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Hale Koa parking pass available for HHV

Discussion in 'Hilton Grand Vacations Club / HGVC' started by JulieAB, Jul 14, 2018.

  1. JulieAB

    JulieAB TUG Review Crew: Veteran TUG Member

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    Anyone at Hilton Hawaiian village? I have a parking pass for the hale koa garage across the street to share. I think it's good until the end of the month. We check out tomorrow.

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    I could have sworn that it states that the parking passes are non transferable.

    When we bought our parking pass last year, I had to provide my rental car license plate and I told them when I was checking out.

    JMHO... I think this is a bad idea. I would hate to lose this option due to abuse of the rules.
     
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    It is just a card that looks like a credit card and that lets you through the gate. Nobody is at the gate checking license tags numbers. I would not worry about that.
     
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    That’s really nice of you.
     
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    I agree!
    Just curious, we are going to be there late August for 10 days. How did you get the monthly pass? Do you just buy it at the paystation? Thanks.
     
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    There's an office where you pay. If you're staying in Lagoon tower, you might find the Marina parking closer and pretty cheap if you're going out daily. It's $1/hour and you can add more time from your phone.
     
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    +1 My fil asked for our card once. Just told him no. Never asked for it again.
     
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    Does the marina parking allow for overnight?

    I didnt think the Hale Koa walk was too long. I cut through the village and exited out by the Kalia/Grand Islander
     
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    Yes, it's a 24 hour lot. When I parked at Hale Koa, it took me about 15 min to walk to the van and drive back to pick up the family. But if you're paying $180 to just use a pass for a week, the marina still might be a better deal because you only pay for the hours you're actually using it.
     
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    Thanks do you think the walk is that much closer to the marina if you're staying at the Lagoon Tower?
     
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    It's half the walk. That blue dot was our unit, but the elevators drop you in the middle of the building.
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    Thanks! Good to know for the next trip. Pretty cool that you can add time via phone!

    I just looked at it in google maps with a "walk through view" and looks super convenient. I'll probably do that instead of Hale Koa next time. also very convenient to getting to lobby for picking people up. thanks again!!
     
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    The Lagoon tower is close to the marina. But if staying in the new timeshare Hilton just built, the Hale Koa is a lot closer. For 10 nights, the Hilton would cost $350, Hale Koa would be $180. If you stay two weeks are more, the price difference is even better.
     
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    HHV parking is now @ $43 self parking or $50 valet per day.
     
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    Had parked my Hertz rental from Ilikai at the Ali Wai Harbor. The Hertz rep recommended it over the Hilton parking and said the police patrol there often. $1/hour works out great, but car rentals are crazy expensive due to taxes in Hawaii. I normally have a heavily discounted rate with my CDP everywhere else.


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    Have you tried Costco? I was able to rent a Suburban for 9 days for about $450. I thought this was a steal.
     
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    That is a steal of a deal. I now use Costco for most of my rentals. The further out you book the better the price it seems.
     
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    Thanks for the tip. Will try Costco next trip.


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