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- 98%Luxury Travelers
- 73%Local Culture
- 71%Family Travelers
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- Beverly CenterMember ofLuxury TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 4Nov 06, 2013
Big American mall. Upscale but a bit dated. The Bloomingdales is nice but the mall isn't particularly special or tourism-worthy unless you are from overseas and just need a one stop shop for branded goods.Recommended for:
- Beverly CenterMember ofLuxury TravelersFamily TravelersFoodies+ 5Dec 19, 2013
If you're in LA and love to shop, Beverly Center is a great option. Now, there are tons of shopping hubs in LA (The Grove, 3rd Street Promenade, Melrose, Rodeo Drive), and each one has its pros/cons. I'd go here if you:
- Want a 90% chance of finding that something you need right away (like a dress for tonight's cocktail party in four hours). There's tons of stores, as well as Macy's and Bloomies here. The contemporary women's sections in both Macy's and Bloomies here are expansive (unlike Macy's at Westfield Century City).
- Are staying in West Hollywood and want to find the closest/biggest mall. Beverly Center is near the SLS Hotel, Hotel Sofitel, and Crescent Hotel to name a few.
- Don't want to go far after a lunch at one of the many great restaurants on 3rd street nearby (e.g. Doughboys).
For an outdoor shopping experience, go to The Grove or Santa Monica Place
- Beverly CenterMember ofBudget TravelersFamily TravelersSep 13, 2013
One of the best shopping mall in LA. From Gucci to Louis Vuitton to Forever 21, they have all the best brands in the world. If you are travelling with kids, I won't recommend to visit this mall, they don't have playground for kids.Recommended for:
- Beverly CenterMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesMay 23, 2013
They took away the free parking!! Damn it
I like the look and feel of this mall. But because of where it's located, I never really have that much of an urge to visit. If i happen to be in the area though, I def don't mind dropping in. Lots of beautiful women shop at this mall. A big plus in my book.
Shops: I'm a guy so i'm only interested in shops like Foot locker. This might be my favorite footlocker too.
Food Court: your typical food court. nothing there is appetizing to me
Parking: large parking structure is just about your only option
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- Beverly CenterAug 09, 2012
This is probably my favorite place to shop in the LA area. The mall is large and sometimes a hot spot for celebrities. But the main point is that it's got ALL the stores you'd ever be interested in from a nice selection of Rodeo Dr to your typical Gap and American Eagle.
You will also find a healthy selection of department stores there that I enjoy browsing.
- Beverly CenterMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 12Jul 05, 2012
This mall has a lot of stores to keep you interested (H&M, Armani Exchange, Aldo, BCBG, L'Occitane, Forever 21, Henry Bendel, Club Manaco, Victoria's Secret).
2 things that I don't like about it:
1) Parking can get pretty darn confusing and intimidating for those not used to driving around crazy, aggressive drivers and steep inclines (I stalled here once when I JUST learned how to drive manual - not pretty). Plus, the mall itself is in a very congested area.
2) No good food options. The only decent place is Chipotle, which you can only enter by having to walk outside of the mall first. They do have Grand Luxe Cafe (which I've never been to) and The Capital Grille, which is more of a special occasion type place.
- Beverly CenterJul 04, 2012
This sprawling shopping center reminds me of a concrete consumer prison. It has little to no windows or natural light. There are LOTS of shops here, so if you're on a serious shopping mission and really have a lot of things on your list I guess this would be a one stop shop, but I just get lost and overwhelmed. It doesn't have any of the charm of The Grove or the light of a Westfield. I usually steer clear.
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