Tuesday, July 6, 1999

Outrigger Hotels opens
600-room resort in Guam

Star-Bulletin staff


The 600-room Outrigger Guam Resort hotel, on the beach at Tumon Bay, has opened for business, broadening the Outrigger Hotels & Resorts presence in the Pacific.

Info Box The hotel, across from a Duty Free Shoppers complex and two miles from the Guam International Airport, is managed by Hawaii-based Outrigger for the owners, Tanota Partners, a company controlled by members of Guam's Ysrael family.

It is part of a resort development that will include Hawaii's Liberty House and Crazy Shirts retailers and the first Hard Rock Cafe in Guam.

The hotel opened last week, advertising a number of special deals to attract customers. Published rates for the rest of 1999 run from about $240 a day up to more than $740.

Outrigger is also expanding into Tahiti, Australia and Fiji.

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