|"Scenery is amazing, great facilities"||(in 69 reviews)|
|"Amazing location and great facilities"||(in 176 reviews)|
|"Great restaurants and friendly staff members"||(in 139 reviews)|
|"$40 per day resort fee scam!"||(in 28 reviews)|
|"Double beds were very disappointing!"||(in 10 reviews)|
|"Room was old and dated!"||(in 87 reviews)|
Hilton has implemented a “clean stay” program to help ensure everyone can stay in a clean environment
Do not stay here until Covid is over. Essentially no food is available all through the “village”. The Hilton website does not make it clear that everything is closed and only a handful of venues are available to handle 3800 guest rooms. It is like Fyre Festival
Location, staff, super comfy beds!
Beautiful amenities, spectacular view
More options in activity times. Pools were too cold to swim. More options for quiet relaxation
Excellent location! Staff was amazing. Lots to do at the resort. Be sure to catch the fireworks on Friday nights.
Resort needs an update to rooms badly. Really showing signs of wear and tear.
Bed very restful and room was nicely appointed and clean.
Great location to enjoy Waikiki with great pool and beach options. Staff were friendly.
Diamondhead Tower is a little outdated, basic but clean.
Every thing was great
More restaurants options
Right on Waikiki beach
Between resort fees, parking fees, and taxes you end up spending ~$120 per day on top of the room rate.
Everyone was so helpful
I wish room service had better choices.
It’s very convenient to stay at the rainbow tower I upgraded room.
I thought breakfast buffet was a little overpriced.
Loved our access to the lagoon, numerous pools, and beach, which were all steps away from our tower. Was able to check in early and got an upgraded room for a small fee.
Charging for amenities offered at the lagoon. (I.e. paddle boarding, kayaking, tents, etc.)
For a large business convention the facilities were a bit hard to navigate.
The hotel has beautiful grounds and a great location right on the beach. Even though we didn't have a beach view we had a view over the lagoon which was relaxing - at least we weren't looking at the brick walls of another building. It's a great place for a family vacation, although my husband and I were there by ourselves. We walked down the beach to other hotels and restaurants which took about 15 minutes and didn't really bother us. Next time we go to Honolulu we might think about staying closer to the centre of Waikiki.
We thought the Hilton's restaurants were a little expensive compared to other restaurants of equal quality in Waikiki.
The location and landscaping where great. I liked all the services and shopping. The pools where very nice
Parking and internet where expensive
Did not appreciate having to enter through the back door approach because we used the airport shuttle service. The staff was outstanding and accommodations above expectations for the price. Thought
Thought experience above expectations . Would have liked to enter at front with rest of paying guests. (shuttle). Vendor prices somewhat overpriced in adjacent shops. Would gladly return or recommend to others.
The view was spectacular! The water slides at the pool were fun.
The bathroom was very 1970's in both decor and size. The air conditioning could not be set below 68 degrees, even though the only bed covering was a down comforter. During out last two days there, the valets, housekeeping, and restaurant staff were on strike.
Relaxing yet plenty to do if you wanted to.
The staff was and everyone at the hotel was very friendly. Great room and view. The resturants were good and food was great. Would stay again.
I think that better preperation needs to be made when it rains at the luau. Our first night they cancelled the luau because off the rain and the second night we went it rained 20 mins after the luau started and everyone has having the super in the rain. Not very impressed.
Ability to arrange early check-in after return from Island cruise, and pleasant housekeeping staff
Great location for meeting, friendly staff, easy access to nice beach. Multiple shopping and dining options.
With the exception of the ABC convenience store, prices of most items (clothes, food, etc.) sold on the premises were absurdly high, e.g., $10 for a hot dog, $16 for internet in your room for one day, etc.
Excellent place, nice views,nice pleasant staff and would definately stay there again...
I would highly recommend you to stay in this hotel.
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort makes a vacation in paradise a reality for all types of guests, including singles, couples, families, and groups. Its friendly service and relaxed lodgings on the stunning south shores of Oahu are sure to delight guests and create memories to last a lifetime.
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort is close to many area attractions to suit all interests. It is 20 minutes from Honolulu International Airport and three miles from downtown Honolulu. It's easily within walking distance to the Ala Moana Shopping Center and the Hawaii Convention Center, and driving distance from the stunning Diamond Head volcano, the Waikiki Aquarium, and the Honolulu Zoo.
There are several accommodations to enjoy at Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort. Guests can choose the ALI'I one-bedroom oceanfront suite with private pool, terrace, and living area; the Diamond Head Tower one-bedroom suite with separate living area and views of the beach and park; or the Rainbow Tower Harbor/Ocean View junior suite with two balconies and views of the ocean and the salt-water Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon.
Within the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort, guests can enjoy a wide range of amenities like luxury treatments at the Mandara Spa and Fitness Center, and several boutique shops to peruse. There are six pools on the property, including one for children, and Paradise Pool with Waikiki's longest waterslide. Hula lessons and nightly luaus are too fun to miss.
There are many dining options at Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort. Bali Steak and Seafood serves its delectable fare in an oceanfront setting. Hau Tree Cantina crafts the area's tastiest Mexican cuisine. Visitors can dine outdoors while eating globally-inspired buffet dishes at Rainbow Lanai.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
All reservations at Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort – even non-cancellable stays – on or before 30 June 2020, are eligible for a full refund. For more information, visit the Hilton Corporate Response to COVID-19 page.
The three double beds family room has more than enough room for everyone to feel comfortable. Also featuring a sofa bed, private outdoor balcony and work desk, the whole family will be able to sprawl out easily. The room with a view looking out to Honolulu city can be reserved for approximately $360 per night, with capacity to sleep up to 8 people.
The site of the hotel has existed as guest houses and accommodation since the early 1900s, building a charming character and consolidating an important place in the local community throughout the years. Holding a distinguished history that has seen visitors such as Elvis Presley, John F. Kennedy and Michael Jackson visit in the past, you will feel like a star as soon as you enter the lavish resort.
Grab an Uber from outside the arrivals section of Honolulu International Airport and you can expect to be charged approximately $40 to reach the hotel. If you are arriving from the US (Terminal 2), head to the departures level across from Lobby 8. Alternatively, if you fly in to Terminal 1, move towards the 2nd median across from Lobby 2 to meet your driver.
For the early risers, a morning exercise class is held at 6:30 am every day. Aerobics, yoga and tai chi sessions are held at the Village Green to help get your body moving at the start of the day. Interactive lessons and experiences are also run by staff that connect you with Hawaiian culture. Ukulele lessons and lei making classes are a great opportunity to interact with locals and engage in traditional activities.
Every Wednesday and Saturday, child-friendly movies are screened underneath the magical night sky. Once the kids have their pajamas on, take them down to the Village Green to watch popular films such as Power Rangers and The Lego Movie for a memorable evening.
Head to Camp Penguin for a day of adventure, a family fun facility that has games and educational activities to participate in. Tailored for children between the ages of 5-12, a full day excursion of 7h will cost approximately $110.
Book a table at Tropics Bar & Grill to savor a delicious meal by the beach. Serving locally-sourced ingredients that include mouthwatering steaks and fresh seafood, you’re sure to find the dish pleasing to your palate. With live music every evening and a picturesque location along the ocean, there is no better way to celebrate a memorable occasion. (Prices checked 08/05/19).
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort is located at 2005 Kalia Road in Waikiki, 3.6 km from the centre of Honolulu. Fort DeRussy is the closest landmark to Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort.
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 11:30 at Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort.
Yes, Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort does not offer free parking.
No, Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort is 10.3 km from Honolulu. Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort is 24.4 km from Kapolei Kalaeloa.
No, pets are not allowed at Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort.
Yes, Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort has a pool on-site.
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort has implemented the following measures:
Daily cleaning, increased availability of sanitation products.
Lobbies with safe social distancing.
Minimal contact with hotel personnel and other guests.