The largest resort in Hawaii is a veritable four-pearl village with five room towers, 20 bars and restaurants, 90 shops, five swimming pools, direct beach access, and a separate lagoon. Everything from surf lessons to a regular luau to a kids' club are on offer here, and the garden grounds include exotic animals. Contemporary rooms can feature gorgeous vistas of the ocean and beach, or the back of neighboring buildings. Renovations in 2013 made the luxurious Ali`i Tower even more exclusive with it's own "hotel within a hotel" facilities like a private pool and concierge. Everyone else will have to wait in long lines and suffer timeshare sales pitches, plus pay a daily resort fee. For families looking for a self-contained resort with loads to do, the Hilton Hawaiian Village is a top choice, but for those that are looking for a quieter spot and beach access, check rates at the Hilton Waikiki Beach.