Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort

Agent Review:
Lisa Zablan

"Rooms in the Ali'i tower are my favorite here. Location is also great if you are attending a conference and need to go to the Hawaii Convention Center. Near the new Beachwalk ."

Located on 22 acres of pristine beachfront property, the Hilton Hawaiian Village Resort and Spa is a destination in itself. With five resort towers, each offering different views and amenities, visitors can select accommodations to suit their individual tastes. Whether guests opt for the elegance and privacy of the Ali’i Tower, or the modern luxury of the recently renovated Rainbow Tower, a wide variety of resort activities are within reach.

Guests staying at the resort can spend the day lounging about at Duke Kahanamoku Beach, givestand-up paddleboarding and other water sports a try at the five-acre Lagoon, or relax, cocktail in hand, at one of the five resort pools. Those looking to take a break from the sun can pamper

themselves at the Mandara Spa or squeeze in a satisfying workout at the fully equipped fitness center. The resort offers numerous dining options including three resort restaurants, in-room dining, and several additional restaurants located within the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Visitorscan take advantage of numerous on-site entertainment options including a nightly torch lighting ceremony, a poolside show with a fireworks finale, and the Waikiki Starlight Luau, the only outdoor Luau in Waikiki. An on-site day-camp allows children to engage in fun, island activities while giving parents some quality time alone. Visitors ready to hit the high seas can jump aboard a catamaran for a sight-seeing tour, take a sunset cocktail cruise, or explore the depths of the ocean aboard a real passenger submarine.

Although guests can easily enjoy an exciting Hawaiian vacation without leaving the privacy of the resort, the shops, bars, and restaurants situated along Kalakaua Avenue are less than ten minutes down the road. Several family-friendly destinations and historic sites are within 15 of Waikiki, and are easily accessible via rental car, taxi, or public transit.