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Your Guide To Hilton Grand Vacations Hawaii Timeshare Resorts: Maui And Kauai Edition

Find the ideal place to stay and play in paradise

The Vacationeer
Breathtaking aerial view of the clear water and lush mountains of the Na Pali Coast in Kauai, Hawaii

Every Hawaiian Island is unique — each with its own distinct personality and iconic sights. On Kauai, you’ll see geological wonders unlike anything else in the state at Waimea Canyon. While a trip to Maui between December and April lets you witness one of the largest migrations of humpback whales in the world. 

With so much to experience, choosing which island to visit and where to stay can be a challenge. Use this guide to learn more about the Hilton Grand Vacations resorts on Maui and Kauai, then find an incredible Hawaii timeshare deal for your next getaway.

Aerial view of the lush, manicured grounds and large resort-style pool at Maui Bay Villas, a Hilton Grand Vacations Club, Kihei, Hawaii   

Best For Poolside Bliss

Maui Bay Villas, a Hilton Grand Vacations Club         

Your peaceful paradise awaits at Maui Bay Villas. Situated on 27 acres of lush gardens, this beachfront oasis hugs the sun-drenched coast of Maui's Maalaea Bay. It’s a hidden gem that offers stunning sunsets, serene island vibes and a welcoming beach club. While the resort boasts a wide range of smile-inducing amenities, the super pool is a signature standout.

"The pool’s layout is so nice. It’s huge and includes a hot tub, waterslide and shallow pools for kids. I also love the cabanas, which are equipped with lounge seats, TVs and even a refrigerator. In fact, my dad was planning to go back to the Suite to watch basketball until I reminded him that he could enjoy the game at the cabana!"

— Lynsey W., Hilton Grand Vacations Elite Premier Owner


Check out “I Snagged A Stay At Maui Bay Villas, A Hilton Grand Vacations Club — Here’s What It Was Like” to hear about another Member’s resort experience.

Accommodations: Modern and stylish 1-, 2- and 3-Bedroom Suites with full kitchens and spacious living and dining areas.

Best For Making Waves

Hilton Vacation Club Ka'anapali Beach

Aerial view of the lush grounds, large pool area and beachfront at Hilton Vacation Club Ka’anapali Beach Lahaina, Hawaii   

Located on Maui's western shore, Hilton Vacation Club Ka'anapali Beach is a haven for travelers seeking water-based fun. Here are a few ways to make a splash during your stay:

  • Soak up the sun. Spend your day lounging and swimming at the resort’s one-acre, lagoon-style pool, then relax in the evening with a dip in the hot tub.
  • Hit the beach. Ka'anapali Beach is one of the most popular spots on Maui, while Napili Beach offers a more laid-back vibe. Its crescent-shaped cove is ideal for snorkeling, too. You’ll see a variety of reef fish as well as Hawaiian sea turtles.
  • Catch a wave. Check out a local surf school and treat yourself to a lesson. You can find mellow breaks for a gentle ride at popular spots like Launiupoko Beach Park.
  • See whales in the wild. Maui is one of the world’s best places for whale-watching tours. That’s because North Pacific Humpback whales make their way to the warm waters of Lahaina every winter.
  • Cruise into the sunset. Take a scenic boat ride or dinner cruise out of Lahaina harbor at sunset for amazing views of Maui’s mountains, wildlife and offshore islands.

Accommodations: Stretch out in spacious 1- and 2-Bedroom Suites that feature balconies or patios with scenic and ocean views.

Best For Breathtaking Views

The Point at Poipu, a Hilton Vacation Club

Ideally situated on the southernmost tip of Kauai, The Point at Poipu is a dreamy vacation destination surrounded by emerald-green mountains and overlooking the golden sands of Shipwreck Beach.

An aerial shot of a rainbow over the lush grounds and beachfront at The Point at Poipu, a Hilton Vacation Club, Koloa, Hawaii   

Because the resort is located near some of the island’s most picturesque sights, there’s something new to discover at every turn:

  • Step out to see the lava cliffs and beautiful beaches along the Koloa Heritage Trail.
  • Visit Spouting Horn Park to watch a natural lava tube erupt and shoot seawater 50 feet into the air.
  • Play a round at Poipu Bay Resort Golf Course, where every putt will prompt you to take in the sweeping ocean and mountain views.
  • Enjoy a meal at RumFire Kauai, where you’ll dine alongside the picture-perfect Poipu Beach.
  • Wrap each day by sitting on your balcony, sipping a tropical beverage and enjoying the spectacular views.

Insider tip: Get to Spouting Horn early in the morning to beat the crowds and catch a majestic sunrise.

Accommodations: Stunning 2-Bedroom Suites that feature balconies with garden or ocean views.

Check out “8 Can't-Miss Small Towns On Kauai, Plus What To Do” for more ideas on how to see the Garden Isle’s hidden gems.

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