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Cherry Creek Shopping Center, Denver

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
Located in the heart of Denver, Cherry Creek Shopping Center is the Rocky Mountain region's premier shopping environment with over 160 shops, including 40 stores exclusive to the area, such as Neiman Marcus, Tiffany & Co., Burberry, Louis Vuitton and Ralph Lauren. Other favorites include Nordstrom, Macy’s, Apple and Coach as well as popular dining hot spots like Elway’s and Kona Grill.
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  • Documentation of the hotel sold this supermarket as a modern shopping center to the American. In fact it's just like... "Craigny 2". You don't have to cross the Atlantic for that. I think that there are other malls in Denver, much more fun, but we did not have the time. Note that there is a shop Lévis (so-called "Li worked that"), but beware prices are double those of Macy's just next door!
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  • Modern mall with upscale stores throughout. Nordstrom and Macy's are the anchors at Cherry Creek mall. Urban Outfitters, Madewell, True Religion, and Anthropology are shops we visited while there alon...  read more »
  • Quite a large range of top end stores and smaller retail outlets in a clean and spacious mall that is easy to navigate. Free parking is provided. The food center is rather limited in terms of choice. 
  • What do you say about a thriving mall? More kids, less kids, less expensive shops, more expensive shops? Let's be real people, it's got something for everyone. From your old classics like the buckle (wow they're still around) to Neimann Marcus. Its def one of the best malls to wealthy people watch. They carry a lot of the higher end brands here that you can't get at a lot of the other malls - like diesel, neiman, Gucci jut to name a few.
  • parking sucks, usually super crowded. they have somehow kept alive with dated stores and cranky old rich people. fun place to people watch and decent variety of businesses to shop. decent food options and easy to get to.
  • For AMC theater: decent price compared to other theaters. They don't seem to have all the newest movies. Doesn't look the greatest but all in all I think the place serves its purpose. Sure beats the prices at UA downtown.
  • Havana and cheey creek malls are the best 1. The gardens of havana have xfinty 2. Cherry creek has a childen play area I hate about them 1. The gardens of havana had dillards,jcp,sears,nordstorm & macys all thougher but they took Dillards in 2004, Jcpennys took out in 2006, Nordstorm & macys were took in down at 2010 And sears left to the auroua mall in 2005 To replace all of that they set up 5 ahchers Stores 1. kohl (auroua west) 2. Toys r us, 3. Target 4, babies r us, 5. Spouts
  • Definitely more of an upscale mall. