Hilton Grand Vacations Club (HGVC) at Hilton Hawaiian Village
45 rentals: $121 - $1,200 per night
9 resales: $4,900 - $47,592
points/credits from $0/ea
Set on the soft sand beach of Waikiki, Hilton Hawaiian Village is a destination unto itself.This resort offers guests cozy studios and spacious one-, two-, and three-bedroom timeshare villas. Villas are equipped with a full kitchen, air conditioning, and a washer and dryer on each floor.
Hilton Hawaiian Village rests on 22 acres of prime Oahu beachscape. Enjoy any of the resort's four swimming pools including 5,000 square foot waterpark, whirlpool spa, Mandara Spa and Holistica Hawaii Health Center, barber shop and beauty salon, supervised recreation programs, and restaurants and lounges. Just beyond the Hilton's walls, scuba diving, snorkeling, and Atlantis Submarines offer unsurpassed views of a vibrant underseas world.
If you are able to tear yourself away from the resort for a day, experience Hawaii by air with Island Seaplane Service, the only air tour in all of Hawaii. Why battle the crowds on foot, when you can cover the entire island by air in a fraction of the time? Island Seaplane Service offers three booking options: the half-hour Aloha Flight, the one-hour Islander Flight, and the Dinner and Flight which includes a gourmet catered meal.
Please also reference The Grand Waikikian, The Kalia Tower, and The Lagoon Tower resort pages on RedWeek for additional rental and resale inventory at this resort.Hilton Grand Vacations Club (HGVC) at Hilton Hawaiian Village
2003 Kalia Road
Honolulu, Hawaii 96815
- Car Rental
- Child Care
- Children's Pool
- Conference Facilities
- Copying Services
- Fax Services
- Grocery Store
- Handicap Accessible Units
- Health Club
- Internet Access
- Kid Friendly
- Laundry Room
- Live Entertainment
- Maid Service
- Medical Facilities
- Outdoor Pool
- Room Service
- Shopping Area
- Snack Bar
- Spa Services
- Whirlpool/Hot Tub
- Boating (0.1 miles)
- Drug Store
- Horseback Riding (8 miles)
- Movie Theater (0.5 miles)
- Scuba Diving (0.1 miles)
- Video Rentals (0.5 miles)
- Water Skiing
- Wind Surfing
- User: angelab357
- Posted: Jul 13, 2011
We stayed in the Diamond Head tower two years ago and fell in love with the resort. You just can't beat this location for young children. The lagoon has many safe activities for kids and the beach is ideal as well. The expansive grounds are a beautiful adventure for the kids everywhere you go. Penguins, fish, parrots, flamingos, geckos, snails... the kids LOVED it. On the negative side, meals are expensive. Do not under estimate how much you will spend on a simple hotdog and soda. We loved our visit so much, we came back this July 1 - 10, 2011. This time with all four of our kids (ages 10 months - 10 years) and a babysitter making our group too large (7) for a single room or suite. We were very fortunate to locate a penthouse suite in the Lagoon tower on Redweek posted by an amazingly customer-oriented renter. We ended up saving a lot on the penthouse vs. reserving 2 rooms in the rainbow or Diamond Head towers. The two story unit was perfect with comfortable sound-proof rooms and well-appointed living areas. The view was gorgeous!! We fixed many meals in the room and saved hundreds of dollars. The renter, Victor Paranada, was extremely helpful to us even with details such as arranging for high chairs, etc. In all our travels, we put this experience at the top of our list because of the thoughtful, friendly service he provided and the value of the unit he rented us. Using the title company for payment was the only negative. They cost $200 and were NOT pleasant to work with. As for us, we will be back, will work directly with the same renter, and will not deal with the title company.
- User: mikee58
- Posted: Aug 28, 2010
We stayed on the Island for two weeks. The first week was spent at the Hilton Wakikian and the second on at the Marriott Ko Olina. I was real hesitant to use my vacation time, staying on the Island of Oahu. Let me just tell you, this was one of the best Hawaiian trip we have ever done! The new Hilton Wakikian was more than I could have dreamed for! The rooms are all new and the services was impeccable!! I was so impressed with the service and accommodations, I added more point while we were there, and I never do that!!! Anyway, both resorts are spectacular and both have completely different experiences! Go! Enjoy the island known as Los Angeles, with warm water!!! It is a whole lot more!!!
- User: loriz16
- Posted: Aug 2, 2008
Stayed in the Rainbow Tower corner room as a hotel guest in 2004. It was great. Expensive but worth it. We were told by some friends we wouldn't need a car, but we had family in Pearl Harbor and got one after a few days. I would definately reccommend a car if you want to go to Haunama Bay(highly reccommended, but be careful when tide is going out) Nice beach at the Hilton, calm and not crowded. North Shore is awesome, especially in the winter when the surfing competition is going on. Waves are impressive. Hawaii was dubbed the "Island of Pay Pay" by my husband. We went inland towards the North Shore and a $3 bottle of water at the hotel was .89c in the little town. Lots to see once you leave the Waikikik area. The island is scenic to say the least and the waterfalls in Waimae are great. We are going back soon and taking the kids.
- User: karin66
- Posted: Feb 10, 2007
- Updated: Aug 1, 2008
Novmber 2006 - Lots of construction going on all day - the main pool was ovecrowded due to the closure of other pools. Other than that, a great trip. We look forward to coming back with our children and grandchildren when the new SuperPool is built and they have remodeled the lagoon and made it swimmable.
- User: bent29
- Posted: Jul 6, 2008
- Updated: Jul 8, 2008
This is our first time staying as in the Lagoon Tower at the Hilton Hawaiian Village, we have stayed before in the rainbow tower as hotel guests. We highly recommend this place to everyone and are planning on going back again.
Let me say that this is the BEST hotel in Honolulu as it has everything you could ever want! The beach is excellent, not too crowded like it is further down on Waikiki, it has a lagoon area that is perfect for kids & novice swimmers. There is some great snorkeling and surfing right there at the hotel. You can rent umbrellas, chairs, snorkels, ect right there on site. They have nightly entertainment at the Tropics Bar from 4:30pm - 7pm & Tappa Bar from 8-11pm. The bands are really good - highly recommend seeing Beach 5 & Typical Hawaiians.
Prices are what one should expect at a resort, expensive. However, there is an ABC Store right on sight and can buy drinks and snacks at a cheaper price. If you like coffee you need to go to Lappert's which right next to the Lagoon Tower, they will brew you a fresh cup right in front of you of one of Hawaii's famous coffee blends! Plus they have great ice cream at night. As far as eateries there is everything from Round Table Pizza to Benihana's there on premise. Accommodations were great as the room was very clean (1 bedroom ocean view is what we stayed in). It was quite and spacious with all amenities one would want. Plus there was free internet which was a pleasant surprise. They have free washer/dryer on each floor to use which was nice.
Staff was very pleasant and knowledgeable. I would recommend taking "The Bus" around Honolulu, it was very simple and easy the concierge desk can provide you with info on getting around as there is a bus stop right in front of the hotel. You can also walk to the main strip if so desire. The Zoo is a great stop if you love animals, aquarium is not as good but right next to the zoo. You can also rent a car from Hertz right there on site and take a drive around the island, which I recommend you do. If you are an AAA member, make sure you tell Hertz as it saves 20% and book one day ahead!
FYI, there was a little bit of construction but was not noticeable unless you looked up at the new tower they are building.
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