A Review of the Amenities and Entertainment Facilities at the Hilton Hawaiian Village

Enjoy a Luau at the Hilton Hawaiian Village in Oahu, Hawaii. Step away from the traditional beach side restaurants and onto the tranquil property of the Village. Enjoy the music, swaying palm trees and the cuisine of Hawaii. Choose from a variety of lunch and dinner packages that include appetizers, salads, desserts and drinks. Formal dining is available for a more formal affair.

Every night, enjoy the performances of acrobatic fire displays & aerial hula dancers performed by a troop of hula dancers from the hula club in the front of the village. For the young ones at heart, a visit to the hula club may be too exciting, so take your family on an afternoon mat session, or perhaps bring back some friends for a game of golf. If you want to entertain the children, the Hilton Hawaiian Village has a wide range of kid-friendly activities including beach volleyball and go carts. Feel like taking a trip down the zoo? You can bring your own pets – the pets are well-cared for.

The Village also offers an outdoor dining option called rooftop kia hulu. Placed on the roof of the hula center, rooftop kia hulu seats eight comfortably, and includes overhead viewing windows. With an assortment of tropical drinks and beverages served to you, along with your choice of food from an extensive menu, rooftop kia hulu is a fantastic way to end your night at the Hollywood-style resort. Bring your friends and family together with an island-wide celebration of music, dancing, food and fun.

If you have a family with young children, you can’t go wrong with a hula lesson at the open air classroom at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. The hula lesson will feature expert instruction by trained teachers who will teach your children basic hula techniques, such as turning and flying. During the lesson, they will also be given a chance to experience the serene ocean views from the classroom and eat lunch in the shade. Then, for dinner, you can sit around one of the many tableside activities, or even take a stroll through the lagoon to view whales and dolphins.

For something different but still good Hawaiian food, head to the Polynesian Kitchen, one of the favorites of local chefs. With its fresh ingredients and traditional touches, the Polynesian Kitchen offers the best dishes from Hawaii’s capital. From malasdas to socs and hauls to pork sandwiches, the Polynesian Kitchen will have your taste buds in paradise. For an even better Hawaiian feast, head to the Poi Garden, which serves some of the loveliest Polynesian foods in a unique copper pot.

Once you’re done with your Hawaiian feast, head to the Hilton Hawaiian Village for a relaxing, traditional Hawaiian gathering. Known for its beautiful landscapes, lush vegetation, and rich culture, the Hawaiian Village is like a second home to locals. On your way to the Village, you will be treated to a traditional lei party complete with hula dancers, fire dancers, leis, drums, and lots of tasty food from local chefs. You’ll also find hula lessons available in several classrooms, so you and your group of friends can learn how to hula while relaxing at the same time. At the end of the day, you can wind up having a delicious luau dinner in one of the dining rooms or in one of the open air restaurants. If you stay at the Hilton Hawaiian Village, you won’t have to travel far to enjoy some quality time with family and friends, including a traditional Hawaiian lei party complete with a hula lesson and a delicious dinner.

The Hilton Hawaiian Village isn’t all about the Hawaiian culture. In addition to the traditional Hawaiian cultural displays, you’ll find the following open air restaurants: Kona Cafe, Honua Kitchen, Aloha Nui, and Pearl Tei. All of these quaint restaurants are located near the villages of Oahu. They offer you delicious local alfresco dining along with many of the popular international and traditional Hawaiian dishes.

For those who prefer to stay closer to the water, a variety of open water activities are available at the Hilton Hawaiian Village. Swimming and snorkeling are available daily as well as jet skis and boats for rental. If you prefer to lounge in the sun, you can relax on one of the many outdoor decks or balconies that surround the lagoon. Water sports such as banana boat and sky diving are available daily. You can party the night away on one of the many bars and nightclubs located at the village. Be sure to check out the pictures from the Hollywood film studios in the area.