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Feedback on the Hilton Hawaiian Village?!

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#1 AZKimberly

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    Posted 30 June 2010 - 05:06 PM

    Has anyone held their wedding and reception at the Hilton Hawaiian Village?
    Any feedback? Postive and negative?
    Did you and or your guests stay there?
    Where was your ceremony and reception? (I reeeeally want mine in the sand... if they offer that? Or the chapel also looks breathtaking!)
    Also, what was the cost of everything?


    #2 Shoesiesluvr

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      Posted 30 June 2010 - 05:51 PM

      We arent getting married there but we did stay there last july and the resort is just beautiful, i mean the whole entire resort. and youre right the chapel is just gorgeous and amazing to look at...i believe when we were there there was a wedding but we only saw the reception not the ceremony and they had it on one of the grass lawns...it looked really nice...good luck with your search and planning!
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      #3 TA Dina

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        Posted 02 July 2010 - 03:28 PM

        The chapel rental here will cost you $1500 to start if I'm not mistaken. Their beach weddings though are rather inexpensive.

        Over here you deal with either the hotel if you want something on the Great Lawn or Village Green. Or Best Bridal Hawaii if you want the beach or Ocean chapel or gazebo (I don't recommend the gazebo personally).

        Keep in mind this complex is HUGE. The towers around you could block the sun if you did a wedding on the lawn. And the beach in that area is always crowded. I'd definately opt for a mid-week wedding here and not weekends.

        Your least expensive option would be working with a planner and arranging a ceremony on a public beach, and then a reception at a local restaurant or hotel. Many hotels don't offer "in the sand" ceremonies due to all the changing laws.

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