If you are going to stay at one of the Hilton timeshare resorts and plan to rent a car during your stay at Hilton Hawaiian Village, you may consider parking your vehicle at the Village parking which. The Village offers a six-level parking garage near the Grand Waikikian building but conveniently accessible from all towers.
Here is a summary of what you need to know about parking at Hilton. Please beware parking costs can be high in Waikiki. I’ve included some other parking options near the Hilton Hawaiian Village.
About parking at Hilton Hawaiian Village
Hilton Hawaiian Village offers a six-level parking garage. There is a height restriction. Your vehicle must be under 6′ 6″.
Self Parking: $55 per day
Valet Parking: $65 per day
(Information correct as of January 2022)
How to park
On the first day, you can drive into the parking structure and take a ticket just as you would with any public parking. You can inform the receptionist that you’d like to park your car every day. That way your room key will become your key to enter into the parking building and your room will be charged with the parking fee. You simply discard the original parking ticket you took when you entered.
Timeshare that is nearest to the Parking structure
Grand Waikikian is the closest Hilton resort to the parking. There is direct access from the parking building to the Grand Waikikian resort. It is probably the most convenient out of all towers.
Other parking options nearby the Hilton Hawaiian Village
Since parking at the HIilton Hawaiian Village can be costly, you may consider other options.
These are some options:
– Parking at the Ala Wai Small Harbor under Ilikai Marina (in front of the harbor)
$1 per hour
– Parking at the Ala Wai Small Harbor next to the Hilton Lagoon
$1 per hour
– Pro Park at the Ilikai Marina (next to Red Lobster)
$8 for 10 hours
No overnight for outside guests
Daily rate only available to Modern Hotel, Ilikai Hotel, Marina Hotel and Prince Hotel guests.