January 2, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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
Thanksgiving is a great time for family and friends, but this year my wife and I decided to travel to Hawaii instead. We stayed at this fabulous resort right off the coast with exceptional views of the ocean. We landed around noon and it was a very quick 30 minute drive to the resort from the airport. Upon arrival, we checked were checked in, but the room was not available yet. We were originally supposed to stay at the Palace Tower, but were upgraded to the Lagoon Tower as I am a Hilton Gold Member. The room we got had a view of the rear of the hotel with a partial view of the ocean from the balcony. The room was spacious enough for the two of us and the bathroom was decent in size as well. We spent a total of 5 days and 4 nights. The resort is beautiful with a tram, boat ride, and numerous walking trails. Beautiful sunsets at many spots throughout the resort. The pool area is very nice although the water was very cold. There is also a salt water lagoon area where people could swim, snorkel, or use other non-motorized equipment. Breakfast was included in our package and there was plenty to choose from to eat. It was ok for the first few mornings, but it tends to get old to eat the same thing every day. No complaints though! The other restaurants throughout the resort were pretty good as well. I specifically liked their Italian restaurant that served very good food and the portions were great! We walked to the other areas where the rooms were located and found that the Palace Tower was very nice as well. In hind sight, I think that I would prefer the Palace Tower over the Lagoon Tower as the Lagoon Tower has an open overhead that allows many birds to come in and make very loud noise that keeps you up at night. The Palace Tower is a bit enclosed and much quieter. The dolphins are easily seen from the resort on a daily basis and one should not have to pay for the hands on experience to see them playing and jumping from their enclosed habitat. Overall, we had a great stay! I only give it a 4 out of 5 due to the loud bird noise in out Tower and the need to pay for non-motorized equipment even though we pay a $35 daily resort fee. Should be included with this fee.
Pablo C - Chula Vista, California
This property is becoming old and dated. The boats and train show lots of wear, the pools and signage are tired, but most shocking to me was the condition of the dolphin pools. Several large dolphins being contained in some very tiny pools does not speak to me of respect for those intelligent animals. The flamingo and tortoise enclosures were also far too tiny and unstimulating for the occupants. Plus, unless you love the sound of thousands of birds squawking in the trees all evening and night, you will never sleep here. Everything here costs far more than it should, but nothing lives up to the hype. Give this old hotel a big miss.
Dawn R - Calgary, Canada
From start to finish you find friendly and helpful staff. Think the only time I had to wait for anything was initial check in. Valet is the way to go. Just call down ahead of time with a time you want your car and it will be waiting for you. Breakfast is great no matter what your diet is. Everyone wants to make sure you are enjoying your stay.
Arthur R - Anchorage, Alaska
The Good: -Absurdly beautiful grounds. Lots to see. Massive...you could walk around the resort all weekend and not run out of things to check out. -Lots of space for relaxation: hammocks, benches, chairs along the poolside -Shopping within walking distance (including a supermarket with relatively inexpensive food) -Staff was very friendly and attentive -Hard to gain weight here because youâ€™ll be exploring quite a lot with all of the artifacts and displays to check out -Beautiful (non-beach!) coastline just steps away to explore (I saw a LOT of sea turtles walking along the outer perimeter of the hotel grounds) -Nice tram to make getting around easy if youâ€™re tired of walking -Rooms were clean, though maybe a tad dated -Good dinner options, though youâ€™ll read a little about breakfast in â€śThe Not So Goodâ€ť below -Sound of the ocean will rock you to sleep at night The Not So Good: -The gym (weights area) is awful. No windows, feels like a closet, minimal equipment. I was shocked to see so much money invested into so many things but then see a gym straight out of a middle-America Holiday Inn. -For solo travelers this isnâ€™t a great place to stay. All of the bars close by 10pm, except for one, which is open until 12, but is a little dive-y and generally void of a good crowd. If thatâ€™s what you want, itâ€™s great, but if youâ€™re trying to meet other solo travelers...you may meet one or two, but thatâ€™s about it. This is less the hotelâ€™s fault and more my own as I should have expected that being on a resort in the middle of nowhere would be like this. LOTS of people on honeymoons/anniversaries. -The breakfast is okay but way overpriced ($35, I think?). My biggest gripe with it isnâ€™t the price, itâ€™s that I am a vegetarian and thus eat a lot of eggs as a source of protein when traveling, but the scrambled eggs are that crappy powdery stuff thatâ€™s nutritionally void of anything youâ€™d normally get from an egg. Crappy hotels usually use that stuff, I was SHOCKED to see such an expensive resort going that route. There is an omelette station, but the line can be very long and you can waste a lot of time waiting to get a decently hot breakfast out of there. Seriously, guys: ditch the fake eggs. Youâ€™re a pretty expensive, supposedly high-quality resort. Use real eggs. -Youâ€™re somewhat in the middle of nowhere. Be prepared to drive fairly long distances to get to anything else on the island. *Make sure to get a rental car* -The beach isnâ€™t as close as I thought itâ€™d be. Itâ€™s a bit of a walk away, far enough where if youâ€™re carrying anything with you, youâ€™ll probably want to drive. Overall: Itâ€™s great for couples celebrating something. The grounds are gorgeous. The staff was superb. You wonâ€™t find yourself bored. You can see where they cut corners, which will bum you out given the price youâ€™ll pay, but overall they get it right. For solo travelers: go to Kona or to one of the other islands, unless you absolutely feel like you MUST see the volcano. Maui and Oahu are much better options.
Joshua D - Manchester, New Hampshire
This resort has it all. Food, pools, beaches, golf, fun! We just came back from an awesome weekend here. Stayed In the Makai wing with an ocean view that I requested as an upgrade for$99/ night. I felt it was worth it. They have a tram or a boat to take you from one end of the resort to the other, but we walked and enjoyed the grounds. The hallways are like mini museums with Pacific island displays on one end and Far East displays on the other. There are things for the whole family to enjoy. The pools are awesome for kids, with Jacuzzis for adults. Dolphin encounters, nice restaurants with a variety of foods. It's a resort so things are a bit pricey. We dined at the Kamuela Provision Co. (KPC) which was excellent. Highly recommend. Had Big Island breakfast buffet, which was pretty good. Also tried Dona and Tony's Pizza which I wouldn't recommend. Worst pizza we ever had, especially for over$20. Burnt, barely any sauce or cheese. Bleh. The resort is huge so it never seems very crowded. Even check in was a breeze. With the exception of the pizza place, I highly recommend this resort!!
hogggit - Hawaii