to Tiki’s Grill & Bar told guests about the restaurant’s face mask rules that were not compliant with county rules. The restaurant sign said guests do not need to wear a mask “when seated at your table”. The county rule was: restaurant “customers must wear face coverings consistent with Order 5 of the Order at all times within the facility, except when eating or drinking”.
The main entry way from the beachfront sidewalk fronting the hotel had no prominent COVID signage about face mask requirements . For guests entering the hotel from this direction, the only visible sign about face mask policy in this area was a moveable one that was placed behind a pillar off to the side.
The elevator lobby didn’t have social distance floor markings or signage about face masks or elevator capacity restriction on the exterior.