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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:   August 14, 2018 5:42AM
 
Review:   Great hotel with all the amenities and activitys you could ever hope for. Snorkeled with wild sea turtles and a huge variety of colourful reef fish every morning in the lagoon. Sea view room in the palace tower was fantastic. Only downside is the exorbitant parking charge of $27 a night to park a 15+ minute walk to your room.
 
Author:   Adam Johnson
 
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Review date:   August 15, 2018 2:19AM
 
Review:   If you like large resorts you should try this place. You can take a boat to your room, you can play miniature golf, they have their own walk in beach lagoon (on their grounds), swim dolphins and snorkel in their lagoon. Multiple pools and a large feral cat colony they feed daily. Cons: your car is in Egypt. Seriously. We walked from our room to the car and it was 20 min. If you’re staying there, plan to be on property to get full benefit. I’ve also attended an event there and they have nice banquet facilities.
 
Author:   Myndee Ronning
 
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Review date:   June 23, 2018 2:37PM
 
Review:   This is a spectacular hotel with beautiful grounds. The staff treat each guest well and the private beach/lagoon is a lot of fun for families with small children or bad swimmers. It is honestly a lot like Disneyland, absolutely gorgeous, but mostly fun for children and rich people. Basically it is insanely expensive to be at the resort all day. To eat lunch for two at the cheapest place with two drinks it cost around $80. So save your pennies before coming. The best way to avoid the massive prices is to leave the resort area for food. (There is a good burger joint and seafood restaurant in the harbor nearby). Regardless we enjoyed our stay and had a lot of fun at the private beach.
 
Author:   Caleb Wilson
 
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Review date:   August 11, 2018 11:20PM
 
Review:   I have no idea why some guys are giving it 1 stars. Obviously they are some rich snobs that need to set their expectations right as they are on earth, not heaven. Best Hotel I have ever stayed in hands down. Everything was perfect including the food, the hotel, the services and pretty much everything else. Prices could be lower but your in Hawaii, i expect nothing less.
 
Author:   Ammo Thak
 
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Review date:   June 13, 2018 5:02PM
 
Review:   Amazing property! There are 3 'towers' of rooms at this property, each connected by walking trails, boat ride, or train. The lobby and convention center are centrally located and also connected to the above modes of transportation. There are tons of restaurants scattered around the property. There are also multiple pools and slides scattered across the property. The grounds are meticulously maintained and simply stunning. There is no beach on the ocean proper, however there is a nice beach on the lagoon in the middle of the property. You can also snorkel, rent paddle boards, canoes, water bikes and many more things. Being on the lagoon, there are no waves and the water is calm with no major currents. You can also enjoy some time with dolphins at Dolphin Quest, also located directly on property. I HIGHLY recommend this property for you next adventure in Hawaii!!
 
Author:   Michael Childers
 
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