About Ocean Tower at Hilton Waikoloa Village
The Ocean Tower at Hilton Waikoloa Village is a family-friendly resort less than one mile from beautiful Waikoloa Beach.
Guests may choose between rooms and suites established in three low-rise towers, all of which include one king or two double beds, air-conditioning, island-inspired décor, flat-screen TVs and scenic views of the ocean or the resort. The elegant MAKAI rooms feature upgraded interior designs, personalized service and priority reservations. The Suites are even more spacious with additional living spaces and separate bedrooms.
The hotel boasts a spa, three pools and hot tubs, a gym, valet parking, a business center and several boutique shops.
Guests may dine at KPC, Imari, Lagoon Grill, Big Island Breakfast, Boat Landing Cantina, Orchid Marketplace, Dona & Toni’s Pizza, Malolo Lounge, Shaka Cones and Waikoloa Coffee.
The Hilton Waikoloa Village is within walking distance of Dolphin Quest, Kings Shops, Genesis Gallery and Seaside Putting Course.
Guests appreciated the many different activities you can engage in, since the hotel has three pools, a small lagoon area with a sandy beach ideal for children, several tennis courts and golf courses. You can also pamper yourself at the on-site salon, the spa, or shop at the boutique.
Some newly renovated rooms.
Guests having stayed in the newly renovated Ocean Tower rooms pointed out that they were quite pleased with the new furniture pieces, carpets and curtains, which made the rooms appear bright and fresh.
According to guests, the entire hotel grounds are well maintained and beautifully landscaped, offering a glimpse of serenity and true Hawaiian nature.
Be prepared to walk
With the property being so large, guests noted that when staying in the Ocean Tower it may take up to 15 minutes to reach the lobby. They also added that there aren't enough elevators in the hotel to accommodate all guests, so waiting a long time for a ride might actually be less desirable than simply taking the stairs if you're willing and able.
Guests pointed out that the property is huge and houses over 1,200 rooms, which leads to a lot of people trying to check in or out and sharing the amenities and restaurants. If you're looking for a quiet, idyllic vacation you may want to consider this.
A bit expensive
Between the various fees assessed for water sports, tennis, and gym classes, valet service and Wi-Fi as well as the rather pricey meals being served in the restaurants, guests found the hotel to be more expensive than comparable ones on the island.