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About Hilton Hawaiian Village
As its name suggests, the Hilton Hawaiian Village is practically an entire village; guests need not venture outside of the 22-acre oceanfront resort as it has almost everything. From lush tropical gardens with exotic wildlife to over 18 restaurants and lounges, it is no wonder that this Hawaiian resort was once voted #8 on Parents magazine's Ten Best Family Beach Resorts in the United States and Caribbean in its March 2010 issue. There is something for everyone - Camp Penguin for the children, 90 boutiques and shops on the property for any shopaholic, and cultural activities, such as lei making, hula, and ukulele lessons for anyone interested in Hawaiian culture.
Every Friday, the resort hosts an impressive fireworks show and hula performances by one of the pools. Guests can attend a luau with live entertainment of traditional Pacific Island dance, and a tantalizing feast of island food such as kalua pig and huli huli chicken. Trained camp counselors at Camp Penguin teach children ages 5-12 about Hawaiian culture through storytelling, games, arts and crafts, music and dance. Participants of the program also take excursions to the Honolulu Zoo, Waikiki Aquarium, and Bishop Museum.
The expansive resort serves as a natural sanctuary to more than 60 species of exotic birds, turtles, and fish. Guests can view the daily wildlife feedings and stroll through beautifully landscaped gardens, with 50 varieties of flora.
Hilton Hawaiian Village comprises of five towers, with rooms starting at $225 per night. The Rainbow Tower, renovated a few years ago with a $45 million dollar makeover, is the iconic landmark of the hotel, with its rainbow mosaic panels, situated over the widest part of Waikiki Beach on one side and Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon on the other. Its 800+ oceanfront rooms feature stunning views of Diamond Head, Waikiki Beach, and the Pacific Ocean. The Ali'i Tower is the resort's most luxurious tower, embodying the elegance and extravagance of "ali'i," or Hawaii's royalty. The Kalia Tower is located at the entrance of the resort and is decorated with lush gardens and ornate bronze sculptures of ancient Hawaiian dancers. The Diamond Head Tower offers beautiful garden and ocean views and allows guests to make friends with the South African penguins, swans, and flamingos. The Tapa Tower is a favorite choice of conference attendees due to its conference center and is distinguished by its tapa motif on the exterior.
Besides the five towers, Hilton Hawaiian Village also contains five distinctive pools, each with its own character. The Paradise Pool is perfect for the family, with four slides, three waterfalls, two heated spas, and various bridges. This 5,000-sq-foot aquatic playground overlooks the Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon, a beautiful stretch of beach on which guests can choose from a variety of beach activities and rent beach equipment from the stand. The Super Pool and Keiki Pool contain calm waterfalls and tropical fauna. The Tapa Pool, Kalia Tower Pool, and Ali'i Tower Pool are located in their respective towers.
Unsurprisingly, the resort offers an abundance of dining options, from prime steaks at Bali Steak and Seafood, to leisurely breakfast buffets at the Rainbow Lanai, to drinks and live music at night at Tropics Bar & Grill. There are even multiple Starbucks on the property.
At a hotel that houses a car rental desk courtesy of Hertz, a currency exchange, dry cleaning and laundry services, a florist, and even medical services, it is no wonder that guests at the Hilton Hawaiian Village find it difficult to leave.
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