07 Feb The Perfect Hawaii Winter Break Awaits at Lagoon Tower
Enjoy a Hawaii Winter Break at Lagoon Tower by Hilton Grand Vacations
You might have enjoyed the snow in December and January, but unless you’re an avid ski bunny, you’re probably just about done with winter weather. Luckily, February vacation is just around the corner, and there’s still time to plan the perfect vacation to a warm destination. A Hawaii winter break at Lagoon Tower by Hilton Grand Vacations is exactly what you need. Here’s why:
February is an ideal time to enjoy Honolulu. The city has an average low temperature of 65 degrees Fahrenheit and an average high temperature of 81 degrees Fahrenheit during this time of year. Furthermore, there are many Honolulu vacation rentals during the last few weeks of February—when most schools enjoy winter break—available in our Lagoon Tower by Hilton Grand Vacations rental inventory.
An Exceptional Location
A Hawaii winter break isn’t complete without azure waters and sun-warmed sands, and you’ll find plenty of both at Lagoon Tower by Hilton Grand Vacations. The resort is located right on Waikiki Beach, the ideal place to surf and enjoy other watersports, lay in the sun, and swap stories with other travelers. The resort is also close to the Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon, a blissful and beautiful wading pool named after an olympic champion. As if that’s not enough, you’ll also find an exciting array of dining, shopping, and entertainment in the area.
To allow you to truly get the most out of island life during your Hawaii winter break, Lagoon Tower by Hilton Grand Vacations offers an abundance of amenities. These include snorkeling gear and other watersports equipment rentals, as well as four swimming pools to enjoy when you’re not swimming at the beach or lagoon—including a 10,000 square foot pool! Other amenities include an onsite spa, children’s recreation programs, exercise facilities, restaurants, lounges and more!
Accommodations You’ll Love
Lagoon Tower by Hilton Grand Vacations suites afford you the ultimate convenience and luxury. Their spacious interiors and fully equipped kitchens will make you feel truly at ease. Many suites also come with private balconies, allowing you to enjoy stunning views on your Hawaii winter break.
Major Savings on Your Hawaii Winter Break
Hawaii is one of the most popular vacation destinations in the world, which means Honolulu vacation rentals can be expensive—well over $1,000 per night, in fact. When you look at oceanfront properties in particular, prices can get even higher. Luckily, the last-minute deals you’ll find on ResortRentals.com allow you to spend less than half of the typical price in many cases. You’ll want to act fast—these deals won’t last forever, but the memories you’ll make on your Hawaii winter break will last a lifetime!
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