Hawaii Malls & Shopping Centers
Hilo Hattie - The Store of Hawaii - is the largest retail source for Hawaiian and Island Lifestyle products. Established in 1963, Hilo Hattie has grown to be one of the most recognized brands in Hawaii - a name you can trust. We offer you the best possible online shopping experience in the true Aloha spirit. We are here to help you any way we can. Our Customer Service Representatives are available Monday through Friday from 7:30am-4:00pm, Hawaii Standard Time. Of course you can email us anytime and we will respond within the next business day.
Centerstage features over 500 performances a year including the weekly Ala Moana Center Keiki Hula Show on Sunday morning. Enjoy free entertainment by local groups as well as visiting national and international entertainers.
Centerstage is located at Center Court, Street Level across from the Customer Service Center.
Pearlridge Center is the largest indoor, super-regional shopping center in Hawaii with the island's only monorail system that transports customers between Uptown and Downtown Pearlridge and overlooks historic Pearl Harbor and the Arizona Memorial.
Queens' MarketPlace is a 135,000 square foot community lifestyle center located in the heart of the Kohala Coast in the Waikoloa Beach Resort on the Island of Hawaii. The center is the sister project to the famous Kings' Shops located across the street. Currently, under construction, the center will feature a 20,000 square foot Gourmet Food & Wine Market, sit-down restaurants, a 5,500 square foot food court, and 90,000 square feet of additional retail. The center will also feature Waikoloa Cultural Garden and Waikoloa Performance Garden which will showcase live music, film festivals and other cultural and community events throughout the year. Queens' MarketPlace will serve the residents of Waikoloa and Waikoloa Highlands, the guests of the 1,241-room Hilton Waikoloa Village and the 545-room Waikoloa Beach Marriott, as well as the residents and visitors of the Kohala Coast's many luxury homes, time shares, condominiums and hotels.
Over a hundred years ago, Victoria Ward and her husband Curtis Perry Ward, shared a unique business partnership and created an estate extending from Thomas Square to the shore. Their former home, "Old Plantation", is the site of Blaisdell Concert Hall. When Curtis died in 1882, Victoria Ward and her daughters carried on the family business which continues to influence Honolulu's commercial and retail development to this day.
Maui comes together at Queen Ka'ahumanu Center
That’s because Queen Ka`ahumanu Center is Maui’s own Town Square. The island’s premiere shopping and entertainment destination. The home of Maui’s only department stores, Sears and Macy's, plus more than 100 shops and restaurants, from cool island-style boutiques to such national names as Gap, Sharper Image, Foot Locker and Borders Express.
Windward Mall offers the best names in shopping, featuring over one hundred stores that are a unique mix of nationally recognized brands, Hawaii based companies, and one-of-a-kind merchants. High quality entertainment abounds at our movie theatres, on Center Stage, and within our numerous eateries. Come spend a day at Windward Mall.
Situated at the heart of the Kohala Coast on the Island of Hawaii, the Kings’ Shops is a vital part of Waikoloa Beach Resort, one of Hawaii’s most popular tourist destinations. The center boasts one of the highest sales-per-square-foot in the state of Hawaii and includes Louis Vuitton, Coach (opening Summer 2006), Tiffany & Co. (opening Fall 2006), Roy’s Waikoloa Bar & Grill, Big Island Steakhouse, Macy’s and DFS Galleria (featuring boutiques such as Bulgari, Burberry and Ferragamo). An expansion project will soon be launched adding 25,000 square feet of upscale retail shops.
We feature a variety of great department stores, unique specialty shops (including many with a Hawaiian theme) and a 9-screen stadium seating movie theatre.
Kahala Mall is home to a number of nationally and internationally recognized businesses, including Whole Foods Market, Apple Store, Macy's, Barnes & Noble, Starbucks, Jamba Juice, Radio Shack, Chili's and California Pizza Kitchen.
Local merchants and a number of independently-owned shops and restaurants can also be found within the mall perimeter. An eight-screen Consolidated Theatres movie theater is nestled into one corner of the mall. Waialae Bowl, the only bowling center within several miles of the neighborhood, was somewhat interestingly built into a McDonald's, at the corner opposite the movie theater. Unfortunately, it has since closed down (not related to the flood, however.)
The movie theater in this mall was closed in March 2006. It has since reopened. The closing occurred as a result of flooding from heavy rains. The flood broke a hole through the wall of the theater and flowed into the mall, and parts of the ground floor had 3-6 inches of rain water. Many shops suffered substantially; some never reopened. Source