If it is your first time to the islands or if you’re a repeat visitor to Oahu – this is the spot to enjoy the true Hawaiian Experience. The Village on site offers a wide variety of shops and restaurants with various food themes.
Hilton Grand Vacations Club at The Hilton Hawaiian Village is located within easy walking distance to Waikiki. We are here for a week and have not needed a car. There are buses and trolleys readily available and you can walk just about everywhere.
We are in a two bedroom garden view category which has a sweeping view of the harbor and ocean! The room is beautifully decorated with fine fabrics and first class furnishings – all very Hawaiian. There is a television in each bedroom and the kitchen is complete with every gadget and utensil needed to prepare and cook whatever you would like to eat.
Although, it is hard not to just go out to eat because of all the choices!
The resort has free wireless which is a big plus to us. We stopped at the business center and a gentleman was checking out after using a computer for 30 min. His bill was $18.00! FREE is better!
- Restaurants and lounges
- Mandara Spa (fees apply)
- Children’s recreation programs
- Washer and dryer on each floor
- Covered car parking (fees apply)
- 24-hour valet parking (fees apply)
- Water recreation
- Golf nearby
- Car rental desk and travel agency
- Barber shop and beauty salon
- Doctor’s office
- Accessible rooms/facilities
- 8 years in service
- RCI Gold Crown Resort
- This is a non-smoking property
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We went to The W for dinner our first night. (W for Wolfgang Puck not W Hotels) The service and food was extremely disappointing. The bartender was not responding to our questions or requests. Her lack of interest was obvious unfortunately. And, when she put our flatware on the bar she held the fork at the fork end as she placed it in front of us upside down. We had to clean it before we ate! Food was just o.k. – a bit over priced and there was no sizzle on the steaks being served. Syed had a salad and I had 6 oysters before the steak entrees, we shared a bottle of wine and the bill was over $150.
The following night we enjoyed the early special until 6pm at The Ruth’s Chris in Waikiki. Syed had a filet, salad, broccoli and ice cream for desert for $39.95, while I enjoyed the 16oz rib eye, Caesar salad, garlic mashed and bread pudding for desert. We brought a bottle of wine with us. With the $25 corkage fee our bill was around $125.00. It was an amazing dinner if you are beef lovers as we obviously are!