#GoBeyondWaikiki Feature: Tiare Krewson

October 16, 2017

From beautiful beaches to the year-around warm tropical weather, Hawaii is such a special place for many reasons. But the one thing that truly sets Hawaii apart from any other destination around the world is aloha spirit. While aloha expresses love, compassion or kindness and is often used as a simple greeting; in our Sheraton ‘ohana the aloha spirit is a commitment to our guests and a promise to go beyond for them each and every day.

Whether helping you plan a day full of activities, mixing up the perfect Mai Tai by the pool or keeping your room clean our Sheraton ohana is here to make sure your stay is truly memorable from check in to check out. Going beyond for our guests is what we do best!

We value the opportunity to recognize associates who go beyond on the job and in the community.  This week, as a part of our #MahaloMonday series, we feature Tiare Krewson, Guest Experience Coordinator at the Sheraton Waikiki.

As an integral part of the Guest Experience team, Tiare is focused on extending the aloha spirit to our guests everyday, as she actively engages and interacts with them through the many activities, such as lei making and koi feeding, that we offer on property to enhance our guests’ experience.

Aside from the daily opportunities that Tiare has to learn more about our guests, the special occasions they’re celebrating and their unique stories Tiare actively looks for opportunities to share with them the true meaning of aloha spirit–in both the small moments and the big ones that arise as a part of their trips to Waikiki.

On one such occasion, Tiare found herself assisting a new bride to get ready for her wedding and traveling alone.  Needing some assistance to get ready for her nuptials, and not wanting the groom to see the bride prior to the wedding, Tiare graciously offered her assistance to ensure that the bride had everything she needed before her big moment.

Q: What is your favorite local spot on the island?
One of my favorite spots on the island is Kaimana beach. I especially love getting to see animals like turtles and our recent mom and new baby Hawaiian monk seals.

Q: What is your favorite activity to do on Oahu?
I love and recommend the views walking up Makapuu to the lighthouse lookout.

How has our team gone beyond for you? Let us know by submitting your story:  http://www.sheraton-waikiki.com/forms/gobeyond

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