Hotels of Maui Island
(R) The location of Maui and the state of Hawaii (R) A crise ship at Kahului Port, Maui Island, Hawaii
There are two main tourist areas in the island of Maui. Luxury resorts of Lahaina, Ka'anapali, Napili Bay and
Kapalua are linked on the northwest coast line, and Kihei and Wailea-Makena are linked on the southwest
coast line. There are 2,200,000 tourists visited Maui in 2004, which increased to 2,640,000 in 2007.
The total tourist expenditures are worth of US $3.5 billion for Island of Maui alone. In contrast to the island
of Oahu is most popular with Japanese tourists, Island of Maui appeals to visitors, mostly from the U.S.
mainland and Canada.
(L) Sheraton Maui Resort Hotel, Maui Island, Hawaii (R) A sunset at the Sheraton Maui Resort, Maui Island, Hawaii
A 'Smoking Prohibited by Law' sign plate is well-designed and looks very natural, united with the surroundings.
Photographed at the entrance to a convention hall, Sheraton Maui Resort.
An elegantly posted 'Smoking Prohibited by Law' sign plate seen on the wall of Sheraton Maui Resort.
(L) The entrance sign board of Ritz-Carlton, that is observed at Kapalua, Maui., Hawaii
(R) The interior is elegant with a European style at the Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua, Maui.
(L) A pool surrounded by various resort facilities at the Ritz-Carlton, Kapalua, Maui.
(R) An outdoor smoking place is provided at both sides of the entrance to the Ritz-Carlton hotel.
It is more than six meters apart from the main entrance.
Smoking Restriction at Hotels in the World: Actual Survey
The ratio of a smoking guest room to the total hotel rooms was calculated,
based on the on-the-spot investigation.
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This information was provided by the Smokefree Hotel and Travel.
The photographs were taken in March, and the article was written in April 2007,
by Junhaku Miyamoto, M.D., PhD.