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Company Overview of Kyo-ya Hotels & Resorts, LP

Company Overview

Kyo-ya Hotels & Resorts, LP operates hotel and resort properties in Hawaii and California. The company’s resort and hotel properties offer various amenities, such as accommodations, restaurants, and spaces for meeting and special events, as well as facilitate access to shopping, dining, and nightlife options. Kyo-ya Hotels & Resorts, LP serves travelers, couples/romantics, honeymooners, and fun-seeking families. The company was incorporated in 2004 and is based in Honolulu, Hawaii. Kyo-ya Hotels & Resorts, LP was formerly a subsidiary of Kokusai Kogyo Holdings Co., Ltd.

2255 Kalakaua Avenue

Floor 2

Honolulu, HI 96815

United States

Founded in 2004





Key Executives for Kyo-ya Hotels & Resorts, LP

Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President
Director of Administration & Planning
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2018.

Kyo-ya Hotels & Resorts, LP Key Developments

Kyo-Ya Hotels and Resorts Reaches Tentative Agreement with Unite Here Local 5

Unite Here Local 5 and Kyo-ya Hotels and Resorts have reached a tentative agreement on a new union contract after a 51-day strike. Picket lines will remain in place until the agreement is voted on by the 2,700 striking workers, with voting taking place November 27, 2018 until 7:30 p.m. The local union represents the more than 2,000 employees in Hawaii currently on strike, and about 11,000 hospitality workers in Hawaii. The strike began on Oct. 8 after contract discussions between the union, Marriott and Kyo-ya reached an impasse.

Kyo-Ya's Local 5 Workers Union Rejects Highest Wage Offer Nationwide

Kyo-ya Hotels and Resorts announced that the Unite Here Local 5 Union has rejected its latest offer, "which would have been the largest increase in compensation for any of the striking markets nationwide." Kyo-ya, which owns the five Marriott properties that have had strikes since Oct. 8, said it offered an increase in combined wages and benefits that is higher than what was agreed to in other striking cities, including Boston, San Diego, San Jose, Chicago and Oakland. The offer also included a reduction in workload for housekeepers. Another round of negotiations has been set for Nov. 26. The local union represents the more than 2,000 employees in Hawaii currently on strike, and about 11,000 hospitality workers in Hawaii. The strike began after contract discussions between the union, Marriott and Kyo-ya reached an impasse. The strike involves employees in such categories as housekeeping, maintenance, food and beverage, front desks and more. Kyo-ya has brought in additional help to mitigate impacts by hiring locally and bringing in staff from Mainland Marriott properties. However, the strike has resulted in a drop in service and amenities, as well as business disruption to the hotels and the tenants that operate in them. In addition to limited guest services, restaurants at the four Oahu Marriott properties have cancelled their Thanksgiving dinner service, hindering hotel business during a typically busy season. Neither Kyo-ya or the union has offered specifics on the wage increases; however, the union has pointed to a study by the National Low Income Housing Coalition, which said Honolulu residents need to earn $39 per hour to afford a 2-bedroom rental without spending more than 30% of their income on rent. This translates to $81,244 per year.

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