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What's In A Name? In Our Case, Quite A Lot.

Our history and corporate culture are both intrinsically tied to the etymology of our name. Kokua is a Hawaiian word meaning giving to others for their benefit. 

And as fate would have it, Kokua was also the name of the building in Tokyo where the Chartres Lodging Group had their first office.

So when the Chartres Group decided to establish an independent management company with the flexibility and operational expertise needed to serve both owners and guests – Kokua and its meaning of giving to others seemed the perfect way to communicate our mission and philosophy.

At Kokua Hospitality, we are proud of our name and proud of the mission it represents – Giving to others. A mission we’re determined to live up to each and every day.

To learn more about Kokua, we encourage you to read our E-Brochure here.

We Are What We Do

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We Are What We Do

Our mission, to maximize return on investment for our partners, is something everyone at Kokua takes very seriously. But you don’t have to take our word for it. Just look through our portfolio of owned and managed properties. Or examine the case studies that document our performance. Better yet, talk to the third party owners and developers we’ve worked with or the major hotel brands that are the face of so many of the properties we serve. We’re sure that they will be happy to provide quantifiable proof that Kokua Hospitality has lived up to our mission.

But, if you really want to know what makes us the right hotel management company for your particular project or need, you should look beyond the numbers and other quantitative data to the management and associates that represent Kokua and the properties we manage. They reflect the very definition of the Kokua name – giving to others for their benefit – every day and in every guest interaction. Exemplifying our company’s core values of kindness and outreach in everything they do. 

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