Shopping >Beverly Center
favorite cc mall, best place, good great stores, decent food, great easy parking, fantastic restaurants, nice shopping
Nice place to look around....
but not really a nice place to shop. I liked to hang around here when I was younger with friends, but now that I'm working and need to pay for my own things (boo hoo), I think it's time for me to find better malls that are actually for shopping and not sightseeing.
I usually find myself people watching more than anything at Beverly Center.
Okay. Touristy, Macy's on the bottom floor is annoying. Not a terrible mall, but just not the best for LA, I seem to find more stuff at dept. stores in other malls in the area.
good shopping. lots of stores to choose from! fun place to shop with friends and family.
Better choices in Los Angeles....Here's my list:.
I am a native of LA and this is my least favorite place to go to. They recently "upgraded" parking with automated tickets and no attendants make things worse.
The Westside Pavillion (off Pico & Westwood)~beautiful atmosphere, elegant, great stores
OR, if you want to be outdoors: Century City Mall or THE GROVE in Los Angeles. CC mall is huge and you can easily get lost if you are new.
The Grove is by far many local's favorite with great restaurants, easy parking and a great atmosphere! Also, there are plenty of children's stores, a lawn where kids love to dance & play (they often have musicians perform) and fantastic restaurants.
Hope this helps! : )
Go to THE GROVE instead!!!!!!!. HORRIBLE, CONFUSING PARKING. You can only park on certain floors and the elevators do not access all of the floors ... you have to go to certain elevators to access certain floors. It's is a horrible, horrible mess. I have shopped there three times now and have hated it every time. I will NOT be going back and can NOT recommend this to anyone. The shops are pedestrian, there are NO children's stores, no toys any where, no play areas and the food court ... the food HORRIBLE. Even the Panda Express had hard, over-cooked entrees with under-cooked veggies ... the sodas were flat and little syrup. I threw that meal away and went to another vendor and the food was worse. I pitched those two meals and headed for Starbucks. Even the Starbucks was a 4 on a scale of 1 - 10, with the line long, the staff curt, my order wrong. The stores are beyond average, NOTHING special. The facility was nothing special, drawn out, 3 or 4 floors of boring, uninspired stores with little to offer ... and nothing new and exciting. There were hard benches to sit on with no atmosphere anywhere. With a location like this, the mall could have been .... SHOULD HAVE BEEN fabulous. Instead ... it was a huge disappointment. What a grim excuse for a mall. Nothing to see, no where to go, nothing for families, terrible food (and a dirty food court in desperate need to cleaning and wiping down) and simply the worst parking in all of LA county. If you want a great shopping experience ... go to THE GROVE. NOW THAT is nice shopping!
poor customer service. I was at the Beverly Center yesterday with a few friends. The stores are large and the place is spacious; so although it was crowded, it did not feel crowded. My friends wanted to go into the Louis Vuitton store; I don't care for the bland style (lacking versatility and creativity) but decided to engage their interest by keeping them company since they are likely to buy something. The store was crowded but it did not excuse the salesman's rude horrible energy; his job requires very little in order to be done correctly. He could not be professional enough to get into a case without being unprofessional, rushed, and obviously stressed. I enjoy art and quality but LV is the McDonalds or art and fashion. ..As if it is not bad enough that the store hardly contributes to the betterment of anything but materialism..
Parking situation puts damper on shopping experience. Beverly Center has a great location, bordering Beverly Hills and WeHo. Plus, it has a solid variety of stores, from cheaper clothing options like H&M to couture like D&G. Plenty of shoe, make-up and accessories shops are also present, along with a movie theater. However, I hate having to pay on average $2 for an hour and change or shopping. And since stores don?t begin until the fifth level, you?re forced up several flights of escalators or stuck waiting for the elevator (I?ve always have had to wait at least 5 minutes). Another downer: There?s not a lot of food options besides the food court itself. There?s only one sit-down restaurant that I know of at the mall.
Convenient, kinda average, but an institution. The Beverly Center mall in West Hollywood (or is it Beverly Hills) is a great mall. It's convenient (for this West Hollywood resident) and has the main stores I love, like Macy's and D&G. The food court, thankfully, is hidden way in back, way upstairs, cuz it's hideous. Otherwise, I like the Beverly Center quite a bit. Parking tip...go up to the 5th floor and pay attention to where the escalators are. You want to avoid the elevators at all costs!
not my favorite. Although this mall does an excellent job of mixing up big name stores with smaller boutiques, the atmosphere feels more like a museum than a place to shop and have fun, which is what fashion is really all about. The hugeness of the mall intimidated me and I just didn't want to touch anything for fear I would break something.
Shopping mecca!!. Something for everyone....from H & M to Louis Vuitton. Easy parking and loved the sports bar.....a great place to relax while hauling shopping bags. This place has everything....for everybody.
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