The safety and well-being of our guests, partners and local community is our top priority. Therefore, in line with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations, and Governor Ige directive, Kilohana, Gaylord’s Restaurant and Kauai Plantation Railway has temporarily suspended its operations until further notice. Please note there is travel restrictions in place for all visitors to the state. For more information, please visit https://www.hawaiitourismauthority.org/news/alerts/covid-19-novel-coronavirus/.
If you have inquires regarding a current or future booking, our phone lines are open Monday-Friday 8:00am to 2:00pm and closed Saturday and Sunday. You can also send us email inquiries at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to welcoming you and sharing aloha when it is safe to do so.
Mahalo – The Kilohana Ohana
In 1986, Kilohana opened its doors to the public. Since then it has grown from 36 acres of charming gardens to a 104-acre visitor destination, including an agricultural park, Plantation Railway, Gaylord’s Restaurant & Mahikō Lounge, Lu’au Kalamaku, Koloa Rum Company and much more!
Translated from Hawaiian, the name Kilohana literally means “not to be surpassed.” This was certainly the case in 1935, when sugar baron Gaylord Wilcox built his legendary 16,000 square foot plantation estate. In its heyday, Kilohana was the site of many extravagant parties and ceremonies. It remains a Historic Landmark and one of the finest examples of plantation era architecture in Hawaii.