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Articles About Molokai Lodging

A collection of articles about overnight accommodations on the island of Molokai in Hawaii.


Community is Mobilizing to Buy Molokai Ranch
Article buy Brittany Lyte published in the "civilbeat.org" Web sigte on August 4, 2022.
FROM THE ARTICLE: "On development-weary Molokai, where boarded-up resorts, restaurants and theaters recall a foreign investor’s abandoned crusade to remodel a moribund pineapple plantation town into a lucrative tourist destination, a decades-old quest to overthrow corporate interests that control a third of the island is gaining new momentum.


Kaupoa, Molokai: Hawaii's Haunted Beach Village
Article by P.F. Bentley published December 26, 2013 by Huff Post and Honolulu Civil Beat.
FROM THE ARTICLE: Kaupoa’s most recent life was as a beach hotel, consisting of luxury "tentalows" — like bungalows made of canvas tents — owned and operated by Molokai Ranch from 1997 until 2001 before operations were handed off to Sheraton Hotels, which ran it from 2001 until 2004.


Molokai Ranch is Shutting Down Operations
Article buy Audrey McAvoy published in the Seattle Times Newspaper March 25, 2008 issue.
FROM THE ARTICLE: "Molokai Ranch will shut down most of its tourist and other operations at the end of March, and lay off more than 120 staff on the Hawaiian Island of Molokai. The company blamed the move on community opposition to its plan to develop multimillion-dollar beachfront estates at Laau Point on Molokai. "


Hotel Dispute Splits Molokai Activists
Clipping of an article buy Edwin Tanji published in the Honolulu Advertiser Newspaper January 9, 1985 issue.
FROM THE ARTICLE: "The Hui Alaloa organization on Molokai has been split by a move by Walter Ritte, Jr. to negotiate a settlement with a hotel developer that includes payment of $200,000 for Hawaiian =cultural preservation and enhancement. Ritte and some members of Hui Alaloa agreed to withdraw a petition before the maui Planning Commission to intervene in a special management area permit hearing for the proposed Kaiaka Rock Hotel at Kaluakoi. Hui alaloa is a largely volunteer organization made up of land residents who in the mid 1970s sought a platform from which to express concerns about development encroaching on the island's rural lifestyle."

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