Hilton Waikoloa Village on the Kohala Coast, Hawai'i
Hilton Waikoloa Village blends contemporary facilities with graceful Hawaiian culture in an unparalleled tropical setting.
Guests enjoy romantic hideaways, waterfalls, abundant wildlife, three pools and waterslides. There is a protected saltwater lagoon and beach, the Dolphin Quest Learning Center, tennis, two golf courses, a seaside putting course and a year-round children's program.
Hilton Waikoloa Village features three pools with waterfalls, waterslides, jacuzzis, and hidden grottos, one with a sandy-bottomed children's pool and another for adults-only. There is also a four-acre oceanfed lagoon teeming with tropical fish and rare green sea turtles. Beach toys and water sports equipment are available for rent including kayaks and snorkel gear.
The resort is also home to two championship golf courses, an 18-hole Seaside Putting Course, eight world-class tennis courts and the luxurious Kohala Sports Club & Spa where guests can enjoy the perfect blend of time-honored treatments and modern therapies and the latest health and fitness technology.
Camp Menehune for children ages 5 - 12 offers several unique activities from exploring tide pools to watching for whales and painting coconuts, and there are Hawaiian cultural activities and arts and crafts classes such as hula and lei making. Guests can meet the resident wildlife at the Parrot Talk and Fish Frenzy, Stargaze, or take a tour of the $7 million museum walkway or the 1 mile underground tunnel.
Guests also have the opportunity to interact with Atlantic bottlenose dolphins at Dolphin Quest, and Red Sail Sports offers snorkel, sunset, dinner and seasonal whale watching cruises along with bike journeys and fish charters. Several on property shops and boutiques offer fragrances and fashion, art and souvenirs, and The Gallery features Big Island artists.
Kohala Sports Club and Spa welcomes you to their place to rejuvenate and treat your mind and body. Ho`oponopono, the Hawaiian word meaning a therapeutic dimension or feeling that inspires healing of body and mind, is the Spa's philosophy. The newly renovated 25,000-square-foot Spa has composed menu offerings focused on self renewal, including toning and stress release programs, a variety of body massages and wraps, therapeutic baths and facials to cleanse, exfoliate, tone and refresh. An array of fitness and workout equipment for body strengthening along with racquetball, squash and tennis courts round out the services of this world-class facility.
A culinary adventure awaits you at Hilton Waikoloa Village. Discover an abundance of dining options ranging from fresh island fish and exotic Japanese delicacies to the best burgers on the Kohala Coast. Enjoy Hawaii Regional cuisine at KPC (Kamuela Provision Company) where fresh island seafood and prime steaks are served with breathtaking sunset views perched above the Pacific Ocean. Our Imari Japanese Steakhouse features tableside cooking known as teppanyaki along with a contemporary approach to sushi at Imari's Sushi Bar and the traditional dining experience with exotic foods of Japan. Lagoon Spoon offers endless combinations of cereals, toppings, and malasada sandwiches. Big Island Breakfast at Water's Edge features lavish breakfast buffets, and the Kona poolside Orchid Marketplace has family-friendly grab-n-go pizza and sushi. Lagoon Grill serves great burgers and salads, along with tasty fruit smoothes. Boat Landing Pavilion is the perfect spot for a grilled burgers or sushi. Kirin Chinese restaurant rounds out the numerous dining choices, by bringing the many cuisines of China to the table. On Sunday, Tuesday and Friday evenings, Kamehameha Court is filled with sounds of Polynesia at the "Legends of the Pacific" dinner show and luau. Malolo Lounge offers a charming bar and lounge area to enjoy a martini or tropical cocktail.
Hilton Waikoloa Village received a GOLD AWARD from the Official Hotel Guide as "The Most Romantic Hotel" and was designated "Best Place to Get Married on the Big Island" by readers of West Hawaii Today.
To find the romantic in all of us, Hilton Waikoloa Village suggests taking a leisurely cruise in a mahogany canal boat along the waterways of the resort under the stars or discovering private hammocks or a cabana for two to watch the sunset while sipping an exotic tropical cocktail. Romance Packages are available that offer ocean view rooms, champagne, seaside cabana massages for two, breakfast daily and much more.
With the oceanfront Hale Aloha Wedding Chapel and several outdoor venues, the resort is the perfect setting for a destination wedding, vow renewal or celebration. The onsite Waikoloa Wedding Planner Ateliar assists couples with every detail from bouquets and cakes to locations and photography.
Considered by many meeting planners to have the most flexible meeting space in Hawaii, Hilton Waikoloa Village offers over 235,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor pre-function, exhibit and meeting facilities, along with wireless internet access in all meeting rooms and an on-property audio/visual company. The Grand Ballroom (24,000 sq. ft.) has the unique feature of having (3) tiers or levels for seating purposes. This layout offers all participants an unobstructed view to the main stage. The ballroom is divisible into seven sections; has 30 foot ceiling; 36 certified hang points, audio visual and lighting booth, built-in stage; dressing rooms. There are also the Kohala Ballroom (9,800 sq. ft.) and the Kona Ballroom (8,500 sq ft.). The Waters Edge Boardroom is a unique circular room with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the Lagoon Lanai and waterfall. All the ballroom space is elegantly designed and proven to be the perfect settings for exhibit setups, company displays and group registration and hospitality areas. Winner of numerous meeting and incentive awards, Hilton Waikoloa Village has a seasoned Catering, Meetings and Convention Services team and culinary department that can accommodate any groups' board meeting, theme party, banquet or gala reception from 20 to 2,000 people.