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Hotels Offer Stranded ATA Passengers Special Rates, Discounts

HONOLULU (KHNL) -- Several hotels are offering free nights and discounts for stranded ATA passengers affected by the airline's abrupt closure.

Aqua Hotels & Resorts is offering three complimentary room nights to any Aqua hotel guests holding a return ticket on ATA and unable to rebook their return flight home. The offer is valid at any of Aqua's 11 Waikiki locations from April 3 through April 10. For reservations, call 866-406-2782.

Prince Resorts Hawaii Hotel is offering 50% off published Hot Deal rate for guests staying at Prince Resorts Hawaii properties: Hawaii Prince Hotel Waikiki and Golf Club, Maui Prince Hotel, Makena Resort and Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel.  And 25% for guests staying at other hotels. For more information, call 808-531-0244.

Starwood Hotels & Resorts is offering special room rates starting at $130 to $270 a night on Oahu, Maui, Kauai and the Big Island. For reservations, call 866-716-8140 and ask for rate code ATA08.

Outrigger Hotels & Resorts is offering special rates from $75 to $109 a night at all OHANA hotels, $119 at the Ala Moana Hotel's Waikiki Tower, $129 at the Wyland Waikiki. 50% discount at the Outrigger Reef and Outrigger Waikiki as well as at all Outrigger Condominium resorts and Keauhou Beach Resort on the Big Island. For reservations, call 800-688-7444.

For a list of airlines and hotels, visit Hawaii's official tourism site by clicking on the GoHawaii link.

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