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The Grand Islander by Hilton Grand Vacations Club is the newest Club resort on Oahu, coming to Hawaii in early 2017. The 37-story tower will be located in the Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort, soaring high above Waikiki’s legendary beaches.
The Grand Islander's elegantly appointed 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom suites and luxurious 2- and 3-bedroom penthouses will come complete with full kitchens, private balconies, and spacious living and dining areas.
Construction of The Grand Islander is on schedule. The tower is currently up to the 21st floor, and some interior work has begun on the lower levels. Construction crews are installing drywall and finishing the floors as they move up the building.
Hawaiian culture has a strong connection to its land. Honoring that heritage, The Grand Islander is being built with sustainability in mind. Its green initiatives include: motion-sensor light fixtures, recaptured heat from air-conditioning used to generate hot water, a living “green wall” facing Kalia Road, Energy Star-rated appliances, low VOC paint, and many other features.
The interior design concept is “Redefining Hawaiian Style – A Personalized Journey to Luxury.” It will offer a balance of clean crisp materials complemented with rustic local textures. Hawaiian culture and components, including locally sourced materials, will appear throughout, and the lobby and public areas will feature artwork and photography from local artists.
Owners at The Grand Islander are now able to book Home Week reservations at the resort. All others can begin requesting reservations in early summer. Remember that the Club window opens 6 months (186 days) prior to check-out date.
Here is your first look at a model room completed to showcase The Grand Islander’s design elements.
The chart below provides a summary of the current status of your points. Use the drop down to toggle between the different years/point types to see how they break down.
Use this link to view your HOA information and maintenance fees through the Manage Ownership section of the website.