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Dimond Center, Anchorage

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
2.3/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • It's a normal mall, however, is the largest and with more options. I didn't think Alaska as expensive as both sites claim. Worth it even for those like shopping in the USA
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  • Anchorage and Alaska isn't really known for big or super sized malls and things but this place is pretty big compared to the lower 48. Wife and I decided to go shopping in here. We went to Old Navy, G...  read more »
  • As the mall is outside the city center it has good access and good parking. With Anchorage being a small city it is probably worth the visit. Number of shops out of business. Red Robin across the stre...  read more »
  • Free parking and good food choices. They have been improving the inside over they years which is nice. Love the indoor rink. Don't like the whole gun free zone thing. This mall has had ghetto issues in the past and the only thing that does is make thugs jobs safer. Obviously they don't follow the rules.
  • No Firearms Allowed. Dimond Mall is now a "gun free zone" which means that only criminals will be carrying guns. Someone shoots at you at the Dimond Mall, well, now you're a sitting duck. You are not allowed to defend yourself. Same with the lame "mall" across the street. I wonder how long it will take for this to be known as the Victim Mall? I am not stepping foot in this mall again which means that all of the stores that pay the outrageous rent at this run down mall just lost another customer to ALL of the stores in this mall. I wonder if the management of this mall realizes just how many people in Alaska carry guns? Women AND men!
  • Where are all the people? Quiet, empty mall - don't bother unless you really need some clothes from gap/h&m. We were slightly drowsy and tired so we thought of coming by the mall to find a nice cafe to chill and rest a little. Parked our car, walked into the mall and felt puzzled. Google map had said it was a huge mall and a highly popular mall amongst Alaskans. Not too sure about that. We saw they had a Aunty Annie's, Ice skating ring, bowling Centre and H&M. Not too sure about coming by to chill. Probably better off at the Starbucks diagonally across the street.
  • Great stores, but they need to clean up the entrances. They're very dank and dingey. The doors slams shut when it's even slightly windy. Over, just need to clean it up the entrances some to make it more attractive.
  • Spacious free parking (nice). A great variety of shopping. Great food court.
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