Queens Marketplace

Quees Marketplace – Shopping, Dining, and More in a Resort-Style Mall in Waikoloa Village
Local Expert's Rating:
4 / 5
The Bottom Line:

When you want to shop your heart out, dine at amazing restaurants, and get all your errands done in one place, set your sights on the Queens Marketplace. Set in the Waikoloa Village, this resort-style mall simply has it all. Community events and other happenings arrive onsite all throughout the year, making this one-stop-shop the full package.

- The HawaiianIslands.com Local Expert Team

Whenever you want to stretch your legs and shop around for a bit, the Queen’s Marketplace is a great place to go in Waikoloa Village. The resort-style mall layout gives you quick access to all the top retailers selling essentials, souvenirs, and everything in between. At this marketplace, you can find apparel, beach gear, jewelry, artwork, and housewares of all kinds. The retailers range from everyday stores to high-end boutiques, making it easy to find a little something for everyone.

As you browse all the shops onsite, you’re sure to work up an appetite. Thankfully, you won’t have to go far to satisfy your cravings. All across the mall, you have more than a dozen eateries to choose from, serving everything from pizza to sushi. Wine bars and rum shacks let you kick your day into high gear in an instant, while the coffee shop always has the pick-me-up you need.

Although you’re welcome to eat onsite at most of the eateries, it’s often nicer to grab your selections to go and head out into the courtyard. The open-air seating provides a refreshing place to kick back and relax before continuing on with your day.

Even while vacationing in paradise, errands often find their way back onto your schedule. So, keep your eye out for opportunities to handle your obligations in between all your shopping and dining fun. The many service centers onsite let you manage your banking, beauty needs, and so much more. You can even sign up for a yoga class if you’d like to work a little extra exercise into your day.

You’ll find all the following venues at this mall:


  • BikeWorks Beach & Sports
  • Blue Ginger
  • Cariloha
  • Claire’s
  • Crocs
  • Da Big Bags
  • Genesis Galleries
  • Hawaii Fluid Art
  • Hawaiian Quilt Collection
  • Island Pearls by Maui Divers Jewelry
  • Kona Surf N’ Sandals
  • Lava Light Galleries
  • Lids
  • Mahina
  • Malibu Shirts
  • Mashka Jewelry
  • Olivia Clare Boutique
  • Pacific Nature
  • PacSun
  • Quiksilver
  • Reyn Spooner
  • SoHa Living
  • Sunglass Hut
  • Volcom


  • Aloha Wine Bar
  • Bistro at the Cinemas
  • Charley’s Thai Cuisine
  • Dairy Queen/Orange Julius
  • Island Gourmet Markets
  • Island Greens
  • Kuleana Rum Shack
  • Mauna Kea Tropical Treats
  • Romano’s Macaroni Grill
  • Sansei Seafood, Steak & Sushi Bar
  • Starbucks
  • Waikoloa Pizza
  • Waikoloa Shrimp Co.


  • Fidelity National Title & Escrow of Hawaii
  • Hawai’i Life Real Estate Brokers
  • Hilton Grand Vacations Club
  • Home River Group
  • Kona Coast Vacations
  • Kor Salon
  • Kozy’s Tiki Palace
  • Rider Levett Bucknall
  • Waikoloa Dental Clinic
  • Waikoloa Luxury Cinemas
  • Windermere C and H Properties
  • Yoga Barre

Community events land here on the regular as well, including the ever-popular Annual Waikoloa Ukulele Festival. At that event, you get to bring your own ukulele and jam out with the best of the best on the island. An informative workshop starts the day, and then live entertainment across three stages fills out the rest of the schedule.

Other fun events to attend at this mall include the Lavaman Triathlon, 4th of July Extravaganza, and HallowQueen. They’re adding new things all the time, too, so you never know what’s going to happen each year. You just have to keep a close eye on their website to see what events are coming up. Or sign up for their email list to get event updates sent straight to your inbox. Then, plan your trip to the mall to enjoy all the fun activities before going on all your shopping and dining adventures.

Insider Tips:
-If you’d like a convenient way to get around town, pay the small fee to ride the Waikoloa Shopping Trolley. The trolley goes to all the top locations nearby including the Kings’ Shops down the street.
-Look for opportunities to submit your receipts on their website in support of their fundraising efforts for local kids and other noble pursuits. During these fundraisers, they’ll donate a percentage of the money spent at their mall during the indicated time period.