Charming Resort in Puako with Pool & Terrace

Studio Unit, Partial ocean view


2 guests max.
1 bathroom
No pets


Shared pool
No pets
Coffee machine
Ocean view
Beach view
Tennis courts

What's nearby

100 yd to water


1 bathroom

Photos show various room options at the resort; actual room assigned may vary.

Additional taxes and fees may apply - see rental agreement for details.

About the home

Located within the Hilton Waikoloa Village along Hawaii Island's Kohala
Coast, Ocean Tower by Hilton Grand Vacations Club offers guests over 62
acres of volcanic coastline and boasting some of the island's finest
water recreation, restaurants, shopping and golf courses. In addition to
the three pools, swimming and snorkeling lagoon, Kohala Spa, two
championship golf courses and eight tennis courts that can be enjoyed
right on-site, Ocean Tower also offers plush studio, one-bedroom,
two-bedroom and three-bedroom suites, each outfitted with spacious living
and dining areas, a fully-equipped kitchen, washer and dryer and
complimentary Wi-Fi.

Ocean Tower by Hilton Grand Vacations Club is scheduled to open in 2019,
and all images are proposed renderings and subject to change.

House rules
Pets not allowed
The offer is provided by a professional host. This host has committed to providing products or services that comply with the applicable rules of Union law.

69-425 Waikoloa Beach Dr

96738 Waikoloa Village, HI, US

"Awesome resort for families! Resort is very large! Takes a while to get to parking, need to use a tram or boat to get to the main lobby!"
Reviewed on 03/24/2024
"Wonderful resort with lots and lots to do!"
Reviewed on 05/07/2023
"Love this resort- dolphin quest on site (additional charge) and swimming with sea turtles in the 4 acre ocean-fed lagoon. This is my happy Place!"
Reviewed on 02/10/2022
"We stayed at Ocean Tower in the Hilton Waikoloa Village resort complex in February 2019. The unit was an upper floor, 3 bedroom lock off unit with partial ocean and golf course views. The units are completely new, as HGVC has been gutting the old hotel building to its frame and then rebuilding with an entirely new floorplan for 1, 2, and 3 bedroom timeshare suites. The rooms are modern and comfortable. Space is well utilized with sliding doors in useful areas. The master and second bedrooms have sliding glass doors to the balcony, as does the central living area/kitchen, in a split ranch, single floor, style arrangement. The third bedroom is off of the living area entry way and is equipped with two queen beds. There are 3 full baths in total. The master bath is a bit over-the-top with soaking tub, extensive tile work, mirrors and accent lighting, and even a warmed toilet seat with bidet. Design aesthetic is modern and consistent with Hawai'ian and Asian theming. Use of dark wood (engineered) flooring, bamboo accent, solid surface countertops, and large 55-65" flat panels prevail throughout the unit. The resort property is absolutely stunning as well as expansive. There are four hotel buildings in this complex alone. It was originally a Hyatt property developed over 6-7 years in the late 80s. The multi-million dollar art collection of paintings and sculptures highlights the Polynesian culture. Walking between buildings takes time, but there are both boat and tram shuttles running. There is a sand bottom tidal pool coming in from the Pacific Ocean. It has a full sand beach complex, snorkeling, scuba diving lessons, lifeguard, and many scheduled activities. Landscaping is lush with grass, stone, and lava rock. The pools appear a bit older, but there are many of them. The main pool complex is a bit warmer than the Ocean Tower pools for some reason. That said, this resort is never cramped. One can always find space for lounging or sun bathing, and there are quieter areas where kids generally are not present. Anyone looking for an upscale, immersive resort experience will thoroughly enjoy this property. Those desiring to get off property or golf daily may prefer another Waikoloa resort where parking is located adjacent to the villa. The trek from room to vehicle here is around 15-20 minutes. We ventured out most days and found the mix of staying here amid the beauty of the resort, the sound of crashing waves, and still having easy access for exploring the Big Island to be our favorite visit to the Hawai'ian Islands thus far."
Reviewed on 04/11/2021
Puako, Hawaii County, United States
Puako, Hawaii