Hilton’s Latest Hawaii Hotel Happenings

Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort. // Photo courtesy of the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort

Travel Agent breaks down the latest offerings from Hilton's hotels located throughout the Hawaiian Islands, including a destination-wide package combining guest rooms, free breakfast and discounts on local experiences.

Hilton’s “Stay & Play” Deal

Hilton Hawaii’s “Stay & Play” deals begins with rooms starting at $199 per night, and travelers can select from a host of Hilton resorts and hotels across the Hawaiian Islands, including the flagship Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort in Waikiki, the Grand Wailea, A Waldorf Astoria Resort on Maui and the Hilton Garden Inn Kauai Wailua Bay.

Stay & Play guests receive free breakfast for the duration of their stay at a select on-property dining outlet, then travelers can embark on an adventure using exclusive discounts on top local activities. 

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Guests can see famous movie sites at Kualoa Private Nature Reserve, wander the wilds of Hawaii with Hawaii Jeep & Specialty Tours and embark on a snorkeling excursion or take part in a sunset sail with Trilogy. The package is available to book now through December 22 and is valid for stays from June 1 to Dec. 22.

The Stay & Play package is subject to availability at participating hotels in Hawaii within the Hilton portfolio. The offer requires a three-night minimum length of stay. For more information and to book the Stay & Play package, click here

What’s New at Hilton Hawaii 

Active guests heading to Oahu may want to check out DoubleTree by Hilton Alana – Waikiki Beach's numerous hiking trails through its Hiking Hawaii Cafe. With Hiking Hawaii Cafe located in the hotel’s lower lobby, adventurers can experience unique moments like whale watching atop the Makapuu Light House trail overlooking the Pacific Ocean, or embarking on a waterfall hike through forests along the Manoa Falls Trail. 

Offering views of the reef-lined Hilo Bay on Hawaii Island, Hula Hula’s at Grand Naniloa Hotel, a Double Tree by Hilton offers a variety of dining spaces and a menu that highlights local ingredients. The hotel recently took over management of the restaurant, and guests can expect a refreshed menu in the near future that continues to highlight local catch, produce and ranching. 

Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort repositioned one of its signature bars as Hau Tree Cantina. The updated menu creates a beachside dining experience featuring a variety of craft margaritas and mojitos alongside fresh Mexican fare with a Hawaii twist. Lunch options include fresh catch tacos, enchilada salsa verde, and a cantina salad with fresh local greens, while dinner showcases dishes like pan seared fresh catch with salsa Playera de Lujo, carne asada, and chipotle mojo sauteed jumbo shrimp

Embassy Suites by Hilton - Waikiki Beach Walk is now offering Premium Suites, a newly-created category of accommodations featuring ocean views and enhanced amenities. A solid fit for families, romantic escapes or group getaways with friends, the Premium Suites are located in the resort’s prime corner units that offer a lanai (balcony) with ocean views and include an assortment of non-alcoholic beverages, local snacks and K-cup coffee selections that are replenished daily. 

The resort’s Premium Suites feature spacious accommodations designed and furnished to encapsulate Hawaii’s unique sense of place and inspired by the Native Hawaiian art of kapa, a finely handcrafted traditional Hawaiian fabric stamped with intricate geometric prints.

Hilton Waikiki Beach on Kuhio is now offerings a new Virtual Reality Tour (VRT). According to a Hilton news release, it is the first hotel in Hawaii to offer a stand-alone virtual reality experience as a mobile application and gives guests the advantage of viewing an accurate impression of the arrival experience in the lobby, guest rooms, restaurants, bars, lounges, rooftop pool, gardens and event spaces.

It also offers advanced options for booking a reservation. By clicking on “hot spots” travelers can view a video that lets them envision various experiences. 

Visit www.hiltonhawaii.com

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