HGV Owner’s Guide: The Hilton Grand Vacations Hawaii Collection
September 5th 2019 Posted by: SellMyTimeshareNow SMTN Category: For Owners, Resorts

All You Need to Know About Hilton Grand Vacations Club in Hawaii

Hilton Grand Vacations Club is one of the top timeshare brands in the world with resorts in multiple properties around the globe. Its HGVC points and affiliation with RCI allow owners to exchange internally and externally, and one of the most popular places for owners to visit is beautiful Hawaii. Not only was HGV recently named a Top Company in Hawaii by Hawaii Business Magazine, but there are also a number of Hilton Grand Vacations Club Hawaii resorts to choose from with all of the amenities and accommodations you could ever need.

Hawaii Hilton Grand Vacations Club Resorts

If your idea of a luxury vacation is having quick access to all of your favorite resort features and also staying in on one of the most beauitful islands, you’ll want to check out these properties:

Common Accommodations & Amenities

Many of these properties offer one-, two-, and three-bedroom suites with amazing views of Hawaii’s mountains, beaches, golf courses, the resort itself, and more. These suites usually have decor inspired by their natural surroundings and often come equipped with unmatched features like full kitchens, living and dining areas, in-unit washers and dryers, various bedding options, and private balconies. If the suites available weren’t enough, Hilton is known for having unparalleled on-site amenities and guests at these Hawaii resorts can usually expect:

  • Direct beach access or beaches within walking distance
  • Restaurants and bars
  • Fitness centers
  • Pools and hot tubs
  • Live entertainment
  • Sports courts
  • Playgrounds
  • Wheelchair accessiblity

Area Attractions

Honolulu is located on the southeast coast of O’ahu and is the capital of Hawaii. Aside from the miles of beaches that visitors spend the majority of their time enjoying, there are plenty of other outdoor activities to consider. Pearl Harbor National Museum is educational and enlightening as guests an learn more about the USS Arizona and what this historic attack meant for the United States, Hanauma Bay is apart of a nature preserve that is known for sea turtles, and Diamond Head is a dormant volcano and landmark people love to explore. Hiking, ATVing, helicopter rides, climbing, and waterfall chasing are pretty common here, but let’s not forget it’s a major city with plenty of shops, restaurants, bars, lounges, and family-friendly attractions that will lead to a well-rounded and exciting vacation.

Waikoloa is a village located on the northwest coast of the Big Island and one of the top vacation spots in the area. Known for its many State Parks and beaches, vacationers will often lounge their days away on some of the softest sands and clearest water that Hawaii has to offer. Water activities and rentals are a must here, and there are more than enough snorkeling, diving, whale watching, sailing, and deep-sea fishing vendors to go around. Take a helicopter tour to experience active volcanoes or the Kohala Coast, take a glass-bottom cruise, or book a tee time at one of the pristine golf courses around Mauna Lani Drive. This village is all about relaxation and spending time in nature, but you’ll never be more than a few minutes away from restaurants, shops, and other activities that the whole family will love.

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