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Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort

Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort

4 Stars

2005 Kalia Road Honolulu HI 96815


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Cleanliness 4
Facilities 4
Service 3
Location 5
Pricing 1
Overall 3.4
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort is one of those hotels you just hate to leave. With acres of pools, waterslides and private beaches, this Hotel is a destination resort that's hard to beat. Then add priceless artwork, lush tropical gardens, along with waterfalls and exotic wildlife and you can see why this resort is so popular. Right on Waikiki Beach, the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort is within walking distance of the Hawaiian Convention Centre.

Location
Just twenty minutes from the Honolulu International Airport, this Hotel is the location of the only outdoor luau in Waikiki. The Waikiki Starlight Luau offers food, group hula lessons, and a remarkable show.

Rooms
The property occupies 22 oceanfront acres and has over 2,860 remarkable guest rooms and suites.

Restaurant
This Hotel has over twenty restaurants and bars as well as room service options. There is Bali Steak and Seafood, the Tropic Bar and Grill, and the Rainbow Lanai. The Hotel has a Starbucks Coffee and Lappert's Ice Cream Shop on-site.

General
The Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort has a guests only paradise pool. This aquatic playground offers freshwater swimming, lava rock formations, 4 water slides including a 77 foot lava tube slide, streams, bridges, three waterfalls, two heated spas, and so much more!

Additional Information

  • 5 km to the City Centre
  • 20 min drive to the International Airport (Honolulu)

Hotel Facilities

  • Bar / Lounge
  • Faxing Facilities
  • Lobby
  • Restaurant
  • Swimming Pool - Outdoor
  • Business Centre
  • Gym / Fitness Facilities
  • Photocopying Facilities
  • Room Service
  • Conference Facilities
  • Internet Access - High Speed
  • Reception
  • Spa / Wellness Centre

Room Facilities

  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Internet Access
  • Safe
  • Voicemail
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
  • Hairdryer
  • Modem / Data Port Connection
  • Telephone

Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort Guest Reviews (78)


Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
2 out of 5

We spent 10 weeks travelling in North America and the Hilton Hawaiian Village was notable for several reasons. It was the most expensive hotel i stayed in during our entire trip yet it was the ONLY hotel/lodge that did not offer free wifi or internet for its guests. It was also the only hotel that did not include some sort of small breakfast and the only hotel where the desk staff refused to help us make phone calls to solve several small problems which many other hotel desk staff were only to happy to help with. We were pointed to a pay phone. I paid extra for an Ocean View but 50% of my view was of the wall of the next room! Yes, the room itself was ok and clean and there are some nice facilities, but FAR too big and far too impersonal.

Gazza1 wrote on April 7, 2012


Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
3 out of 5

Staff were not friendly & actually bordered on rude. Hotel is too big & you feel like just another number. Room clean & of a good size. Not as central to shopping & nightlife as other hotels I have stayed in which I would rate as a better experience, eg Outrigger Hotels.

Jordana2 wrote on March 22, 2012


Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
2 out of 5

Checkin took 15 mins as I waited for the 2 customer groups at the counter to complain. A bad start. The room was very large and nicely decorated but on closer inspection it was filthy. The bathroom had long black hairs literally coating the floor from wall to wall. No surface had been wiped down and the floors had not been vacuumed. The bed had clean sheets but that was all they seem to have done. We called reception to move but after not hearing back for ages we called again to arrange a cleaner instead as we were too tired to wait longer. No one ever called us back to check that everything was ok. The hotel was super busy and impossible to get a table to eat at so we went elsewhere for food. It is just too far from the main area of Waikiki beach to walk there easily so you are stuck there. A hotel shuttle to the cruise ship would have cost 3 times as much as a taxi for the two of us - ridiculous. Stay closer to Wailkiki beach centre is my recommendation. Ridges on Waikiki Beach was much better for example.

Tuula wrote on March 11, 2012


Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
5 out of 5

Perfect!!!! Was a great view from the hotel. Would come back here the next time we visit.

dydee wrote on January 21, 2012


Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
5 out of 5

Wow were to star the drive in looks great. The check in great.. And the room hadsuch a rad view. I wish to go back so. Thank you cheap tickets you made it all passable. I had to muck .

yep yep wrote on January 16, 2012


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall3.4 out of 5
Cleanliness4 out of 5
Facilities4 out of 5
Service3 out of 5
Location5 out of 5
Pricing1 out of 5

Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort Guest Reviews

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2 out of 5

We spent 10 weeks travelling in North America and the Hilton Hawaiian Village was notable for several reasons. It was the most expensive hotel i stayed in during our entire trip yet it was the ONLY hotel/lodge that did not offer free wifi or internet for its guests. It was also the only hotel that did not include some sort of small breakfast and the only hotel where the desk staff refused to help us make phone calls to solve several small problems which many other hotel desk staff were only to happy to help with. We were pointed to a pay phone. I paid extra for an Ocean View but 50% of my view was of the wall of the next room! Yes, the room itself was ok and clean and there are some nice facilities, but FAR too big and far too impersonal.

