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Resort and Hospitality

In Hawaii, the resort and hospitality industry has been and promises to continue to be the leading economic sector of the state. Goodsill attorneys regularly advise hotel owners and operators, airlines, travel agencies, restaurants, golf courses, amusement parks, resort developers and others directly or indirectly related to the resort and hospitality industry. We are counsel to many of the major resort developers and hotels in the state and also have structured, negotiated, and provided counsel for properties located outside of Hawaii.

Goodsill attorneys serving clients in the resort and hospitality industry have assisted in land use and acquisition, loan documentation, hotel management agreements, construction and development, government licensing, ground and space leasing, ADA compliance, as well as general business law issues. Goodsill provides services on nearly every matter that might arise, including regulatory and compliance matters, tax, litigation, labor and employment, condominium and time-sharing, immigration, environmental, and finance law.

We give practical advice. We understand the need for quick turnaround and cost effective solutions. We understand the travel and hospitality business.

Our representative clients in this industry group include: Hyatt Corporation, Grand Wailea Resort, Four Seasons, Wet 'N Wild Hawaii, YMCA of Honolulu, Expedia, Travelocity, Priceline, JTB, Japan Airlines, Kyo-ya (Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Sheraton Waikiki, Moana Surfrider, Princess Kaiulani, Sheraton Maui, The Palace Hotel, Grand Cypress Resort), Mauna Lani Service, Inc. (Mauna Lani Resort), Kaupulehu Makai Venture (Hualalai Resort), Kawailoa Development (Poipu Bay Resort/Hyatt Regency Kauai), Kahaone Investment Corporation (Waikiki Beachcomber Hotel), Waikoloa Development Co. (Waikoloa Resort) and Lanai Resorts, LLC.

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