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Hilton Waikoloa Village in Waikoloa, Hawaii
Located just 20 minutes north of Kona International Airport, this Waikoloa resort features tropical gardens with waterways, exotic wildlife and a museum walkway with Asian and Polynesian artwork.
Enjoy recreational amenities including two championship golf courses, eight tennis courts, three swimming pools, dolphin encounters and lagoon watersports.
Location of Hilton Waikoloa Village
Nearest Airport: KOA
Amenities for Hilton Waikoloa Village
- Ice Cream Parlor
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Laundry Service
- Multilingual Staff
- Valet Parking
- In-Room Amenities
- Cable Television
- High-Speed Internet Access
- Children's Menus
Reviews for Hilton Waikoloa Village
The property is gorgeous - the grounds, common areas and the rooms. The rooms are spacious but little stupid things make the stay a bit annoying and possibly wishing for a different place. Unless you center you entire vacation around the hotelâ€™s paid amenities, you probably wonâ€™t get much out of it, if youâ€™re just looking for a place to crash at night. Getting around - The place is so huge, almost like 4 hotels in one and to get from tower to another unless you are willing to walk 10-15 min, hard to get around without using their â€śtramâ€ť or â€śferryâ€ť, both of which are very slow and so infrequent, prob because they are so slow. The parking lot - ugh... imagine having a common parking lot for 3-4 big hotels.. makes for a long walk unless you do a valet. $27/day for self park and $37/day for valet on top of $30/day resort fee, when does the greed end! Unless you are reading the fine prints, you could easily tack on $57/day to your stay. The self park is another 10-12 min walk to The lobby, so from the time you park and you get to your hotel room and vice-a-versa, you are looking at 20-25 each time. Pools - The have some nice pools that are open till 10 pm, but if you want towels, the towel station closes at 5:00 pm.. how stupid is that. So, if you go after 5, expect an Long dripping walk back to your room which could be 20-25 min. walk (depending on where your room is at). Food - we did not eat here after looking at the menu prices. $79/adult for a dinner buffet...... if you can justify it, more power to you. We ended up eating out (by the mall area or in Kona area). Iâ€™m sure you can order from the menu, but for a family of 4, you are down over $100 for a decent meal. We stayed at the Palace Tower and for a good coffee in the morning, you had to go to the next tower for a coffee shop. See the picture for the buffet menu - had a laugh at it when I read â€śCurry Stationâ€ť - seriously, which brainiac came up with this idea...only one of the mentioned items (veg curry) has curry in it. Overall Service - meh at best; yes they were respectful and answered you questions but not anything spectacular than youâ€™d experience at any other hotel. As I said earlier, Unless you center you entire vacation around the hotelâ€™s amenities, you probably wonâ€™t get much out of it, if youâ€™re just looking for a place to crash at night look elsewhere. You are a captive audience and they know it and try to milk you for it ..
Srikanth C - Bengaluru, India
We stayed 2 nights at Ocean view, Palace tower. Beautiful, huge property and the price must be for the maintenance not the service you get. Our room was very small, barely any space for your luggage and we only had carry on . Not enough cabinets, one sink only and the safe was vertical, so you needed to pack up your items which is ridiculous! Breakfast buffet is so over priced as whose idea was that? The property is absolutely gorgeous but everything there is over priced. valet parking is U$37.Self parking $27,I would say for $10 different doesn't worth to walk in the heat.
Kaviana - Vancouver, Canada
Two stars would be generous for this dreadfully dated Hilton property. Starting with the good, we were put in an ocean-facing room and the view was beautiful. The rest of the hotel experience was fair to poor. Our room and the hotel common areas had kitschy tropical touches from the 1980's, when it was okay to appropriate Hawaiian culture into faux Polynesian art and furniture. The plumbing in the sad bathroom gurgled loudly at night with sounds that resembled your crushed hopes and dreams. Adding to the random noises were the sounds of your neighbors' sliding patio doors opening and closing, the wheels of luggage clacking against the tiled walkways and the struggling AC unit. And let's not forget the birds. My partner and I are all for animals and nature but the birds that roost in the courtyard of the Ocean Tower were a nightly and morning reminder that nature was right in your face with a middle finger while you're trying to sleep. In defense of the property, they are renovating the towers so perhaps in 2073, it'll be great. Problem is, don't place guests in a tower under renovation but tell us we are being upgraded! Finally, I do not recommend this property if you want a grown up vacation. Loud kids were everywhere and the only adult pool was located between buildings with no view.
Edward L - United States
Oh my where do I begin?! We were â€śupgradedâ€ť to an Ocean Tower room with a view of the ocean. What they didnâ€™t say was that, whilst you have a great view, you are sleeping in a room that is circa 1970 with plumbing that very audibly gurgles at random times, air conditioning that barely functions, a queen size bed that has seen much better days, a headboard that has an overhang that essentially means you are guaranteed of banging your head at last twice a day, and a bathroom that Motel 6 would be ashamed of. Not to mention the tiled walkways that encircle the inner courtyards that are concentric rings which means that people with wheeled luggage (ie anyone not on the run from the authorities) make a huge racket that reverberates such that everyone gets to enjoy the constant noise. Oh. And then there are the birds. Hundreds of birds roost in the palm trees of the inner courtyards. Sounds romantic, no? No it is not. They start making the loudest noise at around 4:30am. They also do the same from dusk till after sundown. Find somewhere else to stay unless you hate life.
aps35378 - San Francisco, California
Beautiful property, but we weren't staying there. We just wanted to have a Mai Tai, while looking at the beach. We were guided to their Kona Tap Room. Our server, who wasn't all that busy, was indifferent and unattentive, like we were keeping her away from things she wanted to do. No beach in view too. The bill for 4 Mai Tai's, a beer, a small serving of salsa and chips for $11 was $75. True, it's a resort, but that much money with poor service makes for an unhappy experience.