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The resort itself is huge and can get very busy during the peak season. Breakfast was good and have variety of selections. I wish they could make real juice not the punch version. Staff are very nice and helpful. Make sure you mentioned you HH...More
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The resort/village is HUGE! So much to do, felt like we didn't have time to do everything. And don't forget your complimentary mini photo shoot and photo!
There is a (train)tram and boat ferries to take you to the different sections of the resort. There...More
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Response from HiltonWaikoloa, General Manager at Hilton Waikoloa VillageResponded 24 January 2018
We are so happy to hear that you’ve had such wonderful experiences with us. Our team loves making our guests feel at home as a part of our ohana! Looking forward to sharing more island adventures with you soon -- take care in the meantime!...More
I stayed there with my 12 year old daugher during the spring break. It has a welcoming atmosphere with friendly hotel employees and clean rooms. We enjoyed the grounds, lagoon, dolphins, ocean view right from our balcony and the artifacts around the resort. However, if...More
Stay in the Makai Tower. We were in room 4330 with a beautiful 180 degree of ocean and resort. Even though you are in front of the pool it doesn’t get noisy. At night it is very quiet. We slept with our patio door open...More
Awesome resort with wonderful amenities. The man made lagoon allowed for even the least adventurous among us to snorkel comfortably. They also have stand up paddle boards so you can learn to balance before trying it out on a busier beach.