he Waikoloa Beach Resort map shows the layout of the resort area, with directions and driving times from the Kona and Hilo airports. It includes mileage and driving times to key attractions on the Big Island.
There are detailed maps showing the layout of the Hilton Waikoloa Village resort specifically, including the locations of hotels, restaurants, shops, amenities, and transportation.
Directions and maps are provided to the Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa at 69-275 Waikoloa Beach Drive.
The Hilton Waikoloa Village resort has a tram system and canal boats to transport guests around the large property. The trams and boats have Hawaiian names honoring the islands’ heritage.
The Hilton Waikoloa Village features a Museum Walkway with over 1,800 pieces of art from Asia, Europe, Oceania, and Hawaii. There are four themed sections along the walkway.
Additional maps show driving directions and the proximity of Waikoloa Village relative to the Waikoloa Beach Resort area.
Interactive online maps allow you to explore the geography and layout of Waikoloa Village and the resort areas
Popular Attractions at Waikoloa Village
- Beaches – Anaeho’omalu Beach (A-Bay), Hapuna Beach State Park, and 69 (Waialea) Beach are beautiful white sand beaches great for swimming, snorkeling, paddleboarding, and relaxing. A-Bay in particular is very close and popular.
- Historic and cultural sites – Visit the petroglyph fields at Puako or the Kalahuipua’a Historic Park to see ancient Hawaiian rock carvings and ruins of a fishing village.
- Outdoor activities – Go kayaking, sailing, fishing, or hiking along the rugged lava rock coastline and lush trails around Waikoloa. Popular spots include Kiholo State Park, Waiaka Pond, and Mauna Lani resort trails.
- Shopping & dining – The Shops at Mauna Lani offer luxury boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants. Waikoloa Village also has dining, cafes, and markets to explore.
- Luaus & entertainment – Attend authentic luaus, hula shows, and cultural events at the resorts. The Hilton Waikoloa Village especially is known for its family-friendly entertainment and amenities.
- Golf – Play on championship courses with ocean views at the Waikoloa Beach and Mauna Lani resorts, which rank among Hawaii’s best golf destinations
Best Beaches to visit in Waikoloa Village
- Anaeho’omalu Beach (A-Bay) – A long, sandy white beach located at the Waikoloa Beach Resort. It’s protected by an offshore reef, making it calm and family-friendly for swimming, snorkeling, and water sports.
- Hapuna Beach State Park – Considered one of Hawaii’s best beaches, with a half mile of white sand. The clear, calm waters are excellent for swimming and boogie boarding.
- Waialea Bay (Beach 69) – A beautiful sandy beach north of the Waikoloa area, known for its lovely bay, shade trees, and good swimming during calm surf.
- Kua Bay (Manini’owali Beach) – A picturesque white sand beach between Kona and Waikoloa, great for swimming and snorkeling in crystal clear, vibrant blue waters.
- Spencer Beach Park – A quieter beach north of Waikoloa with shade, calm waters, and a mix of sand and pebbles