Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
4 star hotel
2005 Kalia Rd,
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Easily identified by the trademark artwork on its 31-story Rainbow Tower, the Hilton Hawaiian Village Beach Resort & Spa is a large, four-star Waikiki resort located on 22 acres of pristine oceanfront. There's so much to do on-site that you may have trouble squeezing everything in to just one vacation. Aside from the typical beach rentals like boogie boards, surfboards and snorkel gear, the Hilton Hawaiian Village offers outrigger canoe and catamaran rides, as well as a submarine tour to explore artificial reefs made from sunken ships and a submerged airplane. Each evening, you'll find a different evening show or activity, ranging from traditional luaus to fireworks to live Hawaiian music. More than 2,800 rooms are located in the resorts' five guestroom towers: the Ali'I Tower, the Rainbow Tower, the Tapa Tower, the Kalia Tower and the Diamond Head Tower. Each tower offers its own conveniences and a distinct experience to help make the most out of your Hawaiian vacation at this Waikiki Hilton hotel in Honolulu.
Insider Tips on the Best Rooms at this Hotel
The Ali'i Tower has the most privacy and has the quietest rooms.
Rooms with a View
The Rainbow Tower Corner King Rooms have the best views out of all the towers. You can choose between lagoon view rooms, which have views of the Pacific Ocean, Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon and the Yacht Harbor, or Diamond Head view rooms, which have spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, Waikiki Beach and Diamond Head.
There aren't any oversized rooms.
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Guests with disabilities don't have to settle for a city view room. This hotel has accessible ocean view rooms available, which include modified bathrooms.
For a view worth bragging about, book a Deluxe Ocean View Room or an Executive Ocean View Room. Deluxe rooms start on floor 8, while executive rooms are located on higher floors.
You'll find a view of the ocean from rooms on higher floors. Whereas, rooms facing southeast offer a view of the pool.
For a panoramic view of the Pacific ocean, book an Ocean Front room.
Ocean View rooms also offer great views of the Pacific Ocean as well.
Partial Ocean View rooms allow you to see the Pacific Ocean and Diamond Head from the balcony but not from inside of the unit.