All passengers traveling with Hawaiian Airlines will now have the option of using its new private lounge at Honolulu International Airport in Hawaii. The Plumeria Lounge initially opened to business class customers only, but now all Hawaiian Airline passengers can make use of the lounge for a fee of US$40.
Peter Ingram, chief commercial officer for Hawaiian Airlines, said, “We are constantly looking for ways to improve the experience for our guests on the ground and in the air. As our network continues to expand, we are excited to offer this brand-new amenity for our international business class guests and other travelers seeking a full-service lounge experience.”
The 3,600ft² luxury lounge is located on the third floor of the airport’s inter-island terminal and features complimentary amenities including fresh food, snacks, craft beer, wines, and high-speed wi-fi. It has been decorated in warm neutral colors indicative of the Hawaiian landscape and includes finishes such as wooden ceiling fans typical of Hawaiian architecture. The lounge also contains original black-and-white photography of Hawaiian’s signature plumeria flower by Honolulu photographer Rae Huo.
The opening of the Plumeria Lounge completes a two-phase, multimillion-dollar investment to renovate several of the airline’s lounges throughout Hawaii, including a flagship location on the second floor of Honolulu Airport, and locations in Kahului, Kona, Hilo and Līhu’e.