Saturday, 28 June 2014

Hilton Waikoloa Village


This post will contains mostly photos around the resort and its facility. The resort is really big and it's really beautiful too. I don't regret staying there :)

The resort has 3 towers for the guests to stay : Lagoon Tower, Palace Tower, and Ocean Tower. I was staying at the Lagoon Tower, near Kamehameha Court, where they held the Legend of Hawai'i Lu'au.

Lagoon Tower : 6 floors in total, located near the Kona Pool, KPC restaurant, Kamehameha Court, and The Dolphin Pool.

REAL Flamingos on display (^-^)/ located near the tower.

Palace Tower : has a beautiful garden inside (fountain + statues in the center of it), located near the  ballroom where they held breakfast, located near the Imari Japanese Restaurant, Dona&Toni Pizza, Kirin Chinese Restaurant, Chapel and wedding Gazebo.

Ocean Tower : The place where all the boats land, the Boat Landing Cantina Restaurant is located here.

Anyway, since the resort is big, they have two trams and two boats available to carry you around the resort and they're free to use. The boat and the tram stop at every tower, the lobby and the Grand Promenade.

The Kona Pool : It's a big pool located near the Lagoon Tower. It has a water slide, a canyon, and a keiki pool (a shallow pool that's made to look like a shore. The kids play here). Kona Pool is decorated with bridges too and there are 3 hot tubs available. There are some gazebos used for massages near the pool.

The Dolphin Pool : Located in the middle of the resort, near the kona pool. It has about 8 dolphins and a souvenir shop located there. You can interact and take pictures with the dolphin but you have to spend certain amount of money. And the amount is quite big. There's also a shark pond beside the Dolphin Pool. I don't really know how many sharks they have but I only saw like 2 baby sharks swimming around. The Lagoon Grill is located right beside the Dolphin Pool.

The baby shark ↓↓↓

The Lagoon The water is undoubtedly salty and you can see sea turtles or fishes swimming right beside you at the lagoon. There's a waterfall included and you can do some kayaking, snorkeling, and other stuff like that. The lagoon is pretty big so it will never get too crowded in here.

Inside the waterfal ↓↓↓



Kamehameha Court is a place used for the Lu'au performance. 

The beach here has black sand from the volcano and the one in this resort is not sandy at all. Instead of sand, there are some big big rocks so people have to be careful when walking in this beach because some of the rocks are sharp.


The beautiful beach in Waikoloa (^o^)

My sister. Look at her happy face! Hahaha (^.^)

The water is crystal clear (・ω・)/



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