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Guess who was a +Travel Channel Daily Escape this week? Mahalo for the honor!
 
Today's Daily Escape is from Big Island, Hawaii. http://bit.ly/1BmCihv
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Join us this Saturday at 8:30pm at Palace Garden for John Keawe: Unplugged for Earth Hour, a live concert with Grammy and multiple Na Hoku HanoHano award winning artist John Keawe! Starting at 6pm, it's Light Up the Night at the Lagoon, then Tai Chi and at 7:30pm, Paper Lantern Crafting as we prepare to dim the lights! Tag your experience #HWVEarthHour! Full details: http://bit.ly/hwvevents
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Welcome to a perfect day in paradise! Snow on the mountains and warm sea breezes along the coast. Happy Aloha Friday! #HWVTopShot #LetHawaiiHappen
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Fly over Waikoloa Golf! Learn more about golfing at Waikoloa in our latest blog post at http://www.hiltonwaikoloavillage.com/experience/blog/2015/03/09/waikoloa-golf and book our Golf, Stay and Play package! http://bit.ly/hwvspecials
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Happy Aloha Friday from Kona Pool! #LetHawaiiHappen
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Happy Aloha Friday from Kona Pool! #LetHawaiiHappen  
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It's a great day out on the course! Explore our Waikoloa room and golf packages today! http://bit.ly/hwvSpecials
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Here's a live look outside today of two turtles enjoying the lagoon. Happy Aloha Friday from Waikoloa!
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Snow in Hawaii! Here’s a live look outside. Australia’s #1 breakfast show, +Sunrise, will be broadcasting weather reports live from Waikoloa tomorrow morning. What better spot than one of Earth’s most weather-diverse islands! #hawaiisun7  
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Come experience Waikoloa @Play with our Golf Stay & Play Package. Includes daily golf at Waikoloa's Beach or Kings' Golf Course! http://bit.ly/hwvSpecials
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69-425 Waikoloa Beach Dr Waikoloa Village, HI 96738
69-425 Waikoloa Beach DriveUSHawaiiWaikoloa Village96738
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Welcome to Hilton Waikoloa Village, a Hawaii Big Island paradise. Hop on the tram, take a boat ride, swim with dolphins, slip down a water slide, enjoy a cocktail... all at Hilton Waikoloa Village.
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Vast tropical oceanfront resort with a black sand beach, tennis, golf & a swimming lagoon.- Google
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Ruthie Daniels
4 weeks ago
The Resort is AMAZING !! The staff made sure everything was perfect for our stay. They have these cool mini boats that take you from one tower to the next we stayed in the Lagoon Tower. We took advantage of the FREE mini photo shoot the Hilton offers on the grounds of the Hotel. The waterfall scene is the BEST!!!. It was very cool of course my Husband opted to purchase photos :) If any there was one draw back it was that the air con was a little weak in the room. But, other than that it was Amazing Great VALENTINE'S DAY weekend!!!!!!
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NosillaWilla
3 months ago
This was the last place I stayed at on my 9 day Hawaii trip and wanted to end it with something special. This was actually my LEAST favorite place of all and would tell anyone to go elsewhere. Let me just start by saying that this place is nothing but a money pit with little to offer of the beauty of Hawaii. After being forced to pay a 25 dollar a day parking fee along with a 25 dollar 'resort' fee I am now thinking that i am going to spend an extra hundred dollars on my 2 day stay here. We get our room key and are told to wait for the monorail which would take us to our room. What? Anywho, after about a 5 minute wait the monorail slowly arrives and takes us to our room. Besides the cool factor of the monorail wanting to make trips outside of the resort becomes a hassle due to the wait times. We get to our rooms and we don't see why we are paying more for about the same quality of room as other resorts. Maybe it was the 'Hilton' name we are buying in to. The resort itself is okay. We liked the lagoon, but it's definitely meant for people who don't mean to explore. It's basically a kiddy pool compared to the awesome places we swam at Kona and Hilo before coming here. Eh, but we will make do, it will take 45 minutes to get to a beach we'd like. This resort is far from a lot of attractions of the island and because of that I feel they prey on the people staying here. 18 dollars for a mediocre sandwhich, 12 dollars for a pina colada with the smallest pour of rum from the unhappy bartender. I even tipped him 3 dollars for the sad drink. After making that painful costly mistake of an unsatisfactory meal (the price is what tasted horrible) I went grocery shopping back in Kona to last us the last meals we'd be having here. (there are some really tasty local foods ready to be eaten) In the lagoon at the resort, you could rent things, but they were also marked up from other places I stayed. Kona Boys, in Kona outside the Marriot I would HIGHLY recommend for renting gear from. Instead of 12 dollars for an hour of snorkel in a kiddy pool pond you can snorkel in the bay in Kona for 7 dollars. The reefs and fish were BEAUTIFUL. I'll never forget that experience. The Lagoon at the hilton had a few fish, but if you wanted to snorkel, I'd go elsewhere. To try to sum it all up, the Hilton I felt like was an overhyped money