Getting to 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.
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.
TheBus has a great website for getting more information about bus routes and times.
City Sightseeing Hawaii or the “AlohaBus” provides a convenient transportation service to Aloha Tower Marketplace from 22 other pick up locations in Waikiki, Honolulu and Pearl Harbor. The AlohaBus arrives every 20 minutes and runs 7 days a week, including holidays from 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. One-day passes for all 3 Loops are available on their website: www.alohabus.com For more information about the AlohaBus call: 1-808-457-4300
Red Line Trolley
The Red Line Trolley or the “Honolulu City Line” provides a convenient transportation service to Aloha Tower Marketplace from 8 other locations including Waikiki. The trolley arrives every 55 minutes, 7 days a week, including holidays from 11:15 a.m. – 5:45 p.m. One-day pass for all four trolley lines is sold for $30. at the DFS Galleria trolley ticket booth in Waikiki and Ala Moana Center.
For more information about the trolley call:
By Cruise Ship
Lucky visitors arriving by cruise ship will usually debark at Piers 10 & 11. From there it’s just a short stroll to Aloha Tower and the Marketplace.
Additional information and guest services can be obtained at the cruise ship kiosk located in the Boat Day Promenade across from Chai’s Island Bistro.
By Taxi or Limousine
Platinum Limousine is recommended by Aloha Tower. Their award-winning service has earned them the honor of being voted “Hawaii’s Best” by the Honolulu Star Bulletin and Midweek, as well as the “Best of Honolulu” for Wedding Planning, in 2008. 2009 and 2010. They offer the largest fleet of Hawaii Limousines and Honolulu Limo choices in the state. Platinum Limousine also provides drivers fluent in Japanese, Filipino and Spanish.
Talk to our friendly “Ambassador of Aloha”
For more information, please our Ambassadors of Aloha at 808-566-2337.