Hawaii’s Castle Resorts & Hotels is offering reduced prices for travel professionals with the launch of its new “Mahalo Month” program.
Special discounted rates will be available to all travel industry personnel, including, but not limited to retail travel agents, tour operator staff and reservation centre agents for travel from April 1 through May 31.“We’re pleased to partner with the Hawaii Tourism Authority to give travel industry professionals the chance to learn about the many amenities and services our properties have to offer,” said president and COO Alan Mattson. “We appreciate the role that travel industry professionals play in helping to promote the Hawaiian Islands as a premier destination.”
Mahalo Month rates are being offered at the following participating Castle properties:
- Oahu: Waikiki Shore – US$188/night (two-night minimum); Waikiki Grand Hotel – US$69/night.
- Big Island: Kona Bali Kai Resort – US$79/night; Kona Reef Resort – US$79/night; Halii Kai at Waikoloa – US$119/night (two-night minimum); Hilo Hawaiian Hotel – US$99/night; Waimea Country Lodge – US$69/night; Kanaloa at Kona – US$99/night.
- Maui: Kamaloe Sands – US$99/night (two-night minimum); Paki Maui – US$99/night (two-night minimum).
- Kauai: Kaha Lani Resort – US$99/night; Kiahuna Plantation – US$119/night; Makahuena at Poipu – US$99/night; Kauai Kailani – US$119/night; Mokihana – US$59/night; Poipu Shores – US$199/night (two-night minimum).
- Molokai: Molokai Shores Condos – US$79/night.
Guests who want to take advantage of the Mahalo Month deals must have a valid photo ID and travel agent affiliation. There is a three-night stay maximum per booking. Bookings are open now through May 30. Certain restrictions may apply. Blackout dates for Hilo Hawaiian Hotel are March 29 through April 2.