Hilton Corporation

January 1 2006

Guests who stayed at the Kalia Tower at the Hilton Hawaiian Village between June 14 and July 23, 2002 filed a class action lawsuit against the hotel corporation alleging their rooms were infested with mold. Hilton claimed poor design and construction defects were responsible for the mold. More than 2,900 people are eligible for the $1.8 million class action settlement. Hilton will pay the guests either $150 in travel coupons or $50 in cash for each night they spent at the hotel. (Dec-24-05) [KPUA NEWS]

Update:
Hilton mold lawsuit settlement approved (Apr-24-06) [PACIFIC BUSINESS NEWS]


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