Shop­ping Cen­ters

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ALA MOANA CEN­TER Its 260+ stores and restau­rants, and Cen­ter Stage en­ter­tain­ment, make it both a so­cial and com­mer­cial com­mon­place. The newly ren­o­vated Ewa Wing Ex­pan­sion in­cludes 650,000 square feet of in­line re­tail­ers and an ad­di­tional 1,000 park­ing spa­ces. alamoana­cen­ 1450 Ala Moana Blvd., 808.955.9517. CEN­TER OF WAIKIKI  Built on the same site as one of the first the­aters in Hawaii, the for­mer his­tor­i­cal build­ing (built in 1936) has since been torn down to make way for this 30,000-square foot spe­cialty re­tail cen­ter which in­cludes Coco Cove, Rip Curl, Foot­locker, Cal­i­for­nia Pizza Kitchen and At­lantis Seafood & Steak as well as over 140 cart ven­dors along Duke’s Lane. 2284 Kalakaua Ave. LUX­URY ROW Flag­ship bou­tiques in­clude Tif­fany & Co., Chanel, Gucci, Yves Saint Lau­rent, Coach, Bot­tega Veneta, Tod’s and Hugo Boss in a park­like set­ting in Waikiki. lux­u­ry­ 2100 Kalakaua Ave., 808.922.2246. ROYAL HAWAI­IAN CEN­TER This newly ren­o­vated cen­ter cov­ers three city blocks and boasts 100+ shops of­fer­ing de­signer ap­parel and gifts. Harry Win­ston, Cartier, Her­mes, Sal­va­tore Fer­rag­amo, and other clas­sic lux­ury re­tail­ers are part of the mix, as well as cof­fee houses and nu­mer­ous restau­rants of­fer­ing in­ter­na­tional cui­sine over four lev­els. Within the com­plex is the Royal Grove, a stand of co­conut trees once num­ber­ing in the thou­sands. The cen­ter’s free Hawai­ian en­ter­tain­ment and cul­tural pro­grams are well-known and well-at­tended. roy­al­hawai­ian­cen­ 2201 Kalakaua Ave., 808.922.2299.

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