Hilton Hawaiian Village | United States | If Only

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Taking pride of place on the beachfront, the legendary Rainbow Tower with its mosaic tile rainbow motive has been captivating guests since the 1960s, today it’s one of five hotel buildings offering stylish accommodation and the most breath-taking views of the Pacific Ocean. Spread over 22 tropical acres there are five fabulous swimming pools, a sparkling saltwater lagoon and a wealth of daily resort activities for guests to enjoy, in fact there’s so much to do here you may find you never want to leave! When it comes to dining there are no fewer than 18 different options ranging from casual coffee houses, an ice cream parlour and delis, to seafood, traditional Hawaiian and teppanyaki, along with room service if you just want to sit on your balcony and watch the Honolulu world going by as the sun sets over the ocean. The choice of rooms and suites is extensive with something to suit all party shapes and sizes, for a more exclusive experience The Ali’i is a resort within a resort, giving guests all the benefits of the village, with access to a range of facilities and benefits just for those staying at The Ali’i.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 4 Star
  • 2523 rooms



There is a variety of different options for guests choosing the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Rooms and suites in the Village Towers offer easy access to all the resort facilities including the beach and scenic views, dependent on which accommodation you choose. Tapa Collection rooms are inspired by the vibrant colours and landscapes of Hawaii whilst the Rainbow Tower is perfect for those who live for epic views, with rooms and suites here boasting magical vistas of the Diamond Head Crater, Pacific Ocean, and Honolulu coastline. The Ali’I offers spectacular beachfront panoramas with a choice of rooms and suites in a more exclusive setting.



There is something for all tastes and appetites at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Casual offerings come care of the Island Deli, CJ’s Deli, DQ/Orange Julius, Wiki Wiki Market, and the lagoon grill whilst Bali Oceanfront serves fresh, local dishes in an elegant and simple way, offering a real flavour of Hawaii. Blue Water Shrimp and Seafood showcases Hawaiian fusion seafood and for a taste of the orient, Aoki Teppanyaki has a menu of steak and seafood delicacies. Other options include Japanese, Italian and there’s even a divine ice cream parlour serving gourmet Hawaiian ice cream.


Alongside its location on the stunning golden sands of Duke Kahanamoku Beach the opportunities for fun in the Hawaiian sunshine are endless. There’s a saltwater lagoon where guests can try stand up paddle yoga, swim as a mermaid or try aqua cycling, there are also five swimming pools including a family-friendly activity pool with a water slide. Resort activities include the starlight Luau, kayaks, catamaran sailing trips, surf lessons, Atlantis submarine experiences and movie nights, plus a range of cultural Hawaiian activities including hula lessons and classes where you can learn the delicate art of lei making.



There is a wonderful wellness and relaxation area with the Mandara Spa, which offers a blend of treatments and therapies fusing traditional rituals with a modern approach taking guests on a journey of spirit. The menu includes massages, facials, and sublime body treatments. The Fitness Centre offers everything you need for the perfect workout with a range of cardio machines including treadmills and bikes complete with personal TV screens, free weights, and space to stretch and cool down. For early risers who enjoy an open-air routine there are yoga, aerobics, and Tai Chi classes on the village green.


Whilst there is no children’s club the Hilton Hawaiian Village is certainly a family-friendly hotel. There is variety of different accommodation to choose from including three bedded rooms in the Tapa Collection, which are centrally located and close to all the amenities. The Keiki Pool is a shallow pool alongside the main pool for younger guests, whilst the Paradise Pool is a fabulous activity pool with an outdoor slide and lava tube slide for hours of fun. Many of the on-site restaurants offer children’s menus, catering for even the fussiest of eaters and there are child friendly movies, and traditional games, much loved by Hawaiian children.

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Daniel K. Inouye International Airport


Approximately a 20 minute drive from the airport


Hawaii is warm and sunny all year round, although wetter in the winter. Spring and autumn are the perfect time to visit as hotel prices aren’t at their peak and temperatures are still mid-high 20°C.