Hilton Hawaii Timeshare Offer: A Nice Discount & Hilton Honors Points

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Hilton Hawaii Timeshare Offer
Lovely sunset in Waikoloa

Hilton Hawaii Timeshare Offer

Reader Kevin, the timeshare offer magnet, shared another timeshare presentation offer he received.  The latest offer is a Hilton Hawaii timeshare offer. It comes with a 5 night stay and 25,000 Hilton Honors points.  Let’s take a look at the details and breakdown the value.

The Offer

There are actually two separate offers for Hawaii so we will look at both of them.  There are also offers for California and Las Vegas but we are going to focus on the Hawaii ones.

Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort – Honolulu
Ocean Tower by Hilton Grand Vacations – Waikoloa

The resort in Honolulu is actually rated higher on TripAdvisor but I know many people try to avoid Honolulu so it is good to have options. Remember that there is also restrictions to enter Hawaii right now as well, and there likely could be over the next 12 months.

Hilton Hawaii Timeshare Offer
Sunset on Waikiki!

Breaking Down the Value

Let’s take a look at the value for each offer.  They are essentially the same but cash rates could differ some.

Hilton Honor Points

The 25,000 points you get for each offer are worth around $100 to me.  I think most people can get $0.004 or more per Hilton Honors point.

$100

5 Night Stay

The real value comes from the discounted stay at the resorts.  I will pick the same dates for each in October of next year.

Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort – Honolulu
  • The total for 5 nights came out to $1688.50 for October 8-13, 2021.
  • You could also book the room for 240,000 Hilton Honors points (thanks to the 5th night free) that are worth only $960.
Ocean Tower by Hilton Grand Vacations – Waikoloa
  • The total for 5 nights came out to $1145 for October 8-13, 2021.
  • You could also book the room for 415,000 points (no 5th night free, maybe because it is a timeshare property?). This is a horrible deal with those points having $1660 in value.

$960-$1145

Crunching The Numbers

The total value you can get from the offer is $1060-$1245.  The cost is $649 for the package, plus 2 hours of your time.   That is a savings of at least $411 and as much as $596. Or you could look at it as a way to get around 40%-50% off your trip.

The value doesn’t overwhelm me like offers in the past have.  Which is surprising since timeshare properties have to be hurting.

Link to Offer

Final Thoughts

I think this is a decent offer for anyone that was planning a trip to Hawaii anyway.  I wouldn’t go out of my way to book it or make plans because of it but it could reduce your out of pocket or points cost. You will also earn points on the stay as well as you normally would which increases the savings a little more.  Often the hotels will give you the perks of your status as well, if you have any that is.

If I was going to pick one of the two it would probably be the Honolulu property.  It looks like the better hotel overall even if the value is inflated at Ocean Tower.  If you have stayed at either property share your thoughts on them in the comments.

Mark Ostermann
Mark Ostermann is a father, husband and miles/points fanatic. He left the corporate world after starting a family in order to be a stay at home dad. Mark is constantly looking at ways to save money and stay within budget while also taking awesome vacations with his family. When he isn't caring for his family or taking a weekend trip, Mark is working towards his goal of visiting every Major League Baseball ballpark.

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  1. I haven’t seen a blog on the best way to avoid the 10 day quarantine on Kauai. The Points Guy recently reported needing to do a 3 day resort bubble quarantine. Check out my comment to them.

    Aloha Clint,

    Thanks for the article on resort bubbles on Kauai. I live on Kauai and work in the visitor industry. I’d like to share with you another possibility of avoiding a resort bubble to visit Kauai.

    Arrive from the mainland on any other island than Kauai with a negative test that meets the States requirements. Spend 3 days enjoying that island without quarantine on that island. Upon arrival in Hawaii take another test that meets Kauai’s standards. After three days in Hawaii, and with a negative test taken within 72 hours, you can arrive on Kauai and not need to quarantine at all. Bypass the resort bubbles.

    This seems to be hard to figure out for most travelers so I hope you can get the word out. You might want to check with KEMA, Kauai Emergency Management Agency, to verify this information. I’ve had to travel inter island recently and KEMA was very helpful once you get by the recorded messaging.

    Mahalo,
    Charlie Cowden, Pres.
    Hanalei Surf Company
    Cell: 808 639 8797
    http://www.hanaleisurf.com

      • By the time you write it up it will change again a week after 🙂 hard to keep up with the changes. All of the changing info ia found here: https://www.gohawaii.com/travel-requirements just have to be willing to read. What I read does not compliment the comment above unless that was old news?

        “The counties of Kaua‘i, Maui, and the island of Hawai‘i are each managing their own inter-county travel quarantine processes. Travelers to Kaua‘i must receive a negative pre-travel test result before departure and a 2nd negative test result after 72 at an approved Enhanced Movement Quarantine (EMQ) “resort bubble” property. ”

        Basically sound as you need 3 x test before departing mainland, within 3 x days of staying om Oahu and again within 3 x days of arriving to Kauai while in the restricted resort bubble. At a typical $150 per test it will cost around $450 per person in testing alone just to get to Kauai.

        I think for any timeshare to really draw people in they will need to come up with much better offers then that for Hawaii which include free COVID testing for the family and a room. Otherwise I dont think many will sit through a 2+ hr high pressure sales during COVID for a free room putting yourself and family at even more risk. While you still need to deal with headache of testing and quarantine.

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