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Hilton Waikola Village

Hilton Waikola Village

One of the most complete resorts in the islands, the Hilton Waikoloa Village is located on 62 oceanfront acres on the Kohala Coast. Resort features include two championship golf courses, eight tennis courts, a 3/4-acre pool with a 175-ft waterslide and meandering river pool, a four-acre lagoon with bottlenose dolphins and tropical fish, a world-class spa facility, and eight restaurants and lounges.

Hilton Waikola Village Room

This 62-acre, family-friendly oceanfront resort offers 1,240 air-conditioned rooms in three widely spaced towers. The towers are set among lush gardens and extensive water features. Each room has a patio or balcony. Rooms are furnished island-style with wicker and rattan accents and colorful fabrics. Amenities include video game consoles and pay movies. Bathrobes, designer toiletries, and minibars are included.

Deluxe Ocean View - Rooms have lanais and varying views of the resort. Decor features lauhala wall coverings, framed Hawaiian prints, and fabrics in cool soothing colors. 530 square feet.

Partial Ocean View - One king bed or two double beds, plus a twin sofa bed. Balcony with partial ocean view. 530 square feet. Island-style decor with wicker and rattan accents and colorful fabrics. Video game console, pay movies. Refrigerator and minibar. Bathrobes and designer toiletries.

Hilton Waikola Village Dining

Kamuela Provision Company - This restaurant overlooking the ocean is the place for local seafood, steaks, and evening cocktails.

Donatoni's - Acclaimed for its authentic Italian fare, this restaurant is a romantic dinner destination.

Kirin Chinese Restaurant - Dim-sum lunches and dinners of Chinese regional cooking draw diners to this canalside restaurant.

Palm Terrace - This restaurant specializes in breakfast and dinner buffets.

Orchid Cafe - An open-air spot for breakfast and lunches, the café also includes an ice-cream shop.

Boat Landing Pavilion Food Court - Light fare is available at this canalside spot for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Kohala Spa Café - The spa's restaurant serves healthful food for breakfast and lunch, and smoothies and fresh juices all day.

Legends of the Pacific - Weekly, this traditional Hawaiian dinner show includes a bountiful meal and a lavish Polynesian music-and-dance revue.
Luau, Full Moon Champagne Sail, Stargaze Astronomy Program, Legends of the Pacific Dinner Show.

Hilton Waikola Village Property

Transportation throughout the resort is via mahogany canal boats or sleek Swiss-made trams. The resort also features the Dolphin Quest encounter program, and offers 25,000 square feet of shopping space and a full European Spa Complex.

Guests can enjoy 62 oceanfront acres of hidden tropical grottos, cascading waterfalls and exotic wildlife. The property blends the best in contemporary facilities with graceful Hawaiian culture.

Water, water everywhere—a tropical lagoon, koi ponds, swimming pools, waterfalls, canals, and spas. This self-contained vacation village (population 3,000), is crisscrossed by flagstone paths with numerous bridges spanning lots of water. Lush grounds encompass both a $7 million art walk and botanical gardens.

Amenity highlights: Dolphin Quest Learning Lagoon offers guests an opportunity to take part in a supervised dolphin encounter.

The resort's ocean beach is rocky so the Village provides an alternative in the form of a four-acre saltwater lagoon with its own sand beach and waterfalls. Open to the sea, the lagoon permits fish and turtles to come and go, and provides excellent flat-water snorkeling.

Two major freshwater pool complexes include water slides and a third pool is adults-only. It's surrounded by padded lounge chairs and silence.

Insider tip: At Waikoloa Beach Resort's upscale shopping/dining center, Kings' Shops (a 5-minute drive from the Village), a telescope is located in a gazebo above a lake bordering the center and offers a view of Mauna Kea's summit, where the world's largest telescope can be seen.

Kohala Sports Club & Spa is a full-service health, beauty, and fitness center, plus offers physical training and eco-tours like bird-watching and a waterfall hike.

Camp Menehune provides games, sports, and activities for children ages 5–12, with half-day, full-day, and evening sessions available.

The Village contains a, 1,800-piece collection of Asian, Western, and Oceanic art. An illustrated booklet permits self-guided tours, with three walks and two side trips described.

The Red Sail Sports desk arranges snorkeling, whale-watching, and sunset cruises aboard a 50-foot catamaran and scuba-diving excursions aboard a 38-foot motor boat.

Other amenities include an arcade of smart shops; a lending library of books, toys, and games; and a full-service business center.

    * Swimming pool - outdoor
    * Spa services on site
    * Fitness equipment
    * Poolside bar
    * Parking (valet)
    * Business services
    * Internet access in public areas - surcharge
    * Room service (limited hours)
    * Gift shops or newsstand
    * ATM/banking
    * Hair salon
    * Multilingual staff
    * Garden
    * Babysitting or child care
    * Number of rooms: 1,240
    * Spa tub
    * Health club
    * Bar/lounge
    * Parking (free)
    * Conference room(s)
    * Computer rental
    * Audio-visual equipment
    * Laundry facilities
    * Shopping on site
    * Currency exchange
    * Concierge services
    * Safe-deposit box - front desk
    * Wheelchair accessible

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