The Shops at 505

The Shops at 505, Maui

Situated, as the name implies, at 505 Front Street in Lahaina, this retail complex has an impressive oceanfront setting. Here you’ll find a variety of shops, galleries, boutiques, award-winning restaurants and a remarkable luau show.

At Betty’s Beach Café you can sip a cool Raspberry Cosmopolitan or a refreshing Watermelon Lemonade. Or if you’re feeling hungry, enjoy the beautiful sea view at I’O while tucking into smoked sashimi or marinated calamari steak. Then, if you’re not quite ready to leave, dance the night away at Timba, one of Maui’s hottest nightclubs.

Gallerie 505 is a specialist in international fine art, Maggie Coulombe (apparently a favourite of Jennifer Love Hewitt) stocks high fashion, and for souvenirs, Maui to Go offers great local crafts.

Lei Spa offers a natural body care and beauty treatment collection made right here on Maui. Also, there are not one but two surf schools, capoeira classes, and, for little ones, a children’s centre. These stores and more await shoppers at the Shops at 505 in Lahaina.

The Shops at 505 Overview

  • Located within 10 minutes walking distance from downtown Lahaina
  • Retail complex with a nice oceanfront setting
  • Small outdoor mall has a variety of restaurants, gift shops, boutiques and stores

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Reviews and Comments:
Our cruise ship stopped in Lahaina on October 28th 2019. We had reservations for the luau at le le for that evening. We went to 505 early and did some shopping. When my wife went to use the public rest rooms, they were both closed, and the maintenance man told her she would have to find another one. She went to le le, and explained we had reservations for later and could she use their restroom as the public one was closed. She was told she could not as no one was allowed in early. She went to Pacific’O, and the people there were very polite and let her use theirs. When I tried using the public restrooms, the guy from Maui Maintenance, was rude and told me I would have to get a key from one of the businesses. I also went to Pacific’O, and was treated very polite. I can’t believe the maintenance man was such a jerk to customers, and I would recommend people find other businesses to spend their money, when in Lahaina.
Bob, Sat Dec 07, 2019