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.Before you head to Honolulu, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Honolulu itinerary maker website , to make sure you see all that Honolulu has to offer, including Aloha Tower Marketplace.
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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trip115September 23, 2017
Das Wahrzeichen von Honolulu und früher der Punkt an dem die ankommenden Schiffe empfangen wurden. Den Tower sollte man wegen des historischen Fahrstuhls und der Aussicht auf Honolulu besuchen. Den Ma... more »The landmark of Honolulu and formerly the point on which the incoming ships were received. You should visit the tower because of the historical elevator and the views of Honolulu. You can forget the marketplace. Almost only vacancies in the shops.
kenken1010August 4, 2017
アロハタワー・マーケットプレイスの先端で最も海に近いゴードン・ビアーシュで、船や港を眺め心地よい風に吹かれて美味しいビールと料理を楽しむのはなかなかよいものです。今は出店が減って淋しいマーケットプレイスの建物ですが、その空いたスペースにハワイ・パシフィック・ユニバーシティの学生寮が建物の2階から上に、商業施設のある1階にも大学の教室が少し前に移ってきたようです。これによって寂れた風景が変わるのでし... more »Closest to the ocean at the tip of the Aloha tower marketplace Gordon Biersch in ship and port pleasant view blowing in wind, enjoy a tasty beer and food is pretty good. Is lonely marketplace building fewer stores now, but into the vacated space for Hawaii Pacific University residence halls from the second floor of the building, commercial is on ground floor classroom of the University is a little like moved before. Though not the hustle and bustle of this desolate landscape changes so ginger, I used immigrants and tourists who came by boat to return would be me 吹ki返shite breath is somewhat. View tower to Aloha Tower view of Honolulu Harbor, to stand on the other side of downtown, also down the Aloha Tower is attacked by the illusion looks like a place and look along the quay of large buildings, there was immigration and customs, is brimming over with immigrants. I wonder if was really was the place more of a wonder and imagination will be sparked.
BinedieGraefinJuly 9, 2017
Der Aloha Tower wurde am 11. September 1926 eröffnet um, als Leuchtturm, Schiffe sicher in den Hafen zu leiten. Den Turm sieht man aus bis zu einer Entfernung von 15 Seemeilen. Mittlerweile wird der A... more »Aloha tower was opened on September 11, 1926 to, as a lighthouse, to guide ships safely into port. You can see from the tower to a distance of 15 miles. Meanwhile, the Aloha Tower is no longer a beacon used. Today he is a conspicuous landmark that welcomes especially tourists from cruise ships, the "statue of liberty" of Honolulu. Because the large Grüter port is further to the North, direction airport. In the vicinity of the Aloha towers only cruise ships stop here. The Aloha Tower, you can also visit and climb up. This, the 10th floor serves as a viewing platform to consider E.g. the port and Honolulu. If you're planning a larger event such as a wedding, can book him even as a venue. To protect the Aloha Tower during the second world war, it has taken my opinion to an unusual means. In the second world war the tower was from the U.S.-controlled military and camouflage painted colors to make it difficult for enemy aircraft to see to destroy him at night. The colors have been removed again until 1947. The Aloha market place is located next to the Aloha Tower. Until a few years ago, it was a shopping centre. The Aloha market place for the people who came from the ship, was particularly popular to shop there. But shuttles intercepted refurbished bus the tourists directly to the past a ship, to Waikiki and Ala Moana to bring her shopping center. Therefore, this shopping mall over the time is unfortunately more and more extinct. To the point where there were no shops at all. Only two restaurant (Hooters and the Gordon Biersch) remain to this day. In recent years, this former shopping centre new life was breathed. The HPU (Hawaii Pacific University) has bought the entire complex and furnished student apartments and lecture halls. A short visit is worth as the Aloha Tower and the market place provide great photo opportunities. You can find more experiences and tips for a perfect Hawaii vacation by me on hawaii travel tipps.de.
Brian LawtonMay 19, 2017
It was amazing how this place has changed from a mall to Hawaii Pacific University. They have done a really great job on dorm rooms and classrooms. There is also hooter, Nashville's and a crossfit gym.
Alannah LoriMay 24, 2017
We were there early in the morning and every shops were closed. It was a bit surreal. So calm and beautiful.
Catie NguyenJuly 4, 2017
It's no longer a shopping mall but HPU dorm. A bit of a surprised and disappointed but all for the best, I guess. Some restaurants are still there - hooters, gordon biersh for an afternoon cocktail.
HongsJanuary 11, 2017
I don't come here to eat because there are not many restaurants that I like. It's not a good place of shopping either...What I like is the Aloha Tower! It's the landmark and got famous because of the TV Hawaii Five O. On New Year's Eve, this place might be packed with people going to party and if you love party around, come here on special party occasions and have fun. On 12/31, there shot fireworks hourly at 9 p.m. to midnight 12 p.m. The firework before 12 p.m. however is only ONE minute long but if you don't like to stay up late you can enjoy the fireworks before bed, and call it a good year. ;)
Tobias EnseleMay 19, 2017
Definitely not the place it was years ago. Mostly empty shops due to leases and Hawaii Pacific University upstairs. Gordon Biersch still rocks though!
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