Review by: Gazza1
Date stayed April 7, 2012

3 out of 5

Staff were not friendly & actually bordered on rude. Hotel is too big & you feel like just another number. Room clean & of a good size. Not as central to shopping & nightlife as other hotels I have stayed in which I would rate as a better experience, eg Outrigger Hotels.

Review by: Jordana2
Date stayed March 22, 2012

2 out of 5

Checkin took 15 mins as I waited for the 2 customer groups at the counter to complain. A bad start. The room was very large and nicely decorated but on closer inspection it was filthy. The bathroom had long black hairs literally coating the floor from wall to wall. No surface had been wiped down and the floors had not been vacuumed. The bed had clean sheets but that was all they seem to have done. We called reception to move but after not hearing back for ages we called again to arrange a cleaner instead as we were too tired to wait longer. No one ever called us back to check that everything was ok. The hotel was super busy and impossible to get a table to eat at so we went elsewhere for food. It is just too far from the main area of Waikiki beach to walk there easily so you are stuck there. A hotel shuttle to the cruise ship would have cost 3 times as much as a taxi for the two of us - ridiculous. Stay closer to Wailkiki beach centre is my recommendation. Ridges on Waikiki Beach was much better for example.

Review by: Tuula
Date stayed March 11, 2012

5 out of 5

Perfect!!!! Was a great view from the hotel. Would come back here the next time we visit.

Review by: dydee
Date stayed January 21, 2012

5 out of 5

Wow were to star the drive in looks great. The check in great.. And the room hadsuch a rad view. I wish to go back so. Thank you cheap tickets you made it all passable. I had to muck .

Review by: yep yep
Date stayed January 16, 2012

4 out of 5

Beautiful view. Wonderful valet. Felt discrimination at service desks. Check in was fast; polite; helpful. Room had a broken door and coffee pot had left over coffee and empty wrappers. Room service absolutely fantastic one night and poor the next night.

Review by: hermit crab
Date stayed January 15, 2012

1 out of 5

Poor desk service. No room service. Food vendors that you were expected to buy from had meals of cardboard. Breakfast buffet was cold. Poor waiter service. I'll never stay here again.

Review by: hermit crab
Date stayed January 15, 2012

4 out of 5

My husband and I thought that we have made a big mistake to take this Hilton Hawaiian Village in Waikiki as this village would be crazy busy just like Waikoloa Hilton. However, this Waikiki Hilton Village was good. Each towers were organized in a way and room was ok & comfortable.Quieter and peaceful than Waikoloa. It became a good treat for our last day of the vacation. We do not mind coming back to Waikiki Hilton Hawaiian Village at all. Everything was decent!!

Review by: sadu
Date stayed January 11, 2012

4 out of 5

It is in a very good location (Right on the Beach). They have different towers for guests to stay in. Pro's: - Location - They are very well organized - Bed was very comfortable - Well kept area (Birds and Penguins) Con's - You are located inside the Hilton Villiage with over priced stores - Biggest complaint: The pool area visitors put towels on every chair and then walk away. So all of the chairs are reserved so you can't find a seat.

Review by: mississippiman
Date stayed January 10, 2012

4 out of 5

Great location, great rooms, it's a own Hilton Village, but very beautiful.... Would go ther again anytime

Review by: Claus78
Date stayed January 8, 2012

4 out of 5

Family trip - relaxing and quiet!! Far away from Wakiki shopping areas to be away from hussle and bussle but close enough to walk to shops etc.

Review by: bjhgkjhgl
Date stayed January 5, 2012

4 out of 5

Very nice hotel. The only thing I could complain about was the smoking areas. There are three on the property, but they only have wooden benches and they are very hard and uncomfortable. Looks to me like they could put some padding on them or change seating to something a little more comfortable and provide a wind and rain break of some kind.

Review by: Mike and Penny
Date stayed January 4, 2012

3 out of 5

Bad location, food, and service. Bottom line: tourest trap!!

Review by: Brent46
Date stayed January 2, 2012

5 out of 5

We stayed over the Christmas holidays and found the resort to be great. The staff were very helpful, the location excellent and the rooms were a good value for the money.

