Shopping Guide: T Galleria Hawaii
A luxury shopping mecca, T Galleria Hawaii is 4-stories tall and boasts close to 200 designer brands in it’s Waikiki location positioned along Royal Hawaiian and Kalakaua Avenues. As part of a rebrand from Duty Free, T Galleria by DFS was born in 2013. From exclusive fashions, to fine beauty and gourmet gifts this is a destination shopping experience for the world-class traveler.
Separated by floor level, the domestic shopper (a person not traveling internationally) is free to browse and make purchases on the first and second floors (prices are as stated). Here you will find an impressive collection of Hawaii-inspired products, exclusive designer brands including Marc Jacobs, Polo by Ralph Lauren and Michael Kors. Gourmet and delicious edible local treats from Hawaiian King and Big Island Candies are bountiful along with prized homegrown coffees. This is the perfect stop for Hawaii memorabilia, apparel and fine island gifts for friends and loved ones.
On the second floor, the finest in fashion, accessories and beauty are in abundance. From Kiehl’s to Chanel and Dior, T Galleria beauty guides and advisors are standing by to assist with answering questions, providing application, hands-on services including facials, foot & hand massages and in-person tutorials. Accessories including sought after handbags by Coach, Kate Spade and Tory Burch are just a few of the many notable designers showcased.
In addition to offering duty-free shopping on the third floor, for internationally-bound travelers with proof of ticketing (within 30 days), the galleria also features store services including a shopping concierge, by appointment complimentary skincare and makeup application, gift wrapping, WiFi and shuttle service.
Also available on the third floor, you’ll find the pinnacle in luxury items including Balenciaga, Hermes and Salvatore Ferragamo. The finest watches, fragrances, fashions and jewelry are showcased within the designer in-store boutiques and exclusive member’s only lounge.
Although considered a luxurious shopping destination there is something for everyone at a broad range of price points. The galleria also provides currency exchange, price matching on best selling items and exclusive savings found nowhere else.
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