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- 98%Family Travelers
- 84%Local Culture
- 75%Budget Travelers
- 74%Business Travelers
- 72%Art & Design Lovers
- 72%Luxury Travelers
User Reviews (27 Reviews)
- Westfield Horton PlazaMember ofBudget TravelersFoodiesNightlife LoversJan 27, 2014
I would make this one of my first stops after picking up the rental near the airport. Unfortunately I don't come around as often since they changed their parking policy. You could validate your ticket for up to 90 minutes in their machines, but now you have to make a purchase of at least $10, then show the receipt to concierge before getting your validation. Too much work! However, this is a nice multi-level shopping center smack dab in the Gaslamp if you plan to do some retail damage.
- Westfield Horton PlazaAmbassadorMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 13Jan 09, 2014
Remember where you parked, this parking lot it tricky! Some nice stores: Aldo, Macys, Nordstrom, Sanrio but otherwise I have no real need to come here. Great for bringing tourist or friends who've never been!
Cool features: interesting design, nice tile work throughout & a life-size chess board!
- Westfield Horton PlazaMember ofFoodiesNov 30, 2012
This mall is sort of like a maze sometimes. There are about 5 floors, well sort of. There's a comedy place on the top floor now so that is pretty cool. They offer 3 free hours of parking in the horton plaza parking lot with validation so if you want, you can venture out to the downtown area for a bit before hopping into the car to go home.
- Westfield Horton PlazaAug 23, 2012
It's a cute, maze-like Alice in Wonderland kind of mall but the problem is that it's also like a maze.
Discovery: Not as great as Fashion Valley in terms of stores but the parking is horrendous. You would think a mall with it's own parking structure would be convenient, but the parking structure is like a maze sometimes itself. Right. left, left, left, right, going in circles, left.
At least you can validate for free for a few hours.
So not worth getting into near accidents navigating the parking structure but at least it was near the San Diego Chinese New Year Food and Cultural Fair along with many other cool places (I don't try finding street parking in Downtown). I just parked in the structure and walked a few blocks (actually a lot of blocks because I got lost like always). It's also near a Wendys which is where I like to have lunch because I love the chili and frostie.
Location C (Wendys) and D (Horton) in my Leather Search.