pit. You honestly felt trapped there. Everything was far away and everything was EXTREMELY expensive just because they could charge it that much. The Hilton was my least favorite stays on the Big Island because I felt like the biggest tourist ever and everything costed money for no reason without the fun. I would highly recommend saving your money and try staying in the Marriot in Kona for a better quality of stay in my opinion. I stayed there for three nights and still paid a little less than I did for two nights of baloney at the Hilton. The bar served wonderful drinks for a better price along with good food. You can swim in the bay right outside and EVERYTHING is in walking distance. I found so many good places to eat just by walking in a different direction outside the hotel everytime I got hungry. In Kona, I felt less like a tourist and felt more like an adventurer, ready to try something new and fun. I really regret staying at the Hilton. I felt like I wasted my last two days in a confined money pit. Save yourself a lot of money and stay somewhere else such as in Kona. You'll see more, shop better, eat better and travel better without burning a hole through your pocket. I honestly wanted to check out, but would have had to pay an early checkout fee. Just do yourself a favor. Explore the Big Island and all it has to offer and DON'T stay here.
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Poruchik Golitsin
a month ago
Stayed here at the end of January. Amazing experience!!! Love this hotel, love all the staff who make us feel home away from home. Great customer service, they are not afraid to go extra mile to make a guests feel welcome, we experienced the true ALOHA spirit here and will be back next year!
daniel braun
4 months ago
I'm giving this review as someone who go some extra information from the people who work there which i do not i was there on vacation with a tour group and did not stay there but just visited for the day. Heres some facts 1 did you know that the people who designed disneyland also designed this resort. 2. that the original building used to be a mansion used to be where dignitaries stayed the stairs and dock are original as well as the roof. Now for the review this is the best place to stay on the big island i compare it to the sands in types of things to do. Everything is extra except for the pools which in my case was a good thing as it is a pay as you want to use. So your not paying extra for things you don't want to do which makes the base price very cheap for what the hotel offers. And boy does it offer everything under the sun. A huge walkable property with ocean front views Boats that you can stear including paddle boats paddle bikes canoes etc. Mother nature is right there in the salt water lagoon that has a beach. a dolphin experience the only on on the island. Pool volleyball. A mini water park There is a lava flow right next door where there is also a public white sand ocean beach (that has the bland and boring marriott) as well as catamaran charters that take you out whale/ dolphin watching which are well worth the price even if you don't see anything. And boy this place also has class once you see the property you will and i mean will be mindblown. Ps this place is also open to the public so you can do any of the things there without staying on the property. And for people who complain about parking there is a free shuttle bus that takes you from the free parking lot in the mall at the front or you could walk 6 minutes to the property. Also the person who said the thing about the luau i had the same thing happen at the Waikoloa Beach Marriott thats just the policy now and you can buy a leah for 9 bucks it really isn't a big deal
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Greg Steiger
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The resort scenery is stunning. We stayed in an ocean facing room in the lagoon tower. The resort is so big you can take a monorail to get to restaurants, pools and other areas of the resort. You can also walk or take a small boat. The one problem I had were the pools. The water was so cold, it physically hurt to get into the water past my ankles. This is a shame for such a luxurious resort. Some things have been said about the food. In my opinion the food was good and it was priced similar to the food on other parts of the island.
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Kevin Winters
a month ago
I recently stayed at this resort. I had the misfortune of getting a room in the Ocean Tower building. It was awful. They haven't remodeled or updated since 1985 - popcorn ceilings, 30 year old furniture, and cockroaches walking through the room at night. I tried to get moved over to the Lagoon Tower building which is the newer and significantly nicer building but was denied. They were at 99% capacity and there wasn't a chance of getting moved. I'm extremely agitated that I payed $2500 to stay in a 2.5 star resort for five nights. If for some reason you decide to book a room at this resort make certain you are staying in the Lagoon Tower or you will have an awful time. I will never return to this resort. Ever.
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Graeme Payne
a month ago
Outstanding. In our opinion, probably one of the best places on the west coast of the Big Island. We have stayed there two of the four time we have been to the island in the last 10 years; and one of the other times (the most recent) was a Hilton time-share property.
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Shelby Paynter
3 months ago
Great honeymoon spot! Awesome beaches around... onsite dinner options and offsite local food joints. Only downside is there is NO BEACH in the resort.