Hilton Waikoloa Village

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Waikoloa, HI Hotel
Hilton Hotels
Total meeting space11,148 sq. m
Guest rooms647
69-425 Waikoloa Beach Drive
Waikoloa, HI 96738




Meetings & Conventions Gold Key Award Elite: 2013 Meetings Focus West Magazine – Best of the West Winner: 2011, 2013 Successful Meetings Pinnacle Award – Hotels & Resorts: 2011, 2014


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services
  • Internet access


  • Onsite restaurant

Business services

  • Business center

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool
  • Tennis courts
  • Whirlpool

Photo Gallery


Meeting Space

Total meeting space11,148 sq. m
Meeting rooms28
Largest room8,314 sq. m
Second largest room6,526 sq. m

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms647
Double (2 beds)372


Local Attractions

Akaka Falls

68 mi. away
The trail to Akaka falls is a wonder of bamboo and flowers, including large red ginger stalks. Thunderous Akaka has a smaller neighbor, Kahuna Falls, which is also visible on the loop trail. Within Akaka Falls State Park. Follow the signs through the plantation town of Honomu on the Hamakua Coast. Photo Credit: Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Tor Johnson

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

This is the Big Island's number-one attraction as well as an international center for the study of volcanism. Always popular, the park can overflow with visitors when volcanic flows from Kilauea, the world's most active volcano, erupting continuously since 1983, come within a short hike of the road. The park is a spectacular showcase of millions of years of volcanic activity - with steaming vents, craters, cinder cones, hardened fields of lava, lava tubes (caves), "tree molds" embedded in hardened lava, and on some days, towering clouds of steam where lava flows into the ocean. Photo Credit: Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Tor Johnson

Kona Historical Museum

36 mi. away
An overview exhibit highlighting the history and culture of the Kona District, including a detailed history of Kona coffee. In Kealakekua on Highway 11.
81-6551 Mamalahoa Highway
Kealakekua, HI, US 96750-8133

Hilo Bay

Hilo Bay is a popular site for the traditional Hawaiian sport of canoe racing. Fronting downtown Hilo and near Banyan Drive.

Hamakua Coast

35 mi. away
The fertile and green Hamakua Coast stretches the length of Mamalahoa Highway from Hilo northwest to Waipio, the "Valley of the Kings". Waipio's natural wonders include many waterfalls cascading down over 1,000 foot cliffs. Photo Credit: Hawaii's Big Island Visitor Bureau (BIVB)

Hilo Town

The Big Island's county seat and commercial center. The downtown district has been renovated over the last few years and is now a nice mix of local businesses, historic buildings, and shops catering mostly to visitors. Hilo is on the east coast of the Big Island and may also be reached by direct flights to Hilo International Airport.

Hapuna Beach State Park

A diamond in the rough of the surrounding lava, Hapuna's white sands have earned it a reputation as one of Hawaii's finest beaches. In fact, it has been rated as the top beach in the United States.

Honaunau Beach

This short stretch on an otherwise lava-covered coast has an offshore reef with fantastic snorkeling. The easiest way in and out of the ocean here is the nearby boat ramp. The beach is within the Pu'uhonua O Honaunau ("Place of Refuge" ). National Historical Park south of Kealakekua Bay in the Kona District.

Distance from airport

  • 27.36 km from venue


Nestled among swaying palms and white sand beaches and overlooking the glistening blue Waiulua Bay lies the award-winning Hilton Waikoloa Village on the sunny Kohala Coast of Hawaii's Big Island. A resort like no other, Hilton Waikoloa Village is a destination in itself. This oceanfront oasis blends exceptional resort accommodations with classic Hawaiian hospitality and Aloha Spirit. With the luxury of being oceanfront, the choices are abundant for exciting venues and memorable events.