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|Distance to city centre||10,4 km|
|Nearest airport||Kona Intl|
|Distance to airport||26,4 km|
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We stayed in the Lagoon Tower with views to the ocean and to the dolphins. It was amazing. The room was very big and spacious. We had an amazing stay.
Most staff is amazing, specially the cleaning staff. But the staff that works to sell tours and stuff are a little bit too much "pushy". In my oppinion the Breakfast was too expensive as well. 40$ per person per day is too much when you are already paying 400$ a night in the hotel.
Beautiful property. At first it was overwhelming because it was so large. After a day of getting our bearings we began to explore and enjoy the pools and restaurants. Also valet parking was prompt, polite and welcoming.
Breakfast was for the entire resort in one area and it was ridiculously expensive. We left the resort to have breakfast daily. Why not have a couple of other restaurants open for breakfast?
It was a really fun place for my 10 year old son! Lots to do.
Prices for food were very expensive!!
Slippery bathtub, inconsistent room service, inconsistent housekeeping, no answer at front desk or other staff phones,
The rooms were good size, good bathrooms.
It was too big, too crowded, too noisy. And did not feel like Hawaii. It could be a resort in anywhere in the world. It is like a vacation factory. Not relaxing at all. Especially for solo traveler, it is not relaxing. There are families everywhere, children are all around and loud until 9pm in the pool. And then they are in restaurants. The place has no moment of peace. The food is bad as it is usual food. The service is also bad, as there is no care. Everything is pretty much self service, anything you ask there is a charge. The place is huge, the staff can’t keep up, so they stick to a cookie cutter service as opposed to being helpful. You carry your own luggage even if it means 2-3 miles for example. There is tram but if the tram does not work which happened to me, well good luck. There is no good healthy food or real tasty local food. A few options like poke bowl. If you have any special dietary preferences again good luck. Try your luck outside of the resort. I am a vegetarian, and I could not find anything good or interesting to taste, especially being in Hawaii. The rooms have ants especially in the bathrooms. They are micro size ants not big ones. The place is also super not eco friendly. Turtles are in the same lagoon with screaming kids, water bicycles, etc activities. Though there are state laws about not disturbing these animals, the animals are stranded with this environment. Part of the same lagoon, also a home for dolphins who are being worked pretty much all day. Although there is a sign says it is humane society certified and that participation to the attraction is contributing towards conservation of marine life and research, the scene is far from that reality. The poor dolphins are in a small place considering how many dolphins are there. Though it is lagoon, they are trapped in one side and there is a restaurant next to their area constantly buzzing with people and food smell.
Hilton Waikoloa Village is beautifully set on 62 lush tropical acres of the Kohala Coast on the Big Island, Hawaii. The upscale hotel is the perfect romantic getaway for couples, or for any leisure travelers. Its close proximity to the town of Kona means that countless shopping, dining, restaurant, and entertainment options are only a short distance away.
Luxury rooms combine contemporary comfort with tropical-inspired accents. Guests can choose from a variety of accommodations, including premier and executive suites. All rooms feature private balconies, signature beds, mini-fridges, flat-screen televisions, high-speed wifi, a workstation, spacious bathroom, air-conditioning, separate living areas, and pull-out sofa beds. All rooms are kid-friendly. Room service and laundry service are available.
Guests can easily access the nearby black-sand beach, which is a common phenomenon on The Big Island, where the black sand is the product of the close proximity to a string of volcanoes. Guests can swim with green sea turtles at the nearby swimming lagoon. Countless activities are available, including boating, kayaking, paddle-boarding, dolphin-encounter tours, and snorkeling. There are 8 tennis courts, 2 golf courses, and three outdoor pools with lounging chairs and a sundeck. A 24/7 fitness center is fully-equipped with cardio equipment, free weights, and other exercise equipment. Guests can indulge in luxury treatments at the on-site spa which offers upscale beauty services such as massage, facials, manicures, and pedicures.
The hotel boasts fourteen restaurants, which feature cuisine from all around the world. Guests can savor their cuisine in indoor or outdoor dining areas. Kona Tap Room features craft beers on tap and a pub menu.
based on 4 666 reviews
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- Great view
- Nice building
- Pleasant hotel grounds
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- Waikoloa Petroglyph Preserve 2,6 km
- Waialea Beach 8,8 km
- Waikola Village Golf Club 9,9 km
- Hapuna Beach State Park 10,1 km
- Hapuna Golf Course 11,3 km
- Big Island Country Club 12,4 km
|Waimea Kohala||24,5 km|
|Kona Intl||26,4 km|