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Hilton Hawaiian Village Towers

The Hilton Hawaiian Village Resort is considered a village hotel because it consists of six different towers that each feel like a separate hotel. Each tower has its own restaurants and two of them even have their own private swimming pools. The villages are the Alii tower, the Rainbow Tower, the Kalia Tower, the Tapa Tower, the Diamond Head Tower, and the Lagoon Tower.

Alii Tower (most luxurious accommodations)
The luxurious Alii Tower is located on Waikiki Beach has its own private swimming pool and fitness center. Complimentary hors d'oeuvres are served on the Oceanview Terrace every evening from 5 to 9 pm and a low cost continental breakfast is served daily from 7 to 10 am. Rooms have maid service three times a day.

Diamond Head Tower
The Diamond Head Tower is located between the Alii Tower and the Tapa Tower, near the Tapa Pool and the Village Green. There is a 24-hour Xerox Business Center on the first floor of the Tapa Tower with Internet access, office equipment rental, and shipping services.

Kalia Tower (has Mandara Spa and Fitness Center)
The Mandara Spa and Fitness Center, the Ola Pono Spa Cafe, the Niumalu Cafe and Bar, and the Kalia Executive Conference Center are all located in the Kalia Tower. The Lanikai Executive Lounge is available to guests staying in the executive rooms on the top four floors. The Kalia Tower is the newest tower at the Hilton Hawaiian Village Resort. Some of the units in the Kalia Tower are included in the Hilton Grand Vacations Club timeshare inventory.

Lagoon Tower (mostly timeshare, no HHV Web page)
The Lagoon Tower is located next to the Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon and the Lagoon Green. This tower has one and two bedroom condominiums with full kitchen. The Lagoon Tower also has its own pool, for the exclusive use of tower guests. Some of the units in the Lagoon Tower are included in the Hilton Grand Vacations Club timeshare inventory.

Rainbow Tower (lagoon and beachfront)
The Rainbow Tower, with its beautiful rainbow mosaic on two sides, is the signature tower of the Hilton Hawaiian Village Resort. The mosaic on the tower is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as having two of the tallest mosaics in the world. The tower sits between Waikiki Beach and the Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon and it is very close to the Super Pool and the main hotel lobby. Restaurants in the Rainbow Tower include Bali by the Sea, the Golden Dragon, and the Rainbow Lanai.

Tapa Tower (has 2nd floor conference center)
The Tapa Tower is a favorite of business travelers because the Tapa Conference Center is located on the second floor. That center includes the Tapa Ballroom, the Palace Lounge, the Iolani Suites, and the Honolulu Suites. The Tapa Pool is located between this tower and the diamond Head Tower, and it is open to all Hilton Hawaiian Village guests until 10:00 pm.

Grand Waikikian Tower (timeshare)
Construction began on the 7th Hilton Hawaiian Village tower began June 15, 2006 and the tower was completed in late 2008 or early 2009. The Grand Waikikian Tower is located on the former sites of the budget priced Waikikian Hotel and the popular Tahitian Lanai Restaurant. The building has more then 300 one and two bedroom timeshare condominiums on 34 floors, plus four floors of retail, restaurant, and office space. of tower guests. Some or all of the units in the Lagoon Tower are included in the Hilton Grand Vacations Club timeshare inventory.

See also:
- Introduction to the Hilton Hawaiian Village
- Timeline of the Hilton Hawaiian Village
- History of the Hilton Hawaiian Village
- All Lodging on Oahu
- Top 10 Largest Hotels in Hawaii



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