That is what Hilton Hawaiian Village on Waikiki reminds me of. When I first visited this place as I kid, I felt like the Village was a world in and of itself, and it still is. Nestled at the ocean’s edge, it’s great for swimming, surfing, SUP exploring, lounging, and people-meeting. It has restaurants—some with music and dancing, lawn parties, and shops. Really, a person could never leave the property and have a terrific time.
Then there are the waterfalls, pools, tropical animals and flowers.
On this trip, I loved my room and especially the fact that these flowers magically appeared the morning after I arrived. Could a stay be any better?!
And the Village can’t be beat if you’re traveling solo. I have a friend who went through a traumatic experience and needed to escape. She came here alone, felt safe, and said it was the perfect remedy.