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Waikoloa Beach Drive, Waikoloa, Island of Hawaii, HI
We actually stayed at the Hilton Bay Club which is a timeshare unit that's part of the Waikoloa Beach Resort. We were very pleased with the unit even though you could hear the footsteps of the people above us, otherwise, the rest of the unit...More
I have stayed at the Waikoloa Beach Resort a few times for vacations. The resort is large, but easy to get around with the boats and trains which transport guests all around. With all the restaurant and shops, you do not need to leave the...More
Wonderful for kids (of most ages), and Dolphin Quest is not to be missed (unless you've failed to make reservations). The pools and slides are really fun, but ocean swimming is in the seemingly man-made lagoon only, which is still quite nice. Not the most...More
Awesome resort, biggest pool I have ever seen and end of August was not at all crowded as Im guessing most families had the kids back in school.
The natural lagoon was great for snorkeling, lots of fish and 1 morning i counted 6 different...More
It was wonderful to stay in condo I-2 at Waikoloa Beach Villas. We have rented other vacation homes in the past and our experience here was superb. It is spacious, clean, and well decorated. The Hawaiian/Polynesian art inspired me to purchase similar items at the...More
We stayed at Fairway Villas N34, close to the inland lake. The place is great with an infinity pool. The public beach is also great, you can do snorkeling in front of Lava Lava beach club's villas. The beach and parking is free, the sea...More
We stayed at a private condo, Halii Kai. Nice complex, on the ocean, but w/o access to the beach, unless you drive to "A" Bay. We didn't care too much for A bay, so we traveled to various beaches in our area of the island....More
It's a lovely place to be around. I like Hawaii island because it's not crowded like in Oahu or Maui, which I hear is getting more people recently. Hilton hotels have their shuttles running, and if you stay in one hilton hotel I think you...More
The resort is wonderful for families and folks that like a tourist's view of Hawaii. We stayed there 4 days and found the grounds spectacular, the pools amazing and the overall atmosphere relaxing. It is, however, a five star hotel and you will pay more...More
This Hilton has been around since the 1980's and it shows. The rooms are sub -par. They need a major remodeling, yet the price is what you expect from a Hilton. The resort has Dolpin Quest, and that makes it special alone. Prices are high,...More