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To cast all your cares on the Pacific Ocean and bask under the warm Hawaiian sunshine, book a room at the Hilton Waikoloa Village Resort. Full review →
Set in extensive and beautiful grounds, this is the giant among Kohala’s resorts.
Dolphins swim in the lagoon; pint-size guests zoom down the 175-foot waterslide; a bride poses on the grand staircase; a fire-bearing runner lights the torches along the seaside path at sunset. Full review →
It’s up to you how to navigate through this 62-acre oceanfront Disneyesque golf resort, laced with fantasy pools, lagoons, and a profusion of tropical plants in between three low-rise towers. Full review →
Over the top and swanky, this 62-acre, 1,242-room resort is located about 40 minutes from the Keahole-Kona International Airport. Full review →For added value and special events, the annual Dolphin Days celebration (mid-June) is the best time to visit.
You'll either love or hate the showy, theme-park features of this megahotel. There's no natural beach, so its highlights are artificial. Full review →
The Hilton Waikoloa Village is the largest and most family-friendly resort in the Kailua-Kona area, and is often referred to as the “Disneyland“ of the Big Island. Full review →
A tram and property-encircling moat, complete with motorized longboats, help visitors and timeshare owners navigate three room towers, nine restaurants, three monstrous pools and a series of lagoons. Full review →
Courtesy of Hilton Navigate this splashy playland on Waiulua Bay via mahogany canal boat or air-conditioned tram Full review →
This oceanfront village-type property is a great resort for families, where guests travel by monorail or water tram around lush, expansive grounds.
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