Hilton Hawaiian Village

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Locals here tell of a pretty young woman in a red dress who has been seen walking in the hallways or along the beach. Some say she is the spirit of a woman who was murdered in a tower room here, and others say she is volcano goddess Madame Pele.

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Geographic Information

Address:
2005 Kalia Rd
Honolulu, HI 96815
United States

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GPS:
21.282456419329854, -157.83754954127807
County:
Honolulu County, Hawaii
Nearest Towns:
Honolulu, HI (2.2 mi.)
Maunawili, HI (7.6 mi.)
Halawa Heights, HI (8.3 mi.)
Halawa, HI (8.6 mi.)
Waimanalo, HI (8.6 mi.)
Hickam Housing, HI (8.7 mi.)
Kane'ohe, HI (9.1 mi.)
'Aiea, HI (9.3 mi.)
Waimanalo Beach, HI (9.6 mi.)
Iroquois Point, HI (9.7 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.hiltonhawaiianvillage.com/

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