The high-rise Hilton in Waikiki Beach is a popular location for couples who want easy access to stunning nightlife and Waikiki Beach itself, one of the most iconic beaches in the world. Featuring stylish, tropical-inspired rooms, along with a stunning rooftop pool, it’s the perfect place to relax in between exploring. A destination wedding here would surely take inspiration from its surroundings, which include waterfalls, exotic wildlife, and Hawaii’s well-known hospitality. All amongst the unique cosmopolitan island experience only Hilton can offer.
The only on-site restaurant is attractive and popular, but pricey. You’re likely better off exploring other nearby restaurants if affordability is a concern.
Reception locations include a grand ballroom, or Altitude @ 37, a bar on the top floor with sweeping panoramic views of Honolulu.
The resort sits on Kuhio beach, one of the “three” beaches that create the full stretch of Waikiki Beach. This section is quieter and shadier than its counterparts.
The entry-level Ke Aloha package welcomes up to 50 guests and reserves the garden gazebo for up to 2 hours. Live music begins at $250 and photographer rates begin at $1000. It is important to note that our wedding packages in Hawaii do not include the cost of a 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.
$120 – $170 average price per person per night. Rooms include private balcony or terrace, 42-inch HDTV, and evening room service by request.
Garden gazebo | Up to 50 chairs | Chair decoration | Speaker system | Symbolic ceremony | Wireless microphone | Fruit-infused water station
There are 601 rooms with city or ocean views across 37 floors. The resort is able to accommodate mobility-impaired guests.
Garden Gazebo – 100 guests max, Altitude @ 37 – 65 guests max.
This hotel allows a maximum of 4 adults per room or 2 adults and 2 children 18 and under.
Hilton Waikiki Beach can hosts 4 – 6 weddings per day comfortably.
High season for Hawaii, with the likelihood of resort occupancy sell-out, is January through April, July, and December.
The wedding coordinator typically responds in 24 hours.
The resort is located 8 miles from the HNL airport.
Q: How long have you been a wedding coordinator or manager?
A: 5+ years
Q: How many weddings have you coordinated?
Q: What makes your resort a great place for a destination wedding?
A: We have everything you need in one place.
Q: What are the challenges brides face when planning their destination wedding at your resort?
A: Date availability.
Q: What compliments do brides typically give about the resort?
A: Easy to work with, quick with responses, knowledgeable in the industry.
Q: What is your favorite part of a destination wedding?
A: Seeing the joy on the big day, knowing it all came together just the way the bride/groom wanted it to be.
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“Beautiful Scenery with a great price and an amazing view. Super friendly staff who will cater to your every need. Also very close to everything so tons of things to do!” – Steven D. 9/17
“Hotel staff was very nice. Lobby was simple, not extravagant at all. The pool was somewhat disappointing because there were no umbrellas by the chairs. There were very few cabanas and pool was small. Workout room was decent. The hotel is only a 3-minute walk to the beach so that was great. It was close to many restaurants.” – Rosely B. 7/17
“We decided to have a brunch at the restaurant MAC 24/7. Service was great. We had a view of the garden, so it was a nice experience. Other than the price ($20 for a waffle & egg), everything was the way it should be. Our waitress took care of us really well. The facility was clean as usual.” – Elcid Z. 7/17