Prince Kuhio Plaza is an exciting shopping, dining and entertainment plaza in Hilo, Hawaii.
It is the largest enclosed mall on the Island of Hawaii. The Plaza consists of a central mall building and a number of outlying buildings. The main building has four anchor tenant spaces. These are occupied by Sears, Macy’s and Sports Authority. Other major tenants include Prince Kūhiō Stadium Cinemas, a nine screen movie theatre and Long’s Drugs, which is located in an outlying building.
The mall, along with three adjacent big-box retail centers, forms the core retail area of Hilo and its surrounding communities.
It is named for Prince Jonah Kūhiō Kalanianaʻole (1871–1922) who served as Congressional Delegate from 1903 to 1922.