Hawaii is widely considered one of the best vacation destinations in the world, and it’s easy to see why. From its gorgeous beaches and clear waters to its picturesque hiking trails and imposing volcanoes, the eight major islands of Hawaii have plenty to enjoy. Planning a trip to Hawaii comes with a lot of questions to answer. What island should I visit? What attractions should we see? Fortunately, we’re here to help you answer one of those questions: “where should I stay?” Hilton Hawaiian vacation rentals offer plenty of amenities to make your trip as comfortable as possible without breaking the bank. Today, we’ll be taking you through some of the best resorts Hilton Grand Vacation has to offer.
An Overview of Great Hilton Hawaiian Vacation Rentals
- Hilton Grand Vacations Club at the Grand Waikikian
- Maui Bay Villas
- Hilton Grand Vacations Club Waikoloa Beach Resort
- Kalia Tower
Hilton Grand Vacations Club at the Grand Waikikian
Located in Hawaii’s capital of Honolulu, the Hilton Grand Vacations Club at the Grand Waikikian gives you easy access to Hawaii’s main gateway to the world. This Hilton Hawaiian vacation rental features both a business and fitness center, as well as an outdoor pool. For on-site dining, the resort boasts a New York Style Deli, Japanese cuisine, a steakhouse, pizza, and a bar and grill. As for accommodations, guests can relax in a one, two, or three-bedroom suite. The one-bedroom suite comes with a king-sized bed and queen-sized sofa bed. Overall, it can accommodate up to four guests. Next, the two-bedroom suite features either two king-sized beds or one king-sized bed and two double beds. A queen-sized sleeper sofa rounds out this suite to house six guests. Lastly, the three-bedroom suite boasts two king-sized beds, two double beds, and a queen-sized sleeper sofa to hold up to eight guests.
Just a short walk from this family-friendly resort in Hawaii is Kahanamoku Beach. The beach is named after Duke Paoa Kahanamoku, the man known as the father of modern surfing. If you try to catch some waves at this beach, you’ll see why! The beach is known for its great surfing and paddle boarding, so it’s a must-see for anyone who loves the water. When you’re ready to get your feet out of the sand, visit the Honolulu Museum of Art. The museum has a rotating selection of exhibits from both Hawaii and the rest of the world, so no two visits are exactly the same. There are also seasonal events you can enjoy that range from performances to lectures. Overall, a trip to the museum is a great way to learn more about Hawaii’s rich art history.
Maui Bay Villas
Maui Bay Villas is Hilton’s first property on Maui and the tenth HGVC timeshare location in all of Hawaii. This Hilton Hawaiian vacation rental has a resort-style pool, a sun deck that overlooks Maalaea Bay, and a fitness center. After an exciting day on the island of Maui, guests can relax in spacious one and two-bedroom suites. The one-bedroom suite offers a king-sized bed or two double beds along with a sofa bed. Overall, this suite can accommodate up to four guests. Meanwhile, the two-bedroom suite features a king-sized bed and two full-size beds to house up to six guests. As a bonus, both suites come with an open lanai area and balcony so you can take in the view of the gorgeous Maalaea Bay.
Maui Bay Villas is located on the southwest shores of Kihei. Kihei stretches across six miles and boasts some of the island’s most beautiful beaches. Kihei’s Kalama Beach Park is also the go-to beach for surfing, snorkeling, beach volleyball, and even a roller-skating rink. There are also baseball fields and a playground for the little ones. For those that want to take in the beautiful nature and unique wildlife of Hawaii, the Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge on the north side of Kihei is also worth a visit. Kealia is a sanctuary for many species that are native and endemic to the Hawaiian Islands. In particular, this wetland refuge is home to the endangered Hawaiian Stilt and Hawaiian coot. Winter brings over 30 species of waterfowl, shorebirds, and migratory ducks. As a result, this pond is a fantastic site for birdwatching.
Hilton Grand Vacations Club Waikoloa Beach Resort
Superbly positioned on the sunny Kohala Coast of the island of Hawaii, the Waikoloa Beach Resort provides a relaxing haven for your vacation on the Big Island. As far as Hilton Hawaiian vacation rentals go, this one offers an enormous variety of amenities. In fact, there are ten stores guests have access to with goods that range from fashion to specialty gifts. Golf lovers will also be happy to know that the Waikoloa beach resort boasts three nine-hole golf courses to enjoy. Nine restaurants are also scattered throughout the resort with a variety of foods available. Traditional Hawaiian, Italian, Mexican, Burgers, and more are available to satisfy any eater’s taste buds. Guests here have their choice of two or three-bedroom suites. The two-bedroom suites offer two king-sized beds and a queen-sized sleeper sofa, while the three-bedroom suites add an additional king-sized bed.
Sprawling over 4,000 square miles, the Big Island is the largest of the Hawaiian islands. With so much to see in a small amount of time, you might be wondering how you can take in as many of its beautiful sights as quickly as possible. Why not try a helicopter tour? Blue Hawaiian helicopter tours will take you over cascading waterfalls, lush rainforests, and Kilauea, the world’s most active volcano. These tours give you a bird’s-eye view of the island’s most gorgeous attractions. For something a bit more down-to-earth, there are several petroglyphs scattered throughout Waikoloa. These petroglyphs are thought to be astronomical symbols, travel markers, or commemorations of historic events. If you’d like to see these artistic pieces of Hawaiian history, try a guided tour that will take you down a marked petroglyph trail so you can see them all.
Hilton Grand Vacations Club at the Kalia Tower
Another Honolulu resort, the Hilton Grand Vacations Club, occupies floors 12-18 of the stately Kalia Tower. The resort is home to the Mandara Spa, allowing guests to unwind with a variety of treatments designed for invigoration and renewal. Staying at this Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki beach resort gives you access to a variety of dining options. From grab-and-go offerings to dine-in experiences, there’s plenty to enjoy amongst the resort’s ten dining options. You’ll be able to enjoy a taste of the island without ever having to leave. Luxurious studios and one-bedroom suites are here to welcome you when you’re ready to relax. The studios feature a king-sized bed and balcony to give you a great view of the beach. Overall, they accommodate two guests. The one-bedroom suites have either a king-sized bed or two double beds. These suites also include a queen-sized sleeper sofa to accommodate four guests.
Anyone who enjoys marine biology should be sure to visit the Waikiki Aquarium. Located just three miles from Kalia Tower, this aquarium is actually the second oldest that is still operating in the U.S. Here, visitors can see giant clams, sea dragons, Hawaiian monk seals, and even a coral form. Haven’t had your fill of the animals? Then check out the Honolulu Zoo. The zoo is home to cockatiels, giant salamanders, and spider monkeys. There are also twilight tours after the zoo’s normal hours to give visitors an even more detailed learning experience about some of the animals there.
Check out Timeshares at These Hilton Hawaiian Vacation Rentals
From Honolulu to Maui, there are plenty of things to do and see across Hawaii’s eight islands. No matter which island you choose to spend your vacation at, a Hilton Hawaiian vacation rental is sure to give you a great experience. If you’d like to take the plunge and visit the islands, consider renting a timeshare there. Renting is a great way to save money while still enjoying everything your chosen resort has to offer. If you’d like to get started, feel free to check out our marketplace of Hawaii rentals. Still, have questions? Feel free to give us a call at 1-800-610-2734 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.