When traveling to Hawaii, perhaps for the first time, you’re looking for a hotel with it all. In a place where land is hard to come by, the Hilton Hawaiian Village sits across 22 prime acres on Waikiki Beach.
It’s Not Just Iconic; It’s A Special, Historical Place
Aside from being adored by guests, it’s also a place of historical significance and pop-culture milestones. Guests can order the iconic Blue Hawaii cocktail, invented at the resort in 1957 by legendary bartender Harry Yee.
Over the years, The Hilton Hawaiian Village grew and expanded with new towers and room options, including fully-furnished condos that offer all the conveniences and space of an apartment but the cleanliness standards of a global resort chain.