Mahalo to our Business Partners
The Friends of Iolani Palace extends our deepest mahalo to all of our individual and corporate partners for their generosity. They have provided invaluable support to the Palace and its mission of protecting and perpetuating this historical landmark.
Cinnamon's Restaurant have been supporting Iolani Palace with a fundraiser at their Kailua location. For every order of a Moe Moe Loco Moco, Hawaiian Omelette, and Kanak Attack Plate, proceeds are donated to The Friends of Iolani Palace.
Iolani Palace has a rich and vibrant place in the local community, and we're proud to continue this tradition with partnership.
One of downtown Honolulu’s most popular spots for lunch, Café Julia at the YWCA is known for its spectacular architectural design and fine dining. For a limited time only, purchase either a Guided Tour with a Palace Docent or a Self-Led Audio Tour of the Palace and receive a coupon for 15 percent off Café Julia’s delicious gourmet cuisine.
Hawaiian Airlines employees are invited to present their ID/badge and enjoy free admission for a Docent-Led or Self-Led Audio Tour. Additional guests are eligible to receive a discounted entry fee of $22 for a Docent-Led Tour or $15 for a Self-Led Audio Tour.
For those who aren’t employed with Hawaiian Airlines but would still like to save on their next travel adventure, opt for the Preferred Affiliate Program. Book your next flight here using the code iolanipalace—not only will you receive a five percent discount, but the Palace will earn miles equating to the dollar amount of your ticket, to be used for our staff to travel to and from educational conferences.
For more information on our Hawaiian Airlines partnerships, contact (808) 522-0827.
Mahalo to the Council for Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA) for their recent matching fundraising campaign. CNHA’s call for funds to save Iolani Palace was heard and echoed by the Hawaii Community Foundation (HCF) and the Native Hawaiian Hospitality Association (NaHHA) and raised more than $130,000.
Our recent face mask partnership with the generous Kawakami family at ‘IOLANI, Inc. helped raise much-needed funds for Iolani Palace to a total of $50,000. Mahalo for your support!
A special mahalo nui goes out to Chris Tatum and the Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) for funding the bee removal from the Palace and the restoration of the Coronation Pavilion, both of which began in August.