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Waikiki's experience would not be complete without discovering its style. You can find a wide range of outlets that feature something for everyone. From fine designer boutiques to authentic Hawaiian apparel and souveniers, Waikiki offers the ultimate fashions and designs in Honolulu. In Waikiki you’ll find everything from local specialty shops and one-of-a-kind boutiques to popular national retailers and high-end stores.

Beyond the Aloha shirt (Hawaiian shirt) and muumuu (Hawaiian dress) you’ll discover a variety of unique local merchandise including Hawaiian jewelry, quilts, art, ceramics, books, and fashion. Specialty foods to take home include Kona coffee, macadamia nuts, preserves, and other snacks.

With only a 4.166% excise tax on retail purchases, plan on packing another bag on your trip back from Hawaii.

Shopping Directory

In Waikiki you’ll find everything from local specialty shops and one-of-a-kind boutiques to popular national retailers and high-end stores.

> Listing of shops in Waikiki

Luxury Row

2100 Kalakaua Avenue, the address of eight luxury boutiques and known as the "elegant block" in Waikiki, unveiled its new name of Luxury Row at its recent anniversary event.

Home to Tiffany & Co., Coach, Gucci, Yves saint Laurent, Chanel, Bottega Veneta, Tod's and Hugo Boss, Luxury Row offers 111,000 square feet of shopping in the heart of Waikiki's urban and beach resort district.

> Listing of shops in Luxury Row

Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center

Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center offers 293,000 square feet of pure shoppers' delight. With its more than 100 shops and restaurants, the Center has something for everyone. Along the four-tiered three buildings, you can purchase everything from fine designer apparel to fun-in-the-sun apparel, from fine jewelry to costume jewelry and Hawaiian treasures, from fine dining in many restaurants to dining on hot dogs and ice cream. There are boutiques, sporting-good stores, sports shops, jewelry stores, craft shops and practically everything else conceivable – all in the very center of Waikiki.

> Listing of shops in the Royal Hawaiian Shopping Center

Waikiki Beach Walk

Discover delights. Stroll through a sea of possibility. This is where you can browse for genuine Hawaiian keepsakes, authentic local crafts or the latest in trendy fashions. Surrounded by a lush landscape and lofty glass canopies this is shopping island style. From urban-chic to island-funk, shoppers will discover worldly fashions as diverse and cosmopolitan as Hawaii itself.

> Listing of shops in the Waikiki Beach Walk

International Marketplace

The International Market Place has been an island tradition for years upon years. With over 130 carts, shops and artisan stands, this open-air setting in the heart of Waikiki remains a must-see-and-do for that special gift or souvenir. Take time to talk story with the local craftspeople, and snap a photo by a cascading waterfall under a century-old banyan, original home of Donn the Beachcomber. The International Food Court offers a variety of local and international cuisine, plus free Hawaiian entertainment five nights a week. Open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. 2330 Kalakaua Ave., next to Waikiki Town Center.

> Listing of shops in the International Marketplace

Hilton Hawaiian Village


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