Ideally located in the heart of Waikiki, Hilton Waikiki Beach is just one block from the ocean. With Leahi (Diamond Head) as a stunning backdrop, this contemporary Waikiki hotel offers a true Hawaiian paradise. Find rooms and suites with gorgeous views of the surroundings, resort-style amenities and delicious dining options available anytime of the day.
We’re not just the top hotel in Hawaii, but we are literally the best in the brand. For two consecutive years, Hilton Waikiki Beach has been ranked #1 in the Americas for guest satisfaction and loyalty scores amongst all Hilton-brand hotels with more than 500 rooms in North and South America. That’s quite a feat and a demonstration of our commitment to providing the highest level of quality and best service. We’re boutique in style and service but with all the resort amenities.
Full panoramic ocean views from most of our guestrooms! We’re just one block from Waikiki’s beaches, ocean activities, shopping, dining, and entertainment. Walk to the International Market Place, Honolulu Zoo, Waikiki Aquarium and nearby parks. Close enough to all the excitement but tucked-in just enough to enjoy quiet, peace and relaxation when you want.
“Best Gourmet Comfort Food,” “Best Eatery,” and “Best Breakfast” are just some of the local and visitor awards that we continue to win! Open and offering our entire breakfast, lunch and dinner menus, our restaurant M.A.C. 24/7 Restaurant and Bar is the place to satisfy your hunger. Lobster mac-and-cheese benedict, beef-braised loco moco, fried chicken waffles and pancakes for dessert, that’s our specialty!
Hilton Waikiki Beach on Kuhio stands on a section of Prince Kuhio Kalaniana‘ole Pi’ikoi’s former home. In respect to Prince Kuhio’s legacy, and the nature and culture of Hawaii, on the southwest corner of the hotel’s lobby is the “Prince Kuhio Room” with historical photographs, manuscripts, and relics including feather lei worn by royalty and koa-made implements. You’ll find throughout the interior and exterior design of the Hotel an artistic form of the Prince Kuhio vine. Each year, we celebrate his memory on Prince Kuhio Day.
We give 100% effort in giving back to our community and work to preserve the natural resources that sustain us. Examples of our sustainable programs include but are not limited to practicing and using energy-efficient supplies and equipment; sourcing locally as much as possible; recycling leftover food from our restaurants to a local pig farm and cooking oil/grease to biodiesel for renewable energy conversion; donating toiletries, linen, furniture, and electronics to schools and shelters; recycling program for our plastics, glass, cardboard, and aluminum; and of course, volunteer clean-ups of local parks and beaches.