Billed as the Big Island’s premier oceanfront resort, the Hilton Waikoloa Village offers a near unlimited amount of things to do, across 62 gorgeous Hawaiian acres perfect for a scene-stealing destination wedding. Your wedding guests will find so much to do before and after your Hilton Waikoloa wedding ceremony, from scenic boat rides to a private lanai for kayaking. All across the Hilton Waikoloa Village resort, you’ll find romantic nooks and crannies to enjoy the lush surroundings, but it may take more than just one vacation to see everything the resort has to offer!
A unique boat journey takes you across one end of the resort grounds to the other, and there are tons to do, with lagoon-inspired pools and even a dolphin encounter.
With a Hilton Waikoloa Village wedding you have access to a wide variety of venues available for your ceremony, from the dolphin encounter deck to an intimate religious chapel.
The resort is truly family friendly and has even gained the nickname “Disneyland” of Big Island, perfectly suited for wholesome wedding parties with lots of children.
Hilton Waikoloa is able to accommodate a-la-carte weddings and welcomes customizations to their packages. Additional fees and time restrictions apply to the Dolphin Quest Lanai ceremony venue. It is important to note that our wedding packages in Hawaii do not include the cost of the reception, other venues, food, or drinks within the package pricing. Inquiries for these additional services must be made separately. Upgraded packages, additional guests, and add-ons are available for an additional cost for any Hilton Waikoloa Village Resort wedding.
$260 – $330 average price per night with 2 adult occupancy. Rooms include private balcony or terrace and evening room service by request.
Ceremony location | White folding chairs | Two ceremonial leis | Banquet attendant | Non-denomination officiant | Iced water station | Hilton Waikoloa Village Resort wedding specialist
There are 1200 rooms with resort ocean views. Due to the sprawling nature of the resort, it is recommended for more active guests. Trams and boats are available to get around the property.
Palace Gardens – 200 guests max, Grand Staircase – 100 guests max, Oceanview Terrace – 100 guests max, Buddha Point – 50 guests max, Dolphin Quest Lanai – 40 guests max, Wedding Chapel – 40 guests max
This hotel allows a maximum of 4 adults per room or 2 adults and 2 children 18 and under.
Hilton Waikoloa Beach weddings host up to 4 weddings per day.
High season for Hawaii, with the likelihood of resort occupancy sell-out, is January through April, July, and December.
The Hilton Waikoloa Village Resort wedding coordinator typically responds in 24 hours.
The resort is located 25 miles from the KOA airport.
“This is my first visit to Hawaii. I am here as part of a team, hosting a conference. This place is magical. Fantastical. Extremely well run. The staff has all been exceedingly helpful for our conference and personal needs.
There is so much to do here. You may never leave! Please see their site for the details, because there is too much for me to be able to fit here.
Most certainly, use the SPA and Luau. The sunset from the Palace Tower is just spectacular!” – Kapil P. 4/19
“This hotel and resort is spectacular! There is so much to do with your family including Dolphins multiple swimming pools activities ocean viewing. The kids love the fact that you can get on a boat or a train to get from one end to the other of the resort. There are multiple sections of artwork and displayed artifacts throughout the resort which are nice to view as you walk through the resort. Service overall has been great the few times that we have stayed there. The on-site dining is very expensive in my opinion so if you are on a budget I would suggest that you stop by Queens Marketplace for your dinner or for buying groceries. There are many gorgeous beaches around the resort and close by.” – Kyler B. 9/17
“The place was fantastic. I loved the dolphins and the ocean fed lagoon. Sea turtles actually came in and socialized with the people. They seemed to be checking out the people as much as the people were observing them. The place is so large that it has a tram and boat to get you between the three separate hotel buildings. The negative is the extremely overpriced food.” – Tom S. 9/17
“We are staying in Ocean Tower and it’s great. The people who work here are very friendly and welcoming. The place is so big and there is so much to do, you could spend all week at the hotel and not get bored, if you wanted to. Highly recommend the dolphin encounter.” – Gretchen C. 9/17