Fashion Valley Mall
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- 88%Family Travelers
- 69%Business Travelers
- 62%Budget Travelers
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- Fashion Valley MallJul 15, 2014
Come to Alanic that offers a wide range of Sports Jackets in various colors and patterns. No other online store is as updated as this one. They have all the latest items in their inventory to fulfill the demand of their customers. They are successfully catering to a bunch of satisfied retailers who regularly purchase sports jackets to upgrade their stock.www.alanic.com
- Fashion Valley MallMember ofFamily TravelersJun 25, 2014
High-end outdoor mall with every designer retailer and several restaurants. Department stores include: Bloomingdales, Neiman Marcus, Macy's, JCPenney and Nordstrom. Beware of crowds - you've been warned. Map of the Mall: http://www.simon.com/mall/fashion-valley/mapRecommended for:
- Fashion Valley MallMember ofFoodiesLuxury TravelersHistory Buffs+ 2Apr 14, 2014
Department store heaven for shoppers. Fashion Valley is probably the most well known mall in San Diego for the wide variety of stores it has. Has some high end brand name designer stores as well. Great food options for sitdown as well as the food court. Movie theater. Plenty of parking and the trolley right there as well for accessibility.Recommended for:
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- Fashion Valley MallAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 13Nov 11, 2013
This mall has really high-end shops & is a lot of fun to explore! A lot of department stores and designer outlets. Parking can be tough but it's worth the wait. Try some if the amazing restaurants such a True Food Kitchen!Recommended for:
- Fashion Valley MallApr 25, 2013
For those of you who are upscale shoppers, this is your place...everything from Sacks Fifth to Bloomingdale's, to Noordies and everything in between...many designers have stores here too - Louis Vuitton, Coach, Armani, Banana Republic, Forever 21, Burberry, Hugo Boss, MAC, Sephora,, Gap, Guess, Godiva, H&M, Hermes, Holister, J Crew, Juicy Couturier, BCBG, LEGO, Chicos, Gucci, Lucky, Max Mara, Microsoft, Rolex, Sony, Steve Madden, Ugg, Victoria's Secret, William & Sonoma, Prada, White House/Black Market, Papyrus, Z Gallery, Betsy Johnson, Tiffany to name a few. Also, AMC theathers with stadium style seating. Cheesecake Factory, PF Changs, True Food and CPK as well as a GREAT food court featuring Rubios, Haagan Dazs Ice Cream & Starbucks Coffee. A play ground area for the toddlers is in the Macy's Corridor too!Recommended for:
- Fashion Valley MallMar 25, 2013
Though sometimes it feels overwhelmingly big and parking can be a huge pain, this is my favorite mall in San Diego. The selection is excellent (you have everything from cheap fast-fashion stores to mid-range priced fashion stores to luxury boutiques) and it will take you a long time before you get bored here. There's almost too much to browse through. On top of that, Fashion has the best food court I've seen in San Diego (plus nicer sit-down restaurants), and a big theater on one end. It's huge and open/outdoors, so it's extremely walk-able.
- Fashion Valley MallMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness Travelers+ 5Jul 05, 2012
the Fashion Valley Mall is a really great outdoor mall that has very interesting people flow strategies with its foot bridges and escalator that criss cross and zig zag throughout the mall.
- Fashion Valley MallMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 11Jul 05, 2012
Fashion Valley Shopping Center is perhaps the premiere shopping mall in San Diego County. It is centrally located to be accessed from all parts of San Diego, and because it is near Hotel Circle, where perhaps 20 diferent hotels are located for tourists, it has a lot of tourists visiting, too.
The mall is huge, and it has gone much more upscale than in the past. So it has a lot of designer boutique stores that both locals and tourists alike can enjoy.
So if you are used to South Coast Plaza (Orange County), Union Square (San Francisco), Valley Fair/Santana Row (San Jose), Ala Moana (Honolulu), Stanford (Palo Alto) or similar upscale malls from where you are from, you'll be happy to be shopping here when you are on vacation.
PS - Because it is in a location with great weather year round, it is not enclosed, but open to the air, giving you less of a clausterphobic feeling.Recommended for:
- Fashion Valley MallAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureStudentsBackpackersAdventure TravelersFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
I've never been very fond of this mall, but I'm not exactly sure why. Perhaps the ambience is not as enjoyable as Horton Plaza (for me, at least), but there is the added bonus of an 18-screen movie theater...although that makes parking a nightmare. Fashion Valley has some of the best retail shopping in San Diego, with top brand names including Gucci, Coach, and Juicy Couture. The shopping center is only open until 9 during the week, though, and 7 on Sundays.
- Fashion Valley MallJul 04, 2012
So I am not a huge fan of malls, but as malls come, this one is alright. In no way would I put Fashion Valley on my San Diego vacation agenda, but if you need to get a shopping fill, this is the ONLY mall I would suggest. With a pretty big Nordstroms, Jcrew, Banana, Anthropologie, a movie theatre, etc. it does pretty well for itself.
- Fashion Valley MallMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 7Jul 04, 2012
Not that bad of a mall... it would be better if it had a cinnabon though (does it? i don't remember seeing one). all the other fancy shmancy stuff there reminds me of being back home in the south bay...
minus one star for making me home sick.