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Old February 27, 2006, 02:23 AM   #1
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HGVC Hawaiian Village vs. Hotel room

I will be going to a conference in Waikiki and staying at the Hilton Hawaiian Village, since it is close to the convention center. I am not a HGVC member, but I found that the studio room was available at the HGVC side for cheaper than a regular hotel room at the hotel side of the complex.

Can someone tell me if the rooms are comparable in size and amenities? I assume that the HGVC will have a kitchenette, while the hotel does not. Will I get a balcony with the studio? Which building will it be in?
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