Signage and face mask issues were observed during an inspection of the Aston Waikiki Beach hotel on March 13, 2021 by a union inspector.

Photo: Aston Waikiki Beach, Tiki’s Grill & Bar, March 13, 2021

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”.


Photo: Aston Waikiki Beach, March 13, 2021

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.


Photo: Aston Waikiki Beach, March 13, 2021

The elevator lobby didn’t have social distance floor markings or signage about face masks or elevator capacity restriction on the exterior.

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