Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort

Boasting 22 oceanfront acres of Wakiki Beach, you’ll certainly know you are in Hawaii when you arrive!

With 5 pools and 20 restaurants and bars set amongst tropical gardens, also home to exotic birds, a stay here is an experience in itself. Hula lesson? Check!

Facilities & Activities

If you can tear yourself away from one of the 5 pools, an array of activities awaits to dazzle you! Yoga or Tai Chi, a Hula Aerobics workout, make a Lei or take a Ukulele Lesson, the choice is yours! Ocean based activities include a submarine or try surfing (of course!), kayaking and padle boarding. Please note charges will apply.

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From a New York Style delicatessen, Italian favourites, Japanese delicacies or gourmet pizzas there are restaurants to suit your style and mood!


The iconic Rainbow Tower boasts rooms and suites with sweeping Pacific Ocean views and the Honolulu coastline. Or treat yourself to a temporary home in the Al’i Tower, a beachfront luxury hotel within the Resort with enhanced in-room amenities and facilities.

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If you have active kids and are feeling a little crazy, what’s not to like!

If you are seeking some time without your little companions, Camp Penguin Kids’ Club keeps those between 5 and 12 years busy. Games, music and arts and crafts all have a Hawaiian feel to add to the holiday experience. Half and full days can be booked for a charge.

A plethora of rooms can sleep even larger families, and the range of eating options that cater for all ages, means little ones will have plenty of opportunity to refuel before heading back to the waterslide!


There is currently no infomation regarding sustainability


Set on the widest stretch of Waikiki Beach, the venue is truly Hawaiian!  The hotel hoffers a shuttle service for the short drive from Honolulu Airport, although reaching Honolulu can be a longer affair!  Flight connections from the West Coast USA and Canada are fairly frequent however.