Are you thinking of visiting Hawaii for a family vacation? The best way to have fun and relaxing time is by staying at Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort. It is part of an expansive complex from Hilton Grand Vacations that covers 22 acres. In 1961, Elvis Presley filmed “Blue Hawaii” at this iconic location. Your accommodations include a room with a view where you can stroll out onto the balcony and gaze out at the beautiful ocean waters and gaze at a spectacular sunset.
You won’t have to leave the grounds to have a good time because guests will have privileged access to all of the amenities at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. The vast complex offers a host of activities, from stand-up paddleboard, to surfing, to snorkeling or hop on a kayak and glide though it’s saltwater lagoon. With one pool on site, you ‘ll also get access to the getaways five other outdoor pools, including a 10,000-square-foot super pool. You’ll also have access to the fitness center that features Fitness by Precor cardio machines or opt in for some pampering at the Mandara Spa.
Kids can enjoy fun activities like lei-making and hula dancing at Camp Penguin. Experience a nightly ceremonial torch-lighting procession as silent Polynesian warriors with flame in emerge from darkness at sundown. Families can enjoy a movie night or participate a traditional luau celebration that includes a buffet dinner, fire sword swallowers, dance performances, hip-shaking hula dancers as fireworks go off on selected nights. Although there are no dining options in the building, 20 restaurants and bars in the complex will offer a variety of delectable options.
With a prime spot of Waikiki Beach, Hilton Hawaiian Waikiki Beach Resort a travel destination you’ll always want to return to over and over.
All guest rooms are complete with large state-of-the-art high definition flat screen televisions offering premium channels, comfortable workstations, multiple outlets for electronic devices, and coffee makers. Other amenities include a small refrigerator, in-room safe, iron and ironing board, and AM/FM alarm clock radio with an MP3 connection.
For the guest who needs a little extra room, the comfortable suites offer the finest in accommodations.
There are a number of accessible guest rooms that offer slight adjustments for easy accessibility for guests with special needs. These room features include lowered door peepholes, lever door handles, lower or adjustable closet rods, closed-captioned television for hearing and visually impaired, tub grab bars, lever tub fixtures and hand-held shower heads.
The Mandara Spa is a great place to unwind during your stay. It has wet and dry treatment rooms, a full-service salon, and separate locker rooms for men and women with saunas, steam rooms, and whirlpools.
The fitness center is a large, modern gym equipped with LifeFitness machines, free weights and weight machines, along with a medley of specialty equipment.
There are five different pools, including a 10,000-square-foot Super Pool — the largest in Waikiki. The Paradise Pool had the longest waterslide in Waikiki, and there was actually a shallow, tiered pool specifically for young children. The other smaller pools are attached to different towers across the property.
A vacation isn’t complete unless you can find a variety of activities during your stay. Take to the beachfront or the local saltwater for surfing lessons, paddleboarding, and kayaking. Scuba diving and snorkeling can be provides outside the resort’s grounds.
One of the entertainment highlights is the Hilton’s Waikiki Starlight Luau, which includes a traditional buffet dinner set to Hawaiian music and Polynesian chanting, with fire shows and hula dancers. Fireworks go off every week.
Their kids camp provides supervised activities that include games, hula and lei-making classes, and off-site excursions to the Honolulu Zoo.
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Hilton Hawaiian Waikiki Beach Resort is part of a large 22-acre hotel property developed by the Hilton. Bask in gorgeous ocean or city views from your private balcony. Facilities on location include five pools, fitness center, a spa, and a kids club. Exciting water activities include kayaking, snorkeling and surfing. Watch a ceremonial torch-lighting procession with traditional dancing and enjoy a ceremonial luau celebration. Let 20 restaurants and bars please your palate.
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