Open-air mall with shops & entertainment Waikiki Beach Walk - Shopping mall in Honolulu, United States

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227 Lewers St, Honolulu, HI 96815



(808) 931-3591

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4.50 (4536 reviews)

Working Hours

  • Friday: 9:30AM to 9PM
  • Saturday: 9:30AM to 9PM
  • Sunday: 9:30AM to 9PM
  • Monday: 9:30AM to 9PM
  • Tuesday: 9:30AM to 9PM
  • Wednesday: 9:30AM to 9PM
  • Thursday: 9:30AM to 9PM


  • Amenities
    • Public restroom
  • Accessibility
    • Wheelchair accessible entrance
  • Service options
    • In-store shopping


  • 5Perkins B. 11 months ago
    Shopping experience opportunities everywhere!

  • 5Johnny E. 1 year ago
    Awesome not as packed as I was lead to believe! We had lots of fun, rented a three wheeled water bike and a kayak! They were fun and very reasonable rent! I would definitely do it again!

  • 5Mai E. 11 months ago
    It is always nice to walk by Waikiki at night. The weather, the music, the shows, and the food are so iconic that you cannot find this atmosphere anywhere. I hope to come back next summer and enjoy this walk again.

  • 5Michelle Y. 1 year ago
    Great for anything and everything all in one spot food is amazing the shops and entertainment a plus

  • 5Ana Marta C. 1 year ago
    Super pleasant area to walk. Several stores and restaurants in this area. Gets busy during the night.

  • 5Rhea's R. 7 months ago
    Clean mall. Very pretty with all the trees and birds. I personally am not a mall person and don't care about the shops so much but this place was aesthetically pleasing to walk through and the 3rd floor had a decent collection of nice restaurants to eat at for dinner.

  • 5Anwesha P. 1 month ago
    Waikiki beach walk is always recommended by everyone. We started from Hilton and had to end the walk on the beach in between as the path was closed at one of the hotels after crossing house without key. Had to walk on the main road after that but the walk is worth and beautiful 😍

  • 5Peter V. 2 months ago
    I always enjoy being here in Waikiki. The walk is a great and friendly place. The shopping is top notch, the variety of restaurants is great. I always recommend visiting the "night market" known as Dukes Marketplace. The vendors are friendly and will make deals on a variety of products and helps the local economy. I have made many friends that always remember me when I visit. It's just a great Island and culture with so many very friendly people. Once here, you are considered "ohana" or "family" and they certainly make you feel that way. I highly recommend utilizing the Trolly and Bus system for getting around. Very affordable and convenient at very affordable prices. I can never say enough good things about Hawaii, the people etc. If you haven't visited, you should put this on your bucket list.

  • 5Alexarc M. 2 months ago
    Do you have too much money? Are you Scrooge McDuck and looking to clear out your gold vault? This is the place for you! Fun for people watching and window shopping. I wish I knew how to pickpocket.

  • 5Arthur MacNew (. 4 months ago
    What a beautiful little corner of the world. Every moment is great birds and plants and trees.

  • 5Sandy A. 2 months ago
    One of the best walks in America. If you're lucky you'll see Clara Stegall playing guitar and singing with her perfect angelic voice on the street.

  • 4SHIH-MIN C. 1 year ago
    A good place to relax.

  • 4Amit P. 1 year ago
    Nice beach close to hotels and restaurants

  • 4Alexandra E. 11 months ago
    Great place to take a stroll, however is very crowded and people not social distancing nor using a mask...this was the reason for 4 ⭐ only ~ Otherwise it would be perfect!

  • 4Anne M. 6 months ago
    There was a small outdoor market with about 8 vendors, 4 food and 4 souvenir tents. I guess it's been going on for a few weeks ... Mondays, from 4-6pm. Will check it out again next week. Nice little event for visitors to try different foods and purchase gifts too take home!

  • 4Live F. 5 months ago
    Went during the winter month of Feb. Beach was pretty packed during the day. Still space to relax and hang out. Was a little crowded during the mid day and sunset. Parking was a bit hard to find for free. Keep a eye on your valuables.

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Last updated: 2022-08-06