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Old Laie Inn Closing in October of 2009

The 49-room, courtyard style Laie Inn opened on the northeast shore of Oahu in 1964 as the Laniloa Lodge. The motel-like lodging will close on October 31, 2009 and be demolished the following month. The owners of the hotel property are planning to build a new hotel on the site in 2010.

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Laie Hotel Will Close on October 31, 2009
The Laie Inn will close on October 31, 2009 and it is scheduled to be demolished in November of 2009. At the time of its closure the hotel had a staff of 15 and it was being managed by Hospitality Associates.

New Hotel Will be Built in 2010
The Laie Hotel was owned by the Church of Latter Day Saints. The church plans to build a new, larger hotel in 2010 to replace the Laie Inn. The new hotel will probably have about 200 rooms, a swimming pool, banquet hall, and meeting facilities, and it will be used to train students at Brigham Young University to work in the visitor and hospitality industry. The hotel is not expected to compete with luxury properties such as the nearby Turtle Bay Resort. It is expected to be a mid-price hotel and it may be run by Marriott Hotels and Resorts as a Courtyard Marriott.

Facts About the Old Laie Inn
-Opened in 1964 as the Laniloa Lodge
-Courtyard style hotel with 49 rooms on 2 floors
-Was Located at 55-109 Laniloa Street in Laie, near the Polynesian Culture Center, Brigham Young University, and the Laie Temple
-Owned by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints
-Each room had a lanai facing the courtyard
-The courtyard had a kidney shaped swimming pool
-Not situated on the beach, but a beach was within easy walking distance

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