Waterfront mall with shops & restaurants Aloha Tower Marketplace - Shopping mall in Honolulu, United States

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1 Aloha Tower Dr, Honolulu, HI 96813




(808) 544-1453

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4.00 (2104 reviews)

Working Hours

  • Friday: 8AM to 10PM
  • Saturday: 8AM to 10PM
  • Sunday: 8AM to 10PM
  • Monday: 8AM to 10PM
  • Tuesday: 8AM to 10PM
  • Wednesday: 8AM to 10PM
  • Thursday: 8AM to 10PM


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


  • 5Jasmine M. 11 months ago
    Another fantastic shopping center with luxury stores and tourist stores nearby. Lots of musicians in the streets. So fun.

  • 5Olivia Hutchinson v. 1 year ago
    The only one Club open in Aloha Tower The Beach House Club I love the Music not too much Pupus for sale

  • 5Annette B. 2 years ago
    Love this mall, so many options! High end shopping at it's best.

  • 5Hope C. 4 months ago
    We went to the night market with muscle car show and food trucks with crafts and live music. Good times great food.

  • 5Victor W. 6 months ago
    Good spot with lots of restaurants and stores. Beautiful clock tower at night as well. Also happened to see a beautiful multi million dollar yacht docked at Pier 9.

  • 5Marcia W. 3 months ago
    The tower was closed for reconstruction, but the Spaghetti Factory was there, good food. The area was nice to walk around. Norwegian Cruise Ship docks nearby.

  • 5Nathan C. 4 months ago
    Beautiful peace of architecture, weekends here can be lovely with live music and open bars all around double check their website for tickets.

  • 4Jp B. 1 year ago
    They have some cool chill places to check out here but it's also a college

  • 3Al G. 1 year ago
    Home to Hawaii Pacific University, the Spaghetti Warehouse, and Aloha Tower. We ate at the Warehouse and left satisfied. They had not been open at this location that long before COVID came along. Highly recommend giving them a try. The Tower is still closed due to COVID restrictions. We have been before and it is small part of Honolulu history that hopefully won't disappear. The University too is closed at present. It's a unique campus setting and makes good use of underutilized commercial space. If you have read this far into the review you might be wondering if this place is worth your time. We enjoyed the time spent walking around watching the large boats in the harbor. I would say yes, go grab a bite to eat, take a stroll, and get away from the crowds for a bit.

  • 3Blaine P. 1 year ago
    The market place is kinda baren now due to the college owning the property now.

  • 3puion C. 11 months ago
    There only one restaurant open is spaghetti factory, and rest are HPU collage . But closely as covid-19. Parking are a little expensive. But picture of the sun set are so beautiful. This would worlthy as see the beautiful harbor.

  • 2Blanca C. 11 months ago
    This place was empty and lonely. All the stores and restaurants were closed.

  • 2Lilian H. 4 months ago
    Not much unless you are visiting HPU or looking for the Old Spaghetti Factory. Used to be so much nicer back in the days with Don Ho's & Gordon Biersch...

  • 2Kailasa I. 1 month ago
    Folks parking here need to be aware of the "validation" system. WITH a validated sticker, you ONLY get 1 hour 'free'. 1 minute, or more, over that is $2 dollars for each hour OR FRACTION of. There is supposedly a 15 minute "grace period", but that's IF you ONLY park for 15 minutes or less. Also, I've never seen this lot cleaned, so anymore there are PILES of tree shedding to track into VEHICLE carpets.

  • 2. 3 months ago
    In its former days this area was filled with dining and shopping options. Now it's a campus for HPU students and it's former glory of the cool place to hang out has been lost in memories. It's sad to see a former late night hang out for the community turn into a quiet campus for rich mainland kids. There are a couple restaurants still clinging to dear life, but it's not the same. Even the old Gordon Biersch brewery hung up its saddle for the last time and called it quits. It was the long time hold out, but it finally had to fold. I'm giving 2 stars because the tower still looks nice, and there is still 1 bar that really hopping several nights per week, but even from the outside, it smells like bourbon street. (Not a good thing)

  • 1s. 1 month ago
    It's NOT a marketplace anymore!!! It's a College classrooms and dorms! They Kicked Out all of the shops and restaurants!!! Forget about this place, it's better to just go somewhere else! The ONLY Redeeming feature about this place is the Old Spaghetti Factory Restaurant! That's a Great place to go for a nice meal!

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Last updated: 2022-08-06