Alohata is a relatively historic building, from here the lift up to the top is also a high point, with views of the surrounding area and the sea, and the views are quite good, especially lively
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The building is also a city landmark, many shopping and commercial areas are also distributed here, like the natural scenery here, there are many interesting resources, the whole space is quite atmospheric, she has a good view.
We just passed by and went up to see it, it's not much to say the truth, mainly looking down from the top, in fact, Hawaii is still the most enjoyable thing to play on the beach.
You can climb up to the 10th floor to enjoy the beautiful views of downtown Honolulu. You can park on the streets and walk across and check it out. It is only open from 9-5. You have to go through security and check your bags before you go up!
Shops and restaurants and more shops and more restaurants! Great location.Did you know the Aloha Tower was once the tallest building in Honolulu?
Aloha Tower Marketplace is the spot to catch your Honolulu site seeing cruise but it is also filled with a wide variety of shops, artwork and live music. A great place to hang out away from the crowds of waikiki
What I love most about Aloha Tower Marketplace is the ambiance of the place. The historic tower is worth a visit (there are still bullet holes from World War II). The bars and restaurants here are also pretty fun, though many can be pricey. Most of the shops appeal more to tourists, as I've not found any of them particularly interesting.The biggest downside is parking; there isn't a lot of space, so you'll have to pay.
There were more shops here in the past. Now, it's been converted to dormitories for college students (Hawaii Pacific University). Some restaurants that remain are Gordon Biersch, Hooters, and Nashville Waikiki.