APEC to impact access to Hale Koa Hotel, surrounding areas

| November 5, 2011 | 0 Comments

Hale Koa Hotel
News Release

WAIKIKI — The Hale Koa Hotel, here, will host meetings and social events during the upcoming Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, or APEC, forum, and additional security measures needed to support those events will restrict access to the hotel and its parking and beach areas, Nov. 10-13.

All vehicles will be removed from the main parking structure, which is located across the street from the hotel, prior to the parking facility being closed to the public at midnight, Nov. 10.

All Hale Koa Hotel parking facilities will be closed and access restricted from midnight, Nov. 10, through 6 a.m., Nov. 13. Only registered hotel guests and staff will be permitted to park in the Saratoga parking area, which is adjacent to the U.S. Army Museum.

Starting at 10 p.m., Nov. 11, and continuing until 6 a.m., Nov. 13, security check points will be set up around the hotel. One central point of entry and exit to the Hale Koa Hotel will be established. Only registered guests, hotel staff and other authorized personnel will be granted access to the hotel area during this time.

The Hale Koa Hotel swimming pools and beach front areas will be closed all day Nov. 12.

Street access to and from the Hale Koa will also be impacted.

The streets near the hotel most affected will be Ala Moana Boulevard, Kalakaua Avenue, Saratoga Road, Kalia Road, Lewers Street and Beach Walk Road. Portions of these streets may be closed or have restricted access at varying times during APEC sessions.

For updated information and maps, visit www.apec2011hawaii.com.



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