Intrigue abounds at the Grand Waimea Hotel, an exclusive Hawaiian escape for the wealthy, powerful and beautiful. Hawaiian-born Jason Matthews runs the hotel as the assistant manager and ... See full summary »
Intrigue abounds at the Grand Waimea Hotel, an exclusive Hawaiian escape for the wealthy, powerful and beautiful. Hawaiian-born Jason Matthews runs the hotel as the assistant manager and makes sure every guest gets everything they need. But when former flame, Nicole Booth, arrives as the hotel's new Director of Guest Relations, Jason's world is turned upside down. But the Grand Waimea owner, Vincent Colville, is staying on top of him to make sure his past with Nicole won't affect their work life. Just as interesting as the hotel's wild and crazy clientele is its staff, which is filled with friends, thrill-seekers, con artists, and dreamers in paradise. Waitress M.J. Bevans, Jason's surrogate little sister and roommate, is just waiting for her t-shirt design business to blossom into a fashion empire. Chris Remsen runs an adventure company that caters to Waimea guests. Bartender Frankie Seau keeps those guests well-lubricated while trying to hide a mysterious past. Also included is ... Written by
It began like a new good show: great cast, good music, beautiful places and good stories. It was so perfect to be true and the story of the workers of a big hotel of Hawaii soon change to the worst opera of the TV (something with a lot in common with Venezuelan "telenovelas") with very bad guys working beautiful and ambitious women who try to win the love of the good main character in a bad way.
If you watch the firsts episodes and, after that, the last ones, you can find two shows: the first: good in every aspect the second: something completely different with the same cast and music in the same place a real freak show without the magic of the first show. What happen?, that's the big mystery (like the last episodes of Felicity).
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