Hotel workers at the Hilton Hawaiian Village continue to suffer from layoffs and reduced work, even as recent photos showed dead birds in the eaves of the currently closed Hilton’s Rainbow Lanai restaurant.

The Hilton Hawaiian Village sits on 22 acres of land with 4,000 rooms and eight towers!  UNITE HERE Local 5 calls on the hotel management to bring back hotel workers and bring them back with safety protocols in place as tourists return to Hawaii.

Photos: Hilton Hawaiian Village, Rainbow Lanai restaurant, March 2-3, 2021

 

 

Photos: Hilton Hawaiian Village, Rainbow Lanai restaurant, March 2-3, 2021

 

Photos: Hilton Hawaiian Village, Rainbow Lanai restaurant, March 2-3, 2021

 

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  1. Anonymous

    The white feathered corpses were still there last Friday, April 23. The beach was full of people, you could see rows and rows of umbrellas that reminded me of pre-covid Waikiki. I walked past lagoon and walked toward Rainbow Tower where several families were forming a line outside of the Dairy Queen. To my horror, the dead birds were pretty visible as I continued to walk down the boardwalk along Rainbow Lanai restaurant. Why are dead animals still hanging from there? People are consuming food in the area! Clearly, Hilton Hawaiian Village is lacking adequate staffing, willingness to take care of the property, and a drive to ensure hygiene and safety of guests. Hilton boasts its new standard of sanitation protocol, but the concept of “Hilton CleanStay” seems to be severely limited. Hilton needs to bring more hotel workers back!