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This main old boulevard in Waikiki is not what it was in 1974 when I lived nearby. Like everything else it grew and changed, losing its nostalgic feel. It is more like Hollywood’s Rodeo Drive than touristy road of yesteryear. It is not a casual...More
This is a very busy main drag in Waikiki. There are many tourists shopping and walking to bars or restaurants. There are many street performers and street vendors next to the shops too. Very lively and crowded street.
Kalākaua Avenue is a renowned shopping street in Waikiki. Even if you don’t buy anything, you can enjoy window shopping. All major hotels are nearby. So, if you go to Hawai’i, you go necessarily to this shopping area.
It is like the main drag of any other big city. Can get crowded. Can be interesting. Endless shops. All kinds of places to eat and drink.
The only sad part , is the volume of wandering, lost, lonely souls. Severe mental illness is a...More
We liked our hotel (Outrigger Beach Resort) a lot, and we enjoyed the wide variety of shopping and restaurants. BUT, we fell for a slick sales pitch at Oceane. We feel we were misled by a salesman there who did not inform us at all...More
With the new International Market finished, Rodeo Drive and Fifth Avenue have nothing on Kalakaua Ave when it comes to designer names and upscale shopping. Love to browse the shops and see what the rich and wealthy are spending their money on. But, the best...More
A fun place to see the shops and restaurants of Waikiki. Don't go out too late as the homeless have made it a bit unsafe . But definitely go and shop, take a look at the surfers, eat a great meal on the ocean front...More
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We always stay at Hilton Hawaiian Village which is about half a mile north of the shopping area. There's lots of good hotels right alongside the main shopping area too, depending on how much you want to spend, such as... More
We always stay at Hilton Hawaiian Village which is about half a mile north of the shopping area. There's lots of good hotels right alongside the main shopping area too, depending on how much you want to spend, such as Sheraton and Halekulani; and there's also another Hilton that's one block back from the beach.