Hilton Hawaiian Village Special

(PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL INFORMATION LISTED HERE IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.)

RESERVATIONS

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Hilton Hawaiian Village is currently accepting reservations from September 1, 2020. This date may change as the situation in Hawaii develops. Feel free to book a future stay, since all reservations booked by August 31, 2020 are covered by Hilton's flexible booking policy for peace of mind.


GOVERNOR OF HAWAII ANNOUNCES TENTATIVE TOURISM RE-OPENING DATE AS SEPT 1, 2020 Please click here to see current media coverage of the announcement. 

IMPORTANT NOTE: All travelers entering Hawaii will be subject to the mandatory 14-day quarantine until the tentative date of September 1, 2020, at which time the situation in Hawaii will be assessed and new protocols set up. Taking a COVID-19 test will not allow anyone who is traveling from out-of-state to bypass the quarantine.

 


VIRTUAL TOUR OF HILTON HAWAIIAN VILLAGE

We look forward to welcoming you to our corner of paradise.

Click into our Virtual Tour and explore our beachfront resort through our video and website links. You will discover why our location on the widest stretch of beach in Waikiki makes us a coveted destination for all travelers to Hawaii. We look forward to sharing our Aloha with you again soon.

 

TEMPORARY SUSPENSION OF OPERATIONS

As a result of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the hospitality industry experienced an impact to business that required our hotel to temporarily suspend operations on  Monday, April 13, 2020. We are committed to fully restoring operations and look forward to welcoming you again as travel to Hawaii rebounds. We apologize for any inconvenience and appreciate your understanding during this time.


Governor of Hawaii Announces Tentative Tourism Open Date as Sept 1 2020 Important Note: All travelers entering Hawaii will be subject to the mandatory 14-day quarantine until September 1st. Taking a COVID-19 test will not allow anyone who is traveling from out-of-state to bypass the quarantine.

Governor of Hawaii Orders Self-Quarantine of All Travelers to Hawaii.

Current COVID19 Situation in Hawaii

Current State of Hawaii Travel Advisories

Inter-island Travel Declaration 

Printable Inter-island Travel Declaration Form


OAHU BEACHES ARE OPEN: For updated information regarding beaches, parks and other entities for the state of Hawaii, please click here 

ALL RESORT POOLS CLOSED beginning Monday, March 23, 2020 due to restrictions placed on businesses during the COVID-19 outbreak.

BUSINESS CENTER AND POST OFFICE WILL REMAIN OPEN

  • Xerox Business Center and U.S. Post Office is Open in Diamond Head Tower: Monday-Saturday 6am-10pm; Sunday 7am-5pm 

 

The following stores have temporarily suspended operations until further notice:

Anuenue Gift Shop, Louis Vuitton, SoHa, Honolulu Cookie Company, Island Pearls, Tori Richard, Kona Mountain Coffee, Martin & MacArthur, Maui Divers, Crazy Shirts, Aloha Ukulele, Aloha Bella, Aloha Coconuts, Angels By The Sea, Blue Ginger, Boutique Sharon, Crazy Fish, Harley Davidson, Hi Trend Luxury Eyewear, Honolua Surf, Kariza in Alii and Rainbow Bazaar, Making Waves, Maui Clothing, Maxim Jewelry, Moana Quilts in Alii and Tapa Concourse, Milana Spinner Cart, Na Hoku Jewelry, Olukai, Pacific Harley Davidson, Poseidon Jewelry, Royal Fish, Shoe Emporium, Tropical Wear, Volcom  

 


ACTIVITIES & SERVICES

The following operations and activities have been temporarily suspended until further notice:

  • Waikiki Starlight Luau, Resort Pools closed from March 23, 2020 until further notice, Mandara Spa and Fitness Center, Valet Parking is suspended. Self-Parking is available, Speedi Shuttle Transportation Services from March 25, 2020, Friday Night Fireworks, Atlantis Submarine, Port Waikiki Catamaran Rides. Camp Penguin Children’s Program, Rockin’ Hawaiian Rainbow Revue, Stand-Up Paddleboard Yoga, Leon of Copenhagen Barber Shop. Waikiki Beach Activities
  • Straub Doctors On Call —  If you are in need of medical assistance please call (808) 971-6000 for a shuttle to take you to their nearest location

For updated information about ongoing activities in the state of Hawaii, please click here