Holiday Festivities Begin at Queens’ Marketplace

December 3, 2021, 3:53 PM HST
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Queens’ Marketplace in Waikoloa kicks off its community holiday traditions this weekend.

Weekend festivities start with photos with Santa, who will be at the Clock Tower (between Island Gourmet Markets and Romano’s Macaroni Grill).

Come visit Santa on Dec. 4, 11-12, and 16-19. No reservation is required and pictures with Santa are free, so bring a camera. Visits will be socially distanced and safety protocols will be in place.

Queens’ Marketplace unveiled new holiday decorations in hues of red, rose, gold and orange, which will be up until Dec. 31. Additional decorations include:

  • Over 30 wreaths
  • Eleven Christmas trees, including the spectacular 25-foot tree by the Clock Tower
  • More than 2,000 new ornaments
  • Lifesize gingerbread house
  • Holiday choo-choo train
  • Holiday music throughout the Center
  • Holiday bench for selfies (between Island Gourmet Markets and Romano’s Macaroni Grill)

Queens’ Marketplace launched its first Holiday Gift Guide, which can be found at See a Gift Guide for “her,” “him,” “keiki,” “athletes,” as well as for local products and Christmas lovers.


A Holiday Shopping Savings Pass will be in effect from Dec. 10-12 and will be valid during store hours at participating merchants. Download an exclusive Savings Pass with 20% off deals from participating merchants on The Savings Pass will be available for download on Dec. 8.


Select merchants are now offering phone orders and curbside pick-up. Contact stores and restaurants directly for their offerings. See list of all open merchants at

For more information and rules on special promotions and activities, visit or follow Queens’ Marketplace on Facebook or Instagram @QueensMarketplace.

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