A big pool is one of the hotel’s signature features, but this is just the latest example of how a massive pool can become a major liability in a hotel, particularly if it’s in a location that has been closed down due to an outbreak.
The biggest hotel in the Maui resort town of Miramar Beachfront has a large pool on the ground floor of its hotel and it’s not just any pool: this one is a massive 5,000-square-foot swimming pool that has a capacity of over 1,000 people.
And this is the first of several large pools in the area.
Maui Beachfront Resort has a pool with a capacity to accommodate over 1 ,000 people inside its Miramar Resort hotel and resort.
But the problem with this pool is the fact that it’s surrounded by a parking garage.
According to local news site Maui News, this large pool has a parking capacity of nearly 5,500 vehicles and is located on the beachfront, next to the entrance of the beach.
This parking garage, which is located just off the beach, is a common sight on the main Maui beaches.
According to Maui BeachNews, this parking garage is located next to a large swimming pool on Maui’s main beach.
According, there are several other large pools that are currently being used as parking garages on Mauis main beaches, but these are all located at or next to beaches where the area is closed to cars.
And these pools are located next door to the large swimming pools.
In addition to the parking garage itself, there is a small parking garage in front of the swimming pool, which can be accessed by going to the main entrance of Mirmar Beachfront and walking to the corner of the street.
This is where the pool is located.
Mauricio Perez/Mauidomedia/Getty ImagesWhile there’s no indication that this pool was the cause of the mass vehicle crash, there’s a lot of potential that this is why the parking lot was closed to all traffic.
If this parking lot is open to all vehicles, then it could potentially cause another accident.
This can happen even in the absence of a serious incident.
According, a police report states that a motorist, who had been driving a vehicle with a suspended license plate, lost control of his vehicle and crashed into a pool of water.
The driver was able to get out of the vehicle and flee the scene, according to Mauidomia News.
A local news outlet in Maua also reported that the driver was charged with multiple traffic violations including driving without a license and failing to obey traffic control devices.
According the Mauidamedia report, the driver of the truck had a suspended licence plate, and had been previously cited for driving with a revoked license plate.
The police report stated that the vehicle was registered in Mauidomas name, and that the license plate was suspended.
Police said that the officer who stopped the driver told the driver that the plate had been suspended for the last month.
In addition to being cited for multiple traffic citations, the officer was also issued a warning and cited for not having the required driving license.
The Maui Police Department confirmed to Business Insider that the police report is correct, but said that there is no indication of an incident of vehicular traffic crash that occurred on the island.
It is, however, possible that the accident may have been caused by a driver failing to follow traffic lights, or a combination of both.
The pool’s proximity to the beach can be a huge issue for any person who is driving on the roads or driving in a crowded area.
If a driver is driving in the open, they can potentially end up in an accident, and this could result in serious injuries or deaths.
This could also result in liability for the driver.
While the parking lots of Maui are often used as pool parking lots, MauiNews.com noted that the parking spaces inside the pools are usually filled to capacity.
While this may seem like a good idea, many of the large pools are empty on weekends and during the summer months.
The only pools that the beach is open for are the swimming pools, which are closed during the day and opened at night.
According an article on the Maua News website, a driver was cited for failing to comply with traffic control signals, and was also fined $200 for not complying with the same signals.
This is the fourth major incident of a large-scale pool accident in Mauis history, following the deaths of two men in 2010 and 2013.
There was also a fatal accident in the pool area in 2013.
According local news station MauiToday, Maua police said that two drivers have died in the past five years due to pool accidents, with two more cases pending at the time of publication.
One of the fatalities happened at