Queen Kaahumanu Center

Updated on:
November 5, 2014

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The Queen Kaahumanu Center is Maui’s largest shopping mall. It is at 275 West Kaahumanu Avenue in Kahului, Maui’s largest city.  Phone 808-877-3369.

The Queen K Center is the location of Maui’s only two major department stores, Macy’s and Sears.  It has a six-screen movie theater.  It also has a Bath & Body Works, Blue Ginger, Foodland, Famous Footwear, Kay Jewelers, Long’s Drugs, Toys R Us, Radio Shack, Ben Franklin, Starbucks, Game Stop, GNC, Lenscrafters, American Eagle, Hallmark, Victoria’s Secret, Foot Locker, spa, food court, and over 100 stores and restaurants.  The two full-service restaurants with wide variety menus are Koho Grill and Any Kine Diner.  This shopping center is an open-air mall with a striking sail-like white covering.  This is the place where local Maui residents as well as visitors shop.

 
 

For a COUPON for a free island-style luggage tag at Queen Kaahumanu Center, subscribe to the Maui vacation newsletter, and an email will be sent to you with coupons for many Maui restaurants.

If you have to check out of your hotel early on your last day on Maui, and you have time to wait before your flight departs, you can store your luggage free at Queen Kaahumanu Center while you dine at their restaurants, shop in any of their stores, watch a movie in their large theater, use their spa, check out their museum, or keep your kids busy in the children’s amusement center.

Queen Kaahumanu Center is open seven days per week.  They have free hula shows or a farmers market on some days.  The Center is named after Queen Kaahumanu (1768-1832), one of the wives of King Kamehameha. The shopping center was built in 1972, extensively remodeled in 1995, and has 572,896 square feet of leasable area.

Queen Kaahumanu Shopping Center Photos

Queen Kaahumanu Center

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