Beautiful resort with great rooms! Very new feel
Everything about the room is top notch. If going to the Hilton Hawaiian stay here it’s the newest tower and it really shows.
The resort is just too pricey. $43 for parking and a $35 resort fee. So with the taxes you are well over $500 per night. Not affordable. Check out is 10am even for Hilton Honors they only have me until 10:30. Not good.
Daily Resort Charge will be added to the room rate and includes: Wifi; InnSpire to access apps & stream media to TV from own device; cultural activities; exercise classes; 2, 16oz water bottles per day; 20% off adventure sail; 10% rental car; 10% off beach services; 5% off Port Waikiki Catamaran. The Grand Islander by Hilton Grand Vacations recently received the AAA Inspector's Best of Housekeeping Award which recognizes AAA Inspected & Approved hotels that receive the highest possible cleanliness and condition scores that puts us in the top 25% of all 27,000 AAA Inspected & Approved hotels. The Grand Islander by Hilton Grand Vacations joins the scenic and tropical landscape of Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort, set across 22 acres including a wide span of Waikiki Beach. Enjoy the essential conveniences of home in the spacious suites at our 37-story hotel, and indulge in resort activities during your getaway. The fresh and welcoming suites at The Grand Islander offer a full kitchen with stainless steel appliances, plus a stylish living area, multiple bedroom options and a washer/dryer. Step onto the balcony for a warm breeze and gorgeous views, or savor the spa-like bathroom with rain shower and deep soaking tub. Reserve a penthouse suite on the top floors for access to the Penthouse Lounge. Our Honolulu hotel has a sleek and modern sundeck with lush plants, an outdoor mini-pool and whirlpool, exclusively for guests of The Grand Islander, plus access to the resort’s pools, lagoon and waterslide. Feel stress slip away at Mandara Spa & Fitness Center, and pick up souvenirs at the gift shop. Ask our staff about fitness classes, hula lessons and other activities, plus Camp Penguin, our education program for kids. With 20 restaurants and bars, there’s something for any appetite at our Waikiki resort. Enjoy a breakfast buffet, seafood lunch, and romantic dinner one day, then coffee shop treats, a beach picnic, and starlight luau the next. The Wiki Wiki Market has grab-and-go items for the pool, and Tropics Bar & Grill is a perfect place to watch Waikiki sunsets.