Hilton Waikiki Beach

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Phone (808) 922-0811
Address 2500 Kuhio Ave, Honolulu, HI 96815
A very nice Hilton property with a decent location in Waikiki, even if it isn't right on the beach.

• Building: High Rise • Building: Hotel • Building: Lanai / Balcony • Property: Business Center • Property: Dining On Site
• Property: Fitness Room • Recreation: Hot Tub • Recreation: Pool • Internet: Extra Fee • Internet: Free In Lobby
• Parking: Paid Valet

The Hilton Waikiki Beach hotel is located in line with Kuhio Beach Park @ Waikiki but is set back a couple of blocks on Kuhio Avenue (NOTE: This hotel is not the same as the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort). The hotel website will claim that it's one block from Waikiki Beach, which is technically true, but it's a really long block and is in reality is two blocks without a street running through to divide it up. By no means is that a deal breaker though, it has a pretty good location.

The hotel includes some onsite dining and drinks options which include the Mac 24/7 restaurant (and it's associated "to-go" quick serve option), a lobby bar, in room dining, and the Hang 10 Pool Bar. So, yes, this hotel does have a heated outdoor pool and hot tub, which is always a plus, located on the 10th floor.

This high rise hotel has 601 guestrooms that have been newly renovated and upgraded and all have a lanai. They do have executive (club level) floors with upgraded amenities and a concierge lounge as well. Wifi in public areas is free, but will run you about $10/day in your room.

The rooms here look nice, as you would expect from a Hilton property. The smallest (deluxe) rooms around about 300 sq ft, so not huge but not as small as some of the options you can find in Waikiki. The executive rooms are the same size but start on the 8th floor, so they potentially have better views. Suites range from 900-1200 sq ft (and up if you want the Presidential Suite) and look like a good time if you can afford it.

Your parking option is valet and it will run you $25.00 per day, ouch, but there is no resort fee here at least.