Deluxe ocean front resort & spa covering 22 acres of the best beach in Waikiki . Hilton Hawaiian Village has 5 towers. Hilton Grand Vacation is the time share division of Hilton Corporation and has 2 towers. We can accommodate meetings and dinners from 10 to 2000. Mandara Spa is located on property in our Kalia Tower. On site fitness center for fee, Water sports i.e. paddle boarding, surf lesson available. Restaurants from Round Table Pizza to our fine dining in Bali by the Sea available on property
Near Ala Moana Shopping Center, beach front, Atlantis Submarine, Diamond Head, 30 minutes to closest golf club, 30 minutes to Pearl Harbor
Hotel Reviews for Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort & Spa
4.0out of 5Based on 4876 guest reviews, Very Good
Based on 5,137 traveler reviews
Most Recent Traveler Reviews:
“Good stay but pricey”
May 21, 2013
Laura C, Santa Rosa, California | Trip type: Couples
The Hilton Hawaiian village has beautiful grounds and the staff was very nice and helpful.
It is a very popular hotel so there are alot of guests. I thought that...
The Hilton Hawaiian village has beautiful grounds and the staff was very nice and helpful. It is a very popular hotel so there are alot of guests. I thought that the hotel was a bit pricey, had a very expensive buffet breakfast $30.00 dollars per person,,,it wasnt anything extraordinary about the breakfast, so come with a big appetite and fill your plate. Would probably stay again if I could find a cheaper room and watch where I choose to eat. « less
“A huge property, beachfront, lots of people everywhere”
May 20, 2013
bc4774, Melbourne, Australia | Trip type: Family
There was a traffic jam just getting into the driveway of the Hilton!
We went there to treat ourselves to the last 2 days we had in Honolulu. There are...
There was a traffic jam just getting into the driveway of the Hilton! We went there to treat ourselves to the last 2 days we had in Honolulu. There are so many people there and I think the staff are a little too busy trying to serve everyone. The check in queue snaked out the foyer!
The pool slides were great for our son - but if your kids can't swim, they'll have to wear some sort of flotation device.
A few restaurants in there - selection to choose from is good. The breakfast buffet at Rainbow Lanai was superb, but at $30/head you'd want it to be!!!
The hotel also charges a fee of US25/day to use wifi, etc. A bit steep if you ask me, when you're already forking out $400/night. And they didn't have coasters for your drinks which drove me nuts because the water on the table kept dripping. Again, for $400/night, you'd think they could give you a coaster for your drink. We also asked room service for wine glasses and were told they don't have any but can deliver normal water glasses.
They put on a fireworks show every Friday and close off the 2 biggest pools from 5pm.
It was ok. But for value and a real treat, next time we'll stay at the Sheraton or Outrigger. « less
“Amazing views, bad service”
May 20, 2013
This was our first visit to the Hilton Hawaiian village. Our rooms were partial ocean view in the Tapa tower, the view from our rooms was amazing , we looked...
This was our first visit to the Hilton Hawaiian village. Our rooms were partial ocean view in the Tapa tower, the view from our rooms was amazing , we looked straight down Waikiki beach with diamond head in the background. We chose to have lunch in the Bar and grill on the beach straight after we had arrived and checked in. The service was terrible, we were given a buzzer so they could buzz us when a table was ready even though the restaurant was half empty, we were at a loss as to why they couldn't seat us straight away. We were seated about 10 mins later. We ordered our drinks and food, it took 45 mins to be served our drinks and almost one hour to receive our food order, other guests were being seated and served their meals and drinks after us which was very annoying. The server was hopeless. He had no idea what he was doing and other servers were watching him flounder. We went back a few nights later for a drink at about 9pm,once again the bar was empty except for about 3 other people ,we waited for about 10 mins watching two staff members wasting time on the other side of the bar and not bothering to serve ,we finally received our drinks 15 mins later in dirty glasses, the waiters were not friendly or welcoming at all. It was such a shame as the bar is right on the beach in a beautiful setting but absolutely ruined by bad bad service. Getting a drink at the pools here was pretty much impossible with unmotivated lazy staff once again hiding and chatting amongst themselves and ignoring the guests. Empty glasses and rubbish were around the pool with staff walking by continually and not cleaning up. We did have great service in the Pizza restaurant ,CJ sandwich restaurant and Fresco Italian.We were so surprised at the service level and attitude of the staff overall at this hotel, we were expecting so much more. The property itself is fantastic with a great location but let down by the bad service here, it could be so good if they bothered to care. « less
“Great place to stay for a day or a week, some tips from our stay”
May 20, 2013
aksnt11, seattle, wa | Trip type: Family
We decided to stay for just one night to have fun in the midst of it all in Waikiki. We had booked a room in the Tapa tower for our...
We decided to stay for just one night to have fun in the midst of it all in Waikiki. We had booked a room in the Tapa tower for our family of four, we were upgraded to a suite for no charge! 17th floor, looking out towards the ocean. It was amazing! It's a large complex that allows you to swim at a pool, go to the beach, grab a drink at several bars or meals at several restaurants without ever having to to get back into your car. Plus, you can easily walk or grab a shuttle to the waikiki shopping areas. Some tips about the place:
When you pull into the complex you travel down a long drive until you can go left for check-in and valet parking, or right to self park for a whole let less right in the complex. If you valet park, don't get overwhelmed by all the cars in the circular drive. You will need to park with 20 other cars, get your luggage out and flag someone down.
Finding parking is crazy in Waikiki, we suggest you leave your car at the resort and hop onto the many shuttles that go all over the local area.
