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Hilton Hawaiian Village: The All-Inclusive Family Resort on The Best Part of Waikiki Beach

Hawaii is a vacation destination visited by 10 million people a year. Its stunning beaches, national parks, rainforests, blend of East and West cultures, warm weather, and even warmer Aloha spirit draws people from around the world.

In that case, one award-winning resort is regularly recommended by experts and travelers alike. It’s the Hilton Hawaiian Village.

Hilton Hawaiian Village Checks all the Boxes

When traveling to Hawaii, perhaps for the first time, you’re looking for a hotel with it all. In a place where land is hard to come by, the Hilton Hawaiian Village sits across 22 prime acres on Waikiki Beach.

It’s on the widest stretch of sand yet is steps away from downtown restaurants and shops, including Ala Moana mall, the largest open-air shopping center in the world.

Travelers forget they’re right in the heart of the city with acres of manicured gardens, waterfalls, tropical flowers, five pools, and Waikiki’s longest waterslide.

It’s Not Just Iconic; It’s a Special, Historical Place

Aside from being adored by guests, it’s also a place of historical significance and pop-culture milestones.

Guests can order the iconic Blue Hawaii cocktail, invented at the resort in 1957 by legendary bartender Harry Yee. It’s only fitting that four years later, Elvis filmed the famous movie of the same name at The Hilton Hawaiian Village.

The resort has been featured in many television shows and movies, almost always showcasing Hilton Hawaiian Village's famed Rainbow Tower, which first opened in 1968.

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