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Aloha Tower Marketplace, Honolulu

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#11 of 16 in Historic Sites in Honolulu
Aloha Tower Marketplace is a mixed-use space now part of Hawai‘i Pacific University, featuring student residences, meeting space, community event areas, and a variety of restaurants designed to serve not only HPU students, but also Hawai‘i residents, and visitors from around the world.

Popular vendors including Nashville, Gordon Biersch, Hooters, and CrossFit Downtown Honolulu anchor this mixed-use commercial and residential community. There is also a Barnes & Noble College store that is open to the public.
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  • We walked around this area on a recent visit to Honolulu. Not much here except a pricey farmers market, book store, and a Hooters. Not classy at all. The Marketplace is located off of Nimitz between d...  more »
  • As of just a few years ago, this used to be a popular and thriving outdoor mall, but on my recent visit I discovered all the stores are gone! I couldn’t believe my eyes! It’s abandoned and actually ra...  more »
  • We were in downtown Honolulu and came across the Aloha Tower. We did not enter or go to the market place. What was interesting about the tower. I read in a magazine interview that when Hawaii was a te...  more »
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  • This is now the location of Hawaii Pacific University. Not only is it a great school, but it's a popular venue for big events. Several shops on sight for your eating pleasure and even a Barnes N Noble focusing on college items. Sitting on the pier, it is perfect for your event. I was there attending a major custom car show and there was also a huge birthday party for a one year old (local custom). Will be attending a New Year's Eve event that could have as many as 7000 attending. Met team from university that handles special events. Great people to work with.
  • A pleasant stop on a walk before whale cruise. We visited historic tower only, with ride in the historic elevator to observation deck. This must be a has been- it was very quiet at 10 am, a surprise since tourism in this town starts before light!
  • We come here to check out the reef fish in the harbor. Fishes enjoy the bread and birds love the bread too. Lots of tourist get dropped off every 30 min to take selfies. Nice ocean and Falls of Clyde backdrop. Bring a hat, full sun blast here.
  • This was supposed to be a tourist attraction with a myriad of small shops and a number of dining venues...for cruise ships and those taking dinner cruises on the Star of Honolulu. Alas, I don't know what happened but it's now housing and classrooms for a local university. A few dining venues have survived, including Gordon Biersch (pretty good), Paniolo Smoke House (inside the bar Nashville Waikiki) with decent BBQ), and Hooters (a pass). Not enough reason for tourists I'm afraid.
  • Another spot we found by accident just walking around downtown. This spot is like a forgotten tourist place which is cool because we had no wait or crowd. You can take an elevator to the 10th floor of the tower and get an amazing view of the water and down town, once your done you can go back down and grab a bite or stop at Barnes and nobles!!

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