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Hilton Waikoloa Village

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Hilton Waikoloa Village


 
 
 
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Hilton Waikoloa Village - Hilton Waikoloa Village. Copyright Hilton Hospitality, Inc..

Contained within three low-rise towers, the accommodations of Hilton Waikoloa Village exhibit true comfort and exceptional island hospitality. Immerse yourself in the warm and inviting selection of guest rooms and suites, offering a stunning array of thoughtful amenities.



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Discover welcoming Hawaii Big Island accommodations at Hilton Waikoloa Village. Our comfortable rooms and elegant suites are spread among three architecturally unique towers. The beautiful grounds and scenery of our resort can be enjoyed from the private lanai of every room. Our exceptional Big Island Hawaii accommodations make up 1,240 guest rooms and suites, featuring art treasures and antiques, with furnishings that are refined yet relaxed. Delight in experiencing the Spirit of Aloha in our beautiful oceanfront setting.


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Review date:   February 12, 2018 8:03AM
 
Review:   Came to this resort for the Legends of Hawaii Luau. The event was very extravagant but also pretty expensive. They served plenty of food and had lots of tropical themed cocktails. Staff was friendly and inviting. Felt like a really family friendly event with plenty of audience interaction. I enjoyed the celebration and would love to go again.
 
Author:   Justin Subhan
 
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Review date:   January 31, 2018 2:10PM
 
Review:   Amazing views on the water. Highly suggest first floor so you can walk out to watch sunrise and sunset. Food was super at the luau!! Best poke all week and was caught that morning. Restaurants on site were good, but didn't blow my mind. Loved watching the dolphins and eating at the bay.
 
Author:   Alyce Lowe
 
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Review date:   February 2, 2018 8:10AM
 
Review:   Massive resort with something for everyone. As big as the resort is I never felt overwhelmed with to many people. I stayed in the Palace Tower and it was very spacious and recently renovated. Right now there's a lot of construction happening so there's a bit of noise and closed areas. The grounds are well maintained and beautiful. There are trams and boats for traversing the resort. Onsite shopping and restaurants are expensive. Big pools and the resort is located on the oceanfront. You also have to pay for parking. There is also a Dolphin Quest on location if you want to pay to interact with real dolphins.
 
Author:   John Hannan
 
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Review date:   February 13, 2018 10:15PM
 
Review:   The level of service was less than I expected for a Hilton property, but still very good. The front desk personnel weren't particularly friendly, which is a shame since they're often the first impression. The restaurant staff were mixed. Some super helpful and service-oriented, and others not so much. The pools were really nice and the extensive walkways around the resort were great for walking around to enjoy the oceanfront setting. Very nice display of artwork in the long walkway that connects the three towers. Shopping for essentials was convenient. The big island requires more driving than the other islands. Don't expect a walkable vacation here. The $27/day parking fee was unexpected and unwelcome. The upcharge for access to the full breakfast buffet (from included continental) was $15, even if you're Hilton Diamond status.
 
Author:   Jay Endsley
 
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Review date:   January 23, 2018 1:21AM
 
Review:   Huge room, comfy bed with down pillows and Comforter. Vast and lovely grounds include several pools and an ocean lagoon for safely swimming. Dolphin Quest is right here on property. 3 guestroom towers with hundreds (thousands?) of rooms; it's BIG! Plenty of walking to be had in property or take the convenient Tran from building to building. Hundreds of pieces of art and sculpture of seemingly historic Asian origin line the main corridor. An impressive place! The food I've tried was good although not amazing and also pricey but that's resorts for you. You could easily come here and never leave the property...unless you want more dining options than the 2 or 3 restaurant/bar/café on property.
 
Author:   Diane Matuszewski
 
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