The Hawaii Honeymoon Resort has announced that it will reopen on July 10 after a five-month delay.
The resort opened in January, but a three-month construction freeze prevented the resort from being fully operational.
The Resort reopened on March 2, but the facility was closed for several months as the resort was renovated.
The staff and guests have been notified and will be provided with complimentary hotel accommodations.
The island of Hawaii has experienced an influx of tourists this year.
More than 20 million people visited the island in 2017, which is a 2.5 percent increase over 2016, according to the National Association of Realtors.
More: Here’s how much money Hawaii has to spend on tourism.
The tourism industry in Hawaii has been in the spotlight this year, as Hurricane Maria devastated the state and a deadly earthquake ravaged the U.S. mainland.
The damage from Maria, the largest natural disaster in U.A.E. history, led to more than $3 billion in damages and was the biggest disaster in Hawaii’s history.
The Hawaii Tourism Authority, which manages the island’s tourism industry, is offering discounted hotel rates to help alleviate the cost of recovery.
The resorts main business is providing accommodation to the tourism industry and providing a safe haven for guests who need it most.
Read more about the Hurricane Maria damage in Hawaii.