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ITT SHERATON ASSESSES PROPERTIES' STATUS IN HAWAII

 ITT SHERATON ASSESSES PROPERTIES' STATUS IN HAWAII
 BOSTON, Sept. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- After assessing its 10 properties


in Hawaii following Hurricane Iniki, ITT Sheraton reports that the seven ITT Sheraton properties on Oahu and Maui are fully operational, and the three on Kauai will likely remain closed through year-end.
 Sheraton Maui and Hotel Hana Maui sustained no damage. Damage to the Sheraton Waikiki, Sheraton Moana Surfrider, Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Sheraton Princess Kaiulani and Sheraton Makaha Resort & Country Club was minor, and all are fully operational.
 Sheraton Kauai Beach Resort, Sheraton Kauai Garden Hotel and Princeville Hotel on the Island of Kauai sustained extensive damage. There were no injuries to hotel guests, and all guests have left the island of Kauai.
 The ground floor of the 229-room Sheraton Kauai Beach Resort is damaged, including guest rooms, the Outrigger Room Restaurant, Drum Lounge, Mokihana snack shop, pool and lobby. At the Sheraton Kauai Garden Hotel, some of the guest rooms, meeting facilities and public areas sustained minor water damage. The road to both resorts is washed out.
 At the 252-room Princeville Hotel on the North Shore, there is severe roof and water damage to the lobby, and several of the upper- floor guest rooms.
 There is currently no electricity on Kauai, and running water is infrequent. Due to limited communication on Kauai, the full damage assessment at the properties is still underway, but preliminary determination is that until further notice, the ITT Sheraton properties on Kauai will remain closed through 1992.
 As soon as the reservations lists for the Kauai properties are available, ITT Sheraton will contact guests individually to assist them with alternative vacation plans. They will be offered an opportunity to vacation at any of the other seven ITT Sheraton properties, subject to availability, or refunded for any deposit, should they choose to cancel.
 A comprehensive support effort for ITT Sheraton's employees on Kauai is being organized to collect goods and cash donations.
 Boston-based ITT Sheraton Corporation, a subsidiary of ITT Corporation, is a worldwide network of 430 owned, leased, managed and franchised properties, including 295 hotels, resorts and all-suites and 135 inns in 61 countries.
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 /CONTACT: Dolores Sanchez, 617-367-5481 or Peter Jenkins, 808-921-4046, both of ITT Sheraton Corporation/ CO: ITT Sheraton Corporation ST: Hawaii, Massachusetts IN: LEI SU:


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