Visitors can shop until they drop on Oahu! Waikiki shopping options range from local specialty shops and one of kind boutiques to popular national retailers and high-end stores.
Ala Moana Center is open-air shopping at its best as one of America’s largest outdoor malls. DFS Galleria is perfect for the discerning shopper interested in luxury and unparalleled client services. Luxury Row at 2100 Kalakaua Avenue is home to eight high-end boutiques and known as the “elegant block” in Waikiki. The Royal Hawaiian Center, with more than 100 shops and various styled restaurants, has something for everyone. For even more unique locally crafted gifts, the Waikiki Beach Walk will be right up your alley. The carts, shops and artisan stands at the International Market Place have been an Oahu tradition for years. This truly unique shopping experience is just minutes away from the Ilima Hotel!
Waikiki Shopping Details
Ala Moana Center (www.alamoanacenter.com) is Hawaii’s largest shopping center with 290 merchants and over 70 dining options. The open-air oasis is just minutes from Waikiki. Merchants include luxury brands as well as local specialty stores. The center is open Monday through Saturday, 9:30AM to 9:00PM and Sunday, 10:00AM to 7:00PM. The Makai Market opens at 9:00AM daily.
DFS Galleria (www.dfsgalleria.com/en/hawaii) is the world’s leading luxury retailer perfect for the discerning traveling shopper interested in exceptional products and unparalleled client services.
Luxury Row at 2100 Kalakaua Avenue (www.2100kalakaua.com) is home to Tiffany & Co., Gucci, Coach, Yves Saint Laurent, Bottega Veneta, Tod’s, Hugo Boss, and Chanel. These shops total over 100,000 square feet of shopping for the discerning buyer in the heart of Waikiki’s urban and beach resort district.
The Royal Hawaiian Center (www.royalhawaiiancenter.com) is located in the very center of Waikiki and is almost 300,000 square feet of shopper’s delight. With more than 100 shops and a multitude of restaurants, the complex offers everything from fine jewelry and affordable Hawaiian treasures, to designer apparel and fun-in-the-sun frocks. Dining options cater to those desiring fine dining as well as to shoppers that are happy with just a hot dog and ice cream!
Waikiki Beach Walk (www.waikikibeachwalk.com) is the largest development project of its kind in Waikiki’s history. This unique retail, restaurant and lodging complex also features a multi-purposed outdoor entertainment plaza. It’s the perfect venue to find that uniquely crafted local gift to take back home. Over 50 retailers and 16 restaurants spread over eight acres make Waikiki Beach Walk a colorful and inviting showcase.
International Marketplace (www.internationalmarketplacewaikiki.com) features over 130 carts and artisan stands in an open-air setting in the heart of Waikiki. This showcase of local artisans allows visitors the unique opportunity to talk directly to the artists behind their crafts. A cascading waterfall by a century-old Banyan tree is a favorite place to snap a photograph. The accompanying International Food Court offers a variety of local and international cuisine. Open daily from 10AM to 10PM, there’s also free Hawaiian entertainment five nights a week.