Check in is a bit long as they give you resort keys that can act as resort charge account cards too
The large pools open at 8am, the Ali'i tower has a private pool that opens at 6am Kalia tower also has a tiny pool that opens at 6am, kind of old and doesn't have any morning sun.
Pool towels are handed out via a pool plastic card key. We recommend you get those early, some pool towel stations open after the pools do.
The Paradise pool with slides is a smaller area, and a little overcrowded, and rather far away from the main areas. You need a card key to get into it too.
Lots and lots of group tours and conventions going on, it's not uncommon for 100 people to be walking in a group taking up a lot of walkway space, that can be a little wierd.
There are 2 ABC stores right on site to get any basic needs, from ice cream and alcohol to toothpaste and swim shorts. All kinds of other shops to visit from high end clothing to cookies.
Our suite only had a coffee maker, small fridge and a sink, no microwave. Food brought to the room is available but really expensive. There are 2 starbucks stores that open early and have great seating, one in the Kalia tower and one over by the Ali'i.
There are fireworks avery Friday night, great views from our room, so if that interests you ask about getting a room higher up facing the lagoon area.
The concierge desk was very helpful with suggestions for dinner, shopping and tours.
We had a great stay, a great start to our vacation « less
“Fair for work, bad for vacations”
May 20, 2013
abtrix, Rio de Janeiro, RJ | Trip type: Business
It´s a crowd! I was there ( Rainbow Tower ) to work in a convention and I really didn´t like it at all. Many buildings, many people, a real shopping...
It´s a crowd! I was there ( Rainbow Tower ) to work in a convention and I really didn´t like it at all. Many buildings, many people, a real shopping center, I called room service twice but had to give up after ten minutes, that means there is no room service, so I went down and bought a sandwich at ABC Store. There were small ANTS all over my room, a nightmare, the reception always with big lines, lucky me I had Hilton Honors, so the line were smaller. If you can try another option in Waikiki. « less
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Room Types - Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort & Spa
Two Double Beds, Resort View
Two double beds. Furnished balcony with garden view. Tropical decor. Air conditioning. High-speed Internet access (surcharge), compact refrigerator, coffeemaker, and in-room safe. Cable TV with HBO, pay movies, and video games (surcharge).
Rainbow Tower 2 Double Beds Ocean View
Two double beds. Located in Rainbow Tower. Furnished balcony with ocean view. 221 square feet. Tropical decor. Air conditioning. High-speed Internet access (surcharge), compact refrigerator, coffeemaker, CD player, and in-room safe. Cable TV with HBO, pay movies, and video games (surcharge).
Two Double Beds, Partial Ocean View, Non-Smoking
Balcony. Desk. In-room safe. Cable television service. Cable/satellite television channels. Premium television channel(s). Pay movies. HBO. Video-game console. Multi-line phone. Voice mail. Clock radio. Refrigerator. Coffee/tea maker. Makeup/shaving mirror. Designer toiletries. Hair dryer. Iron/ironing board. Blackout drapes/curtains. Air conditioning. Climate control. Non-smoking only.
One King Bed, Resort View
1 king bed. Balcony. Desk. In-room safe. Cable television service. Premium television channel(s). Pay movies. HBO. Video-game console. Multi-line phone. Voice mail. Clock radio. Refrigerator. Coffee/tea maker. Makeup/shaving mirror. Designer toiletries. Hair dryer. Iron/ironing board. Blackout drapes/curtains. Air conditioning. Climate control. Window opens. Non-smoking only.
Rainbow Tower King Oceanfront
One king bed. Furnished balcony with ocean view. Tropical decor. Air conditioning. High-speed Internet access (surcharge), compact refrigerator, coffeemaker, CD player, and in-room safe. Cable TV with HBO, pay movies, and video games (surcharge).
Rainbow Tower King Ocean View
One king bed. Located in Rainbow Tower. Furnished balcony with ocean view. 221 square feet. Tropical decor. Air conditioning. High-speed Internet access (surcharge), compact refrigerator, coffeemaker, CD player, and in-room safe. Cable TV with HBO, pay movies, and video games (surcharge).
Diamondhead 1 Bedroom Suite
1 king bed. Balcony. Desk. Television with premium cable channels, video-game console, and pay movies. Wired and wireless Internet access (surcharge). In-room safe. Complimentary newspapers. Refrigerator. Bath amenities include hair dryer, designer toiletries, and makeup/shaving mirror. Blackout drapes/curtains, clock radio, and hypo-allergenic bedding. Air conditioning.
Two Double Beds, Ocean View
Two Double Beds
This room opens to a balcony. Wired and wireless Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected, and the video-game console is offered for your entertainment. Request an in-room massage. A coffee/tea maker and a refrigerator are provided. You will have designer toiletries, a hair dryer, and a makeup/shaving mirror. A safe, a desk, and complimentary newspapers are among the conveniences offered.
Amenities - Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort & Spa
Baggage storage facilities
Charge for early check out
Credit card accepted: Mastercard/Visa
Credit card accepted: American Express
Credit card accepted: Discover
Credit card accepted: Diners Club
Credit card accepted: JCB
Electronic key card
Facilities for the disabled
Internet - wireless
Internet - ethernet
Movies in room
24 hours opened
Office or business center
Private bathroom in room
Private car parking
Private garden grounds
Safe in rooms
Self controlled heating/cooling system
Shows or evening entertainment
Swimming pool - outdoor
Telephone in all rooms
Travellers cheques accepted
Sorry, pets are not allowed.
Airport & Shuttle Information - Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort & Spa
20-40 minutes to Honolulu International. $40.00 one way by taxi, airport shuttle-$12.00 one way
Airport Shuttle? Sorry, no airport shuttle available.
Local Shuttle Info: Waikiki Trolley, City Bus, Taxi
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