Picket lines were maintained around the clock and the chanting of those on the line reverberated through the condo canyons of West Waikiki through the weekend.
Local 5 scheduled an end to the walkout for Monday evening, about the same time as the end of a six-day walkout against the main Hilton hotel in San Francisco, where Local 2 of the same union has been seeking a new contract for more than a year.
Waikiki hotel contracts began expiring over the summer.
A Milwaukee organization planning a 5,000-delegate conference next month at the Hilton was planning to decide Monday whether to cancel, but a source in Local 5 said the union was in direct contact with the organization to ask it not to. Local 5 has not scheduled any November strike.
Hotel contract negotiations have continued - Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, which manages the Sheraton Waikiki, Royal Hawaiian, Moana Surfrider and Princess Kaiulani hotels, held talks with Local 5 just days before the Hilton strike.
Labor has charged that hotel chains are seeking greater profits a the expense of workers, while management has charged that Local 5 was striking to advance a national agenda for the union at the expense of Hawaii.