Review by: Colonel06
Date stayed January 1, 2012

4 out of 5

No free beach front property. 37$per use. A lot of activities.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed December 30, 2011

1 out of 5

Stay there for 5 night . The Christmas Luna is soooooooooo bad. Food is bad beach is bad. Not close to any shopping center.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed December 30, 2011

4 out of 5

The staff was very helpful and we had a great experience. The shops are great!

Review by: adm2
Date stayed December 14, 2011

5 out of 5

This is my first hotel review. I read a lot of them before booking our Nov 30-Dec 4, 2011 trip so I thought I'd return the favor. We found a flat rate shuttle/taxi service and reserved ahead of time. After the short drive from Honolulu’s air port we arrived to the hotel right at sunset. The lobby is open-we were able to feel a light breeze and see part of the sunset while we waited in a short line. I got the feeling that people working and living in Hawaii aren't in a hurry. The lady checking us in took her time... if we were in a hurry or if we were inpatient people we might have been upset and would have mistaken her kindness/laidback-ness as something negative (other people working behind the desk weren’t all quite as “slow-moving”). She was SUPER pleasant and we walked to our hotel room at the Tapa Tower with smiles on our faces. I’m not sure of the differences of all of the Towers but when we booked we asked for a basic/king bed room. To our surprise-we had a partial view of the Ocean and a full view of the Lagoon FROM the balcony-not from the actual room. This was nice! We were able to admire the view while standing on our balcony, without having to pay the “partial ocean view” price. We spent most of our time out and about on the Island or on the beach but I’d like to point out how comfortable the room was, especially the bed. We made a last minute decision to rent a jeep wrangler from the Hertz Rental at the hotel for our first full day. (rental was for 24 hours but we returned it 12 hours later so we wouldn’t have to pay the parking garage to have it for a couple hours the next morning), we drove to the North Beach to catch the world cup of surfing competition and on our way, we stopped by the Dole Plantation for some Pineapple ice cream and some Hawaiian Salt. (There is a store in there that offers a wide variety of snacks, etc.) On our way back to the Hotel we decided to drive the perimeter of the Island rather than straight back. We used someone’s suggestion and stopped by one of the farmstands. Excellent!! I recommend. (huge avocados, yummy sugar cane, option to drink out of a coconut before they get the meat out for you and bag it for you.) Our last full day, we booked two excursions with the hotel. A shuttle took us to and from Diamond Head Crater (tour guide) and later in the day another shuttle picked us up for a Rainforest hike. I especially liked the Rainforest hike. Prepare to have muddy shoes!! (I used the shower by the beach and hair dryer in our room on both of our shoes before packing to go home the next day.) If I didn’t feel the need to travel “all over” I’d definitely return to this hotel. Oh yea, and the icing on the cake was that they offered us a hospitality room for our 7pm flight. We were able to take last minute showers, bathroom break, and another chance to organize our luggage. (you can rent the room for 45 minutes). The people working at the desks were very helpful!! The few times we ate on site, we were treated great! Especially at the Tropics restaurant (right off the beach-go there for happy hour! Yum!!)

Review by: calarebear
Date stayed December 13, 2011

4 out of 5

The hotel was very nice but our trip was marred by the APEC conference that was held next door to the Hilton Hawaiian. We should have been WARNED prior to our booking/travel that the conference is going to happen. We were practically held prisoners and isolated inside the hotel since the streets were cordoned around for blocks and being a first time visitor to the island, we would not dare venture out in our rental car lest we won't be able to get back to the hotel. Our vacation was RUINED. We were not able to visit the tourist sites in and around the islands. If we had been WARNED, we could have moved the dates.

Review by: SocNoy
Date stayed December 10, 2011

4 out of 5

Stay 3 nights in mid November 2011. Room given is in the Tapa Tower. Booked partial seaview room, however you have to go out to the balcony only you could view the sea from far, for that the room rate is quite pricey. Room is clean and comfortable but a bit old. A very big resort, easy to find food as there are a few restaurants in the resort and also quite a number of gift shops. Has the widest beach front with soft sandy beach compared to the few hotels further up. Walking distant to Waikiki Shopping Centers & Malls & restaurants. For those who don't like to walk a bus stop station just outside the resort. Bus is easily available along the waikiki area and to Ala Moana Shopping Center. Waikele Premium Outlet offers a wide range of branded goods at good price. The Luau show & dinner at the resort is a bit disappointed.

Review by: AlvinYMC
Date stayed December 7, 2011

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Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort Exterior
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Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort Aerial view
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