“The Hilton Anchorage received an ‘Unacceptable’ rating on its December 2016 Hilton Quality Assurance (QA) Report. This score was primarily related to guest satisfaction survey scores and guest room cleanliness. The hotel is implementing additional training to address the concerns. If the Hilton Anchorage property does not pass two consecutive QA scores, there will be a cash flow sweep until a passing score is achieved.”1 (emphasis added)
1Kroll Bond Rating Agency. “U.S. Structured Finance, CMBS Pre-Sale Report: CGCMT 2017-P7”. March 23, 2017. Page 135.
Members of the Alaska State Legislature write to the owner of the Hilton Anchorage regarding the recently settled AKOSH citations and pledge to honor the ongoing worker-called boycott of the hotel. Signatories are Senator Bill Wielechowski (D–H), Senator Johnny Ellis (D–J), House Minority Leader Chris Tuck (D–23), Representative Scott Kawasaki (D–1), Representative Max Gruenberg (D–16), Representative Andrew Josephson (D–17), and Representative Matt Claman (D–21).
Hilton Anchorage settles state health citations focused on the hotel’s duty to conduct a workplace hazard assessment and to select proper protective equipment for employees. The hotel did not admit to violating the cited regulations. [Click here to read the Informal Settlement Agreement with the Alaska Occupational Health and Safety agency.]
Room 1030 shows a “mold score” of 213 out of 300. In the hotel’s test results, this score indicates a “moderate likelihood of indoor fungal growth.” [Click here to download the test results from the Hilton Anchorage]
Room 1030 showed a “mold score” of 299 out of 300. In the hotel’s test results, this score indicates a “high probability that the spores originated from inside, presumably from indoor mold growth.”
[Click here to download the test results from the Hilton Anchorage. Click here to learn more about Stachybotrys.]
Hilton says all room repairs are complete. [Click here to download the letter from the Hilton Anchorage]
[Click here to download the letter from the Hilton Anchorage]
Hilton reports that air in Room 416 tests negative for mold. [Click here to download the letter from the Hilton Anchorage]