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Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort

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Located on Waikiki's widest stretch of beach, the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort is nestled on 22 oceanfront acres offering the best value with more amenities than any other hotel in Waikiki. Imagine five spectacular pools and the largest beach front Super Pool, best waterslides in Waikiki, surfing lessons, Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon for kayak and stand-up paddleboard fun. We have the only pier on Waikiki Beach which provides easy access to catamaran rides and Atlantis submarine adventures. The resort is home to Waikiki's only 5 night a week Waikiki Starlight Luau, a full-service, award-winning children's program for kids ages 5-12. Mandara Spa and over 20 restaurants and lounges, 90 shops and services, daily cultural activities, nightly entertainment and lush tropical gardens, and waterfalls. Every Friday night we light the skies with our Friday Night Fireworks Spectacular!
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Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Free Internet
Banquet Room
Breakfast Available
Business Centre with Internet Access
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Conference Facilities
Dry Cleaning
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Laundry Service
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Multilingual Staff
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor pool
Paid Internet
Paid Wifi
Wheelchair access
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Massive hotel with service that is lacking. Rooms were old and dusty....disgusting actually (pic attached). As a gold member and comparing to other Hilton properties / services, they have no executive lounge, no complimentary breakfast, no upgrade and coupon to exchange for
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We stayed at HHV every summer in the 1980's. This is our first trip back since then. The Village is as amazing and as beautiful as almost 40 years ago. It is self-contained-ABC stores, jewelers, clothing stores, luggage stores, eateries of all stripes, etc. With 4000 rooms, the
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Service was excellent though the price was expensive the firework show was unbelievable the resort view was good we stayed at the Diamondhead tower and the room would have been perfect if it had a small microwave.
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We stayed at this property for the first time. We were impressed with the room in the Rainbow tower and our view right down the beach and at the property. We had a great view of the fireworks from our balcony. Valet parking is expensive but well serviced. We went to three
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This is one of the worst hotels in the hilton line. very crowded rooms are very old furniture looks like it’s from the thrift shop i supposedly stayed in the nicest tower i am afraid to see the others the staff was nice the beach was pretty the spa was very nice
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Rainbow Tower Room 901 corner
Most of what I saw in the Waikiki area were very commercialized versions of true Hawaiian food/culture. The PCC luau was a spectacle worth seeing, but the dinner was a buffet and the food was nothing to remember. Honolulu is so commercialized that what you're looking for may be a thing from the old movies. However, there is a luau at the Hilton Waikiki Beach Resort that is on the top floor of one of their buildings and is supposedly smaller. It may work for you. Giovanni's shrimp truck was a highlight for me, but I wasn't looking for what I don't think exists anymore. That's not to say you won't find one. If you do, give a shout.
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Does this resort have a breakfast buffet?
Yes, they do, but not worthy though. There are many famous breakfast stores near by, like egg's thing, bills....., and they are much better and cheaper. Would suggest you to go out of the resort.
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There is the main pool at Registration. One outside Alia Towers. One inside Kalia Tower and the lagoon. As for Restaurants, we stayed two weeks and ate out every night; we never repeated dinner spots except at the pizza place. Go on their website and have a look. There are also several stores, ABC stores and convenience stores for food. There are multiple restaurants within walking distance and huge mall within a mile with every type of food available.
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What tower should I stay in? Going as a couple.
The Ali’i Tower is wonderful. It may a pricier but there are perks. Private check in. You will receive a bracelet that cuts your wait times at all restaurants. The view is spectacular. This Tower also has a private pool and bar area. That is where the best view of Friday night fireworks are. The service there is impeccable. It’s worth it.
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"Rainbow Tower ocean view is impressive!"
"Trying to save money on food? Shop breakfast and lunch at the ABC store. Then have dinner out."
"Corner room rainbow tower 600+ a night plus tax and resort fee"
"Splurge and get a room with a great view."
"In Ali'i tower ask for 7th floor or above. That's where I was before and it has a wonderful ocean view without all the noise."
US$234 - US$463 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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