Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort Rebrands Its Ali’i Tower

The Ali‘i, an upscale, boutique hotel located within the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort, recently opened its doors on Oahu.  

Formerly the Ali‘i Tower, the boutique hotel has been rebranded and refreshed with upgraded amenities and exclusive experiences.

Guests are welcomed at an exclusive front desk in The Ali‘i’s private lobby. Upon check in, each client is given a leather bracelet allowing them recognition and special privileges throughout the resort, such as priority seating at many of the Village’s signature restaurants. The private lobby offers The Ali‘i Library - a place to relax, work, access Wi-Fi or print boarding passes.


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From the tower’s private pool terrace, guests are treated to views of the Pacific Ocean. Guests can also access the exclusive fitness center, massage treatment rooms, enhanced pool services and whirlpool. 

Furthermore, guests will find their favorite cocktails at the MIXBAR as well as an expanded bar menu. This is a great place to watch the Waikiki sunsets.

Each guest of The Ali‘i will have access to upgraded Anuenue amenities from Lather, including Hawaiian-inspired coconut papaya hair care lotions, body lotions and bath gel; an Ali‘i Yukata bathrobe, and a host of amenities including a Keurig Coffee Maker and Kona Coffee K-cups. 

Visit www.hiltonhawaiianvillage.com

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