Hilton Hawaiian Village

2005 Kalia Road, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815, United States
(5 star hotel)
#16
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Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 20 reviews
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Hilton Hawaiian Village - Best Place in Honolulu

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 17, 2005

The only place in Honolulu with acres of tropical plants, animals, fish, waterfalls and plenty of Ocean Beachfront.

Unique Quality: Tropical Plants, Flamingos, Turtles, Penguins. Great Native Custom Performances - Song and Dance.

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Beachfront Hawaiian Hotel

by written on October 6, 2004

From what I saw, it looked like a really trendy hotel. It had a lot of amenities, a big pool, and the location was right on Waikiki Beach

Unique Quality: Nice Pool, great view of the city, centrally located

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The top of Waikiki Beach

by written on October 30, 2002

Well first of all, this hotel is right on Oahu's most popular beach, Waikiki. The Hilton Hawaii is a huge 22 acre property complex that can be somewhat overwhelming (too many people and not enough privacy). The Hilton attempts to overcome this by having several different hotel buildings on their property with slightly different themes.

Unique Quality: Since the Hilton Hawaiian has several different buildings on their property, you have a lot of options for great views. The best view of downtown Honolulu can be had in the Rainbow Tower, which is where I stayed for part of my stay. And since the Hilton would like for you to spend ALL your time (and money) at their resort, you will not find a shortage of lounges and restaurants. It is a bit overdone and can be cheesy with "cultural" activities and arts. If you stay there, definitely don't spend all your time there, get out and see the island and some of the other older, more historic hotels on Waikiki Beach.

Directions: Waikiki Beach closer to downtown Honolulu

Highly recommend the Hilton...

by written on August 24, 2002

Highly recommend the Hilton Hawaiian Village.

Unique Quality: 6 towers, 3 pools, restaurants, shops, beautiful landscaping, flamingo, ducks, other birds roaming around, penguins, open air restaurants where the birds come right in and come up to your table. Trolley and bus stops are right at the hotel, so that is convenient if you don't rent a car. Nightly entertainment. We were in a room for 1 or 2 people, in the Diamond Head Tower, that had a king size bed. The room was spacious with a desk, table, night stands, tv, 2 phones, big closet, mini bar, small refridgerator, coffee maker, hair dryer. All rooms have balconies. The tower behind the statues in the picture is the new Kalia Tower, that just opened in May 2001. The Ocean Tower is all suites. The Ali'i Tower has it's own doorman. Concierge is located near the check-in area of the main lobby. When you check in, they will give you a map to help you find your way and also to help you locate all the shops and restaurants.

Hilton Hawaiian Village

by written on August 24, 2002

Unique Quality: The Hilton Hawaiin Village has an amazing view of the ocean. In addition to tropical pools they have their own lagoon. The grounds of this hotel is very spread out and big so be careful you might get lost.

NEVEREND May 28, 2014 at 6:33 PM

i am disappointed in the management here and did nothing for me to help me feel better. they would not honor a gift certificate i received, since it was bought in Hawaii it should have been good for 5 years, instead they will only honor it based on Hilton rules. The woman I spoke to barely spoke a word of English so who knows what she told me was correct. I did end up paying the full amount and was not able to use my gift certificates not even a percent of it. There was a hair in my sink and the bed itched bad .. the tapa tower was where they put me. I will never stay here again.

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Hilton Hawaiian Village

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Address: 2005 Kalia Road, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815, United States

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Amenities at Hilton Hawaiian Village

  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Fitness Center
  • Business Services
  • Kids Activities
  • Suites
  • Bar / Lounge

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