Located on historic Banyan Drive near Liliuokalani Gardens, this classic hotel still retains the authentic Hawaiian charm and aloha spirit reflecting Hilo’s heart and soul. Refreshed, air-conditioned accommodations offer a refrigerator, coffee maker, flat screen TV, and private lanai (most). For on-site convenience, enjoy the restaurant, lounge, iCafé, freshwater swimming pool, and meeting and banquet facilities.
Whisky Steak Wine (WSW) The Steakhouse at the Hilo Hawaiian Hotel is the only true steakhouse in Hilo. It features first-class steaks, an array of seafood, the best wine list in East Hawai’i, and a table-side Whisky Cart experience.
Located on the lobby level, WSW The Steakhouse offers stunning views overlooking Hilo Bay. The menu features a wide selection of locally sourced produce and appetizers, Prime Grade or Premium Certified Black Angus steaks & chops, seafood, salads, sides and desserts. Daily specials and weekly features are available and include The Surf & Turf on Monday, a Wagyu Grade Tomahawk Tuesday and Wednesday Live Kona-Cold Whole Lobster. WSW also features an impressive list of exclusive fine wines and whiskies, with wines not found elsewhere in the state and whiskies from around the world. A floor-to-ceiling walk-around glass display showcases the restaurant’s worldly selections of wines and spirits. The display also houses a signature Whisky Cart, from which hand-picked selections will be poured table-side to the delight of guests.
WSW is led by Hilo Hawaiian Hotel Food & Beverage Director Gregory Arianoff, Executive Chef Dean Otake and Chef De Cuisine Jason Soriano. It is open daily for dinner from 5 to 9 p.m.
For reservations, visit www.WSWSteakhouse.com or call (808) 969-6470.
In accordance with the emergency proclamations established by the Governor of Hawaii, some of our resort amenities and/or services may be limited or temporarily unavailable to ensure the health and safety of guests and staff.
Mahalo for your understanding during this unprecedented time.
The youngest and largest of the Hawaiian Islands, Hawaii Island is known for its awesome natural wonders and incredibly varied eco-systems. No island captures the power of nature quite like the here. Hilo is a charming seaside town with easy access to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Mauna Kea, and more.
Hawaii’s diverse blend of cultures is evident in its culinary variety. Be sure to bring your appetite to our islands. From world-renowned Pacific Rim cuisine to traditional Hawaiian luaus and local-style comfort food, you’ll have a chance to try it all on the Big Island.