Port of Honolulu

Port Of Honolulu


Experience the Marketplace


Cruise ships and luxury yachts at the Marketplace piers.

Hawaii’s unique festival Marketplace surrounds historic Aloha Tower

Spectacular sunset views, the hottest in Hawaii entertainment, divine cuisine and superb shopping all under one roof draws locals

and visitors alike to this lively Marketplace located right on the pier at Honolulu Harbor.


Aloha Tower Marketplace is the only place in the nation that combines a visitor attraction (Aloha Tower), shops, restaurants, and a

working commercial harbor facility.

It's fun to feed the tropical fish that swim in the clear water around the piers.


Take a stroll though the historic Honolulu Harbor area and experience the romance of Hawaii from a bygone era. There are several

outdoor signs located in the Marketplace and piers that feature interesting historical facts and photographs.


Look around and you’ll see the harbor-sensitive architecture. Architects carefully designed the Marketplace to complement its beautiful

location at Honolulu Harbor, with the designer going as far as selecting a special shade of green for the roof tiles to blend in with the

Waterfront and the 8,750 square-foot, two tiered food court designed like a ship’s deck complete with flying fish. In addition, “territorial-

style” architecture reminiscent of Honolulu in the 1930s and 1940s is showcased throughout Aloha Tower Marketplace.


The Marketplace is located midway between the Honolulu International Airport and Waikiki. 


The Aloha Tower Marketplace is just steps from downtown Honolulu.



Experience the Marketplace


Convenient Central Location

Aloha Tower Marketplace is the waterfront boundary of Honolulu’s central business district. Located at 1 Aloha Tower Drive, it is just one block waterside of the intersection of Nimitz Highway and Bishop Street. Pedestrian crosswalks are located at the Bishop Street and Fort Street Mall intersections with Nimitz Highway. Honolulu’s colorful Chinatown is just a few blocks away.


By Car

Aloha Tower Marketplace has easy access from all major roads and freeways. Valet and self parking is available at the Marketplace and there are several parking garages nearby.


By City Bus

“TheBus” makes regular scheduled stops near the Aloha Tower Marketplace.

By Bus to the Aloha Tower Marketplace from Waikiki

Take any one of the following buses:
# 19 or 20 and get off on Alakea Street and Hotel Nimitz Highway
# 2 or 13 and get off on Bishop and Hotel street
After getting off the bus, walk down towards the ocean and across Nimitz Highway at a crosswalk.

Returning to Waikiki by Bus

Take the following buses:

#2, 13 from Hotel street and Bishop Street, or

#19, 20, 42 from King and Bishop Street or

#55, 56, 57, 65 from Aloha Tower Drive (in front of the Hawaii Maritime Center) Get off at the Ala Moana Beach park bus stop where you can transfer to Waikiki-bound buses.



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