Sunrise or Sunset at Hilton Waikoloa Village

The Hilton Waikoloa Village offers some of the most spectacular views that I’ve ever experienced in my life. From sunrises to sunsets, the views are all postcard worthy.

This morning I captured a sunrise from my hotel room and last night a captured a sunset. I can’t decide which one brings me more happiness. I just keep looking at both of them. The sunrise experience was accompanied by birds singing, ocean waves lapsing on the shore, and playful dolphins whistling and clicking outside our window. We were able to experience all of that from our balcony while still in our pajamas. The sunset, though, was accompanied by a romantic stroll alongside the ocean, a light breeze against our faces, and the soft sound of music from Kamuela Provision Company (KPC) restaurant. Don’t pinch me because I don’t want to wake up.

Hilton Waikoloa VillageDo you prefer a sunrise or a sunset? I guess it really doesn’t matter in Hawaii; it’s all unbelievable.

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24 thoughts on “Sunrise or Sunset at Hilton Waikoloa Village

  1. We stayed there last summer and I loved it. We don’t normally “do” resorts but it was fun for a change. P.S. If you continue on past the walkway, down the steps and over some lava rocks, there is a wonderful trail that runs along the beach. Cheers and enjoy!

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  2. It’s not always a preference. If you want richer color, it’s sunsets because there are particulates in the air which reflect more and warmer color. Of course, that for making pictures. Given the choice for my time, it’s sunrises.

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  3. Glad you are enjoying the Big Island of Hawaii! Have you had a chance to see the monk seals who frequent the bay or “Elvis” the abnormally large size barracuda in the boat canal? I vote for sunrise on Mauna Kea and sunset boat cruise along the Kohala Coast sipping a delicious mango margarita.

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  4. I can’t wait to experience Hawaiian sunrises and sunsets for myself in a couple of months. I’m especially looking forward to to seeing sunrise from the top of Haleakala on Maui.

    Keep the Bucket List ideas coming!

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