Hilton Hawaiian Village Completes $21 Million Transformation of its Diamond Head Tower

hilton hawaiian village waikiki beach resortHilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort on Oahu, Hawaii, has completed a six month, $21 million renovation of its 17-story Diamond Head Tower.

The top-to-bottom transformation includes the refurbishment of all 380 guestrooms and suites, corridors and a refreshed lobby. Hilton’s Diamond Head Tower offers both views of the Pacific Ocean and resort views overlooking the village’s 22 acres of gardens.

The location provides direct access to more than 90 shops and services and 20 restaurants, lounges and bars on Hilton’s campus, as well as Duke Kahanamoku Beach, named America’s Best Beach in 2014 by Dr. Stephen P. Leatherman of Florida International University.


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“The new Diamond Head tower is one of the best values on Oahu as far as accommodations go,” said Jerry Gibson, area vice president of Hilton Hawaii, in a written release. “It’s a new product with all the amenities of Waikiki’s only true destination resort—Hilton Hawaiian Village—in one of the most desired, ocean front locations in Hawaii.” 

All 380 rooms, including eight suites and 48 junior suites, incorporate natural and indigenous-inspired textiles to convey a distinctive Hawaii sense of place in a subtle, contemporary way. Amenities include a lanai or Juliet balcony, a bar area with fridge and coffee maker, a desk, flatscreen TV with premium cable channels and PlayStation 3, and an in-room safe.       

The corridors include new carpeting, recessed, energy-efficient LED lighting and Hawaii inspired artwork. Lobby improvements include new furnishings and rugs selected in natural tones and textures to blend in with the surrounding landscape. Artwork of Diamond Head and the Waikiki lifestyle are featured throughout the open air space providing a distinct Hawaii sense of place. 

Visit www.hawaiianvillage.hilton.com

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