By Dr. Chuck Kelley As we count our blessings this Thanksgiving weekend, we here at Outrigger have much to be thankful for. In particular, we can be grateful for the outstanding rebound that Hawai‘i’s hospitality industry has enjoyed this year, … Read More.
Monthly Archives: November 2011
By Gian Gandolfo Last week The Hilton Garden Inn Denver Airport hosted our annual Chamber Defense Council Breakfast Meeting. A panel of seven military personnel, representing all of the Armed Forces, having served in Afghanistan/Iraq and throughout the world, talked … Read More.
By Patcharee (Paew) Chanantho Outrigger Laguna Phuket’s MITTRAPAB Lunch is an opportunity for hosts to personally meet and chat with the General Manager Darren Shaw and me, as Human Resources Manager, over lunch. Held in the Panache Restaurant each fortnight, … Read More.
By Luana Maitland Keiki from the Waimanalo Outreach Choir directed by Pam DeBoard entertained our guests with songs of the island and songs for the holidays on Tuesday, November 15. Pam is the Executive Director of HEARTS, Hawaii Education of … Read More.
By Niel Mason Noosa’s gardening community was awash with excitement last weekend as international award-winning landscape designer, television star and author, Jamie Durie launched his new book 100 Gardens at Outrigger Little Hastings Street Resort & Spa. Read More.
By Kathy Hansberry As I walk through the main corridors, the sound of the bell ringing brought back a slew of fun memories, and I couldn’t help but reminisce of the days gone by. Good or bad, everyone remembers their … Read More.
By Dr. Richard Kelley As the last caravan of black limos surrounded by blue-light-flashing police escort vehicles headed for Honolulu International Airport, and as the barricades tracing along Saratoga Avenue and around Ft. De Russy are lifted onto trucks and … Read More.
Outrigger Reef on the Beach “The Russians Are Coming!” By Bill Comstock Yes, there were moments of excitement during APEC 2011: the President’s motorcade passing the hotel, streets closed with soldiers on the corners armed with some pretty impressive firepower, … Read More.