From island treasures to international luxury brands
Shopping in Honolulu is where East meets West. Though well known for its Asian and Pacific antiques, Honolulu shoppers can also find contemporary American and European fashions and home accessories. In addition, Hawaii's own designers now offer an ever-increasing array of clothing, accessories and island treasures.
The best place to start is right here at the hotel, where you'll find boutiques and shops offering fine porcelain and silver, custom-designed gold jewelry, designer handbags and watches, and exclusive spa products and gifts.
The largest of Oahu Shopping Centers, the Ala Moana offers more than 200 stores and restaurants. The largest open-air shopping center in the world, it’s filled with national and international stores from Banana Republic, Tiffany & Co., and Neiman Marcus to Cartier, Yves Saint Laurent, Louis Vuitton, and Burberry, alongside unique surf apparel and gift shops. It's no wonder more than two million people visit the Ala Moana Shopping Center each month.
Honolulu's 200-year old Chinatown is a wonderland of shops that feature herbs, fresh produce, fish markets, restaurants and a rainbow of flower leis. Here a mix of Asian cultures is concentrated where exotic spices infuse the air.
Located in the heart of Waikiki, just a short stroll from Halekulani, the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center features more than 150 shops, services, and internationally acclaimed boutiques. Enjoy great shopping, dining, and entertainment as well as free hula lessons, classes in lei making and other Hawaiian crafts. Shops include Cartier, Fendi, Suntory Restaurant, The Cheesecake Factory and more.
This unique section of a renowned Waikiki thoroughfare features six of the world's finest luxury retailers (Tiffany & Co., Coach, Yves Saint Laurent, Chanel, Gucci, and Tod's). These flagship stores are some of the largest in the world for these brands, and each retailer has a distinct storefront that carefully merges individual brand identities with the Hawaiian sense of style. On the 2100 block of Kalakaua Avenue, you can also find the seven-foot bronze sculpture of a Hawaiian storyteller — a stunning symbol of cultural preservation.
Hawaii's most distinct shopping and dining destination, it offers more than 120 specialty shops include one-of-a-kind boutiques selling everything from designer maternity wear to bath fixtures and gourmet items. A collection of 19 restaurants, multi-plex theatres and a small farmers market featuring a variety of local produce make this one of the area's most vibrant destinations, especially on weekends.