Hilton Waikoloa Village

50% love it
A fun playground for families.
A good place for families with kids to come play more than a quiet, relaxing escape; activities range from golf, tennis and the only interactive dolphin program on the Island. Not a place to experience "true" Native culture, rather, a fun playground for adults and kids alike.
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    • aleksamanila
      aleksamanila Over a year ago
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      a little too vegas

    • YourPalPete
      YourPalPete Over a year ago
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      Big Island Mega-Resort
      This mega-resort on the Kohala Coast of The Big Island is spread out on more than 60 acres of ocean-front property and has over 1,200 rooms. Transportation to your room from the open-air hotel lobby is provided by monorails or canal boats. You can browse a small art gallery featuring Hawaiian artists. There are several dining options, all of which are fairly expensive. The three swimming pools have the usual mega-resort artificial waterfalls and water slides. In addition, there is a man-made salt water lagoon, complete with a sandy beach, for swimming and snorkeling. For an additional fee, you can participate in a dolphin encounter right on the property. This resort provides an interesting and fun fantasy resort experience, as opposed to an authentic Hawaiian experience.