Family: Kids 17 and under Stay Free.
Hilton Hawaiian Village is Waikiki's only beachfront resort and sits on 22 lush tropical acres. It fronts the widest stretch of white sand beach and boasts the best swimming pools and waterslides in Waikiki. Beautiful manicured gardens, exotic wildlife and waterfalls, and priceless artwork are just some of the unique attributes of this famous resort.
The Hilton Hawaiian Village is made up of five magnificent towers nestled within the resort village. All 2,860 rooms have been designed for comfort and function. The beachfront Alii Tower is all about privacy, with its separate registration desk and exclusive concierge services. This newly renovated tower is the most exclusive tower, offering luxurious accommodations, exclusive services, enhanced in-room amenities, a private pool, terrace and whirlpool, a private fitness center with massage treatments rooms and sauna, and more.
You will find a full range of ocean activities that include surfing, snorkeling on the reef, stand-up paddle boarding, catamaran cruises, and the Atlantis Submarine rides. Or simply rent a beach chair and umbrella to unwind on the beach or Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon. Enjoy free daily cultural activities, the Waikiki Starlight Luau, and over 90 shops and services. To top off your experience, enjoy the fireworks show that takes place every Friday evening.
Experience a variety of restaurants, cafes, and lounges without having to leave the property. The resort's 18 eateries serve an extensive array of international fare. Whether you want to enjoy a family outing, romantic evening, or a sophisticated business dinner, a selection of oceanfront restaurants offer gourmet cuisine, elegance, and outstanding service.
General Policies & Fine Print
Check-in Policy: Hotel requires a credit/debit card authorization or cash deposit upon check-in for incidentals; this will place a hold on your funds.
Convention Policy: Individuals attending a convention cannot book this property for their stay. If found attending a convention, guests may be subject to higher room rates upon arrival.
Hotel Spring Break Policy: This hotel cannot guarantee a spring-break-free environment.
General Information: Room taxes are included in vacation price. Minimum night stay restrictions may apply. Reservation changes may not be permitted unless authorized by the hotel.
Mandatory hotel-imposed resort charge inclusions:
• Fitness center access (fitness classes, pool activities & bike rental),
• 10% discount off Spa treatments and merchandise
• I-Ride Trolley Tickets (2)
• 2 bottled waters per day
The above list may not be comprehensive. Mandatory hotel-imposed charges may not include tax and are subject to change at any time. The hotel can provide current charges and inclusions when you check-in.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
TripAdvisor Traveler RatingBased on 17646 reviews
FAMILY VACATION TO HAWAII
We used Activity desk to schedule tours to Polynesian Cultural Center, Pearl Harbor, & Helicopter Tour. Very helpful and knowledgeable. We used National Rental Car on the property and easily picked up our van (reserved a week earlier)
9th floor room, the view was amazing, room was to a very good standard, cleaned well every day, huge tv, PlayStation 3, good choice of channels, nice balcony area, all in all a well rested stay, perfect location. Couldn’t ask for more.
Check in ruins the experience
Reviewed yesterday I want to say this was our first trip to Hawaii and we loved the property. For any parents that have been to a Disney resort in Orlando, the complex is much the same. Large and spread out. The elevator system worked well, the bus depot is a ways away from everything, but I understand the reasoning for that. Our room was nice and always cleaned top notch. I only have a few complaints. 1. There are no umbrellas at the pools, while I am aware you can rent an umbrella at the beach or lagoon, they are not allowed in the pool area. This would be a huge help to those with littles that want to lay down, eat a snack, or even a parent needing a little shade. Not e ertlne wants to lay on the beach. My daughter had to find a shady corner and set on the ground to eat her shaved ice. 2. The food choices are not at all affordable for families. When having to spend $113 on breakfast for two adults and one child, it’s not feasible. An $80 steam for dinner is great one time, but not when the whole family has to eat. Thank goodness for the ABC stores! And third, but not last, probably the most important.. the check-in process. It was horrible! We stood in line for over an hour and then upon getting to the desk another hour.this was almost enough for me to want to say forget it and go elsewhere. After spending 8 hours on a plane the last thing I want to do is spend 2 more hours on the check in process. I’m not sure how they can remedy this other than to have more associates and to better train the ones they have. 4th: the lines and time waiting at the tours and activities desk is ridiculous! Most of this occurs from them trying to get you to listen to a pitch for the time share option on for a voucher or a credit! 5th, our room never got very cool. Thankfully, we bought our big box fan from home. . Overall, we greatly enjoyed our stay here. Show less Date of stay: June 2019
We stayed at the Hilton Rainbow Tower for our wedding. They had a 50% off Jr. Suite Sale! The room was big and very spacious. This hotel property is very busy since there are servers towers and only one front desk/lobby area. The staff from the Bell Captain, to the valet people to the housekeeping staff were all pleasant and truly made you feel the “Aloha” spirit. If you ever plan an event at this hotel ask for Dayna in the Banquets Event Department! She was easy going, easy to work with and very patient!
Hawaii Vaca 2019
I stayed for a week with my daughter at the resort. The resort itself is beautiful. The grounds, coy ponds and parrots are a delight. There are several pools to choose from, my daughter chose the “super” pool everyday due to the huge size. The lagoon and beach were also walking distance. Check in and out were chaotic, especially for us arriving on a Saturday. Thankfully, there was a shorter line for HHoners Diamond members. Also, with Diamond status, I was given $10/day credit for myself and daughter in lieu of the free breakfast. The rooms are very mediocre for a Hilton property, yet clean though (Tapa) You can literally stay on the resort the entire stay if you wanted to, since all shops, restaurants and plenty activities are on site. We ventured into the island for day using the National car rental that was on the resort (book ahead or it will be sold out) Food were pricey, expected to be since we’re in Waikiki. Affordable breakfast can be had at the Wiki Wiki market (hot sandwiches or bagels) or ihop across the street. Starbucks line near the Tapa building was long, the secret is to go to the one in the Khalia building. I later discovered Lapperts coffee being very good and tasteful, they also offered toasted bagels for $3.50 plus other pastries. My daughter enjoyed ice cream treats there. We ate lunch/dinner at tropics, tapa bar and went onto Ala Moana blvd fee times. If you’re on a budget, Wiki Wiki market has a kids menu serving tenders, pasta, Mac n cheese at $11-$15 which I found reasonable. DQ also served hot dogs and burgers yet we didn’t try one. The ABC store were our go to for cold sandwiches, snacks and water It was pretty easy catching Charlie’s taxi cab at the front lobby, note that Uber and Lyft pick ups are near the diamond tower, which was out the way (Uber eats can drop off there too)