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Aloha Tower Marketplace, Honolulu

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  • Once Aloha Tower was the tallest building on Honolulu and probably had a fantastic view of the more populated valleys of the Koolau mountain range. I missed my chance as now there is a wall of concret...  more »
  • People have less and quiet. So much than just the Aloha Tower and stop by on my way home from downtown just may be better. But 10 years ago, was more lively and I.
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  • Free entrance. You walk under the building and let the security person check your belongings. Then you can take the elevator to the level 10. The view is so nice. Must come to visit here. 
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  • Great little country bar, wish we could have gone back at night.
  • Good place to stop on the red line trolly. The driver takes a break here for 15 min so good chance for a quick photo op from top of the aloha tower.
  • Concert parking is $3 for 30 minutes, first hour free, max cost is $30! No seats for concerts so wear comfortable footwear, or buy couple CDs and stay home listen!
  • Very scenic. Definitely check out the best top of the tower, open to the public during the day.
  • Went there a few months ago and it seemed like a ghost town except for a couple of restaurants and a few other businesses. Many shops were vacant. It seemed that a college had bought a lot of the space in the marketplace. The tower was free to visit and includes an elevator to take you to the top where you can get some pretty nice views of the surrounding area. I wouldn't go out of my way to visit this place though.