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Outrigger Resorts

by Outrigger

Outrigger ResortsOutrigger’s new brand vision is a reflection of 67 successful years as a hospitality company that began at iconic Waikiki Beach. Today, Outrigger welcomes guests to 15 full service beachfront resorts in stunning settings in Hawaii, Australia, Fiji, Guam, Thailand, Mauritius, and now the Maldives. More resorts are on the horizon in Hainan Island, China and Vietnam. Incredible beaches are just the beginning of an Outrigger Resorts experience. The host culture of every location is authentically represented in gracious guest service and traditional architecture elegantly interpreted with contemporary finesse. Outrigger embraces local communities by incorporating farm-to-table freshness in flavorful cuisine, supporting civic projects, and developing sustainable programs that protect coral reefs and fragile sea life.

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Hotel Development

Honua Kai Resort & Spa

Outrigger Hotels and Resorts today announced the acquisition of Honua Kai Resort & Spa's on-site resort rental program interests from affiliates of Alterra Mountain Company. The move highlights Outrigger's commitment to increasing and enhancing its global portfolio, which includes 37 owned and/or managed hotels, resorts and vacation condominiums in Hawaii, Fiji, Thailand, Guam, Mauritius and the Maldives.

Brand News

Outrigger Sets Sail to Become World’s Premier Beachfront Resort Brand

Outrigger founders Roy and Estelle Kelley opened their first hotel in the Hawaii resort destination of Waikiki in September 1947. Today, as Outrigger Enterprises Group celebrates its Founders Day, the company is excited to announce the launch of a dedicated beachfront resort brand – Outrigger Resorts, which includes its existing world-class properties in Hawaii, Australia, Fiji, Guam, Thailand, Mauritius, and now the Maldives, as well as future resorts planned for China, Vietnam and elsewhere across Asia Pacific and the Indian Ocean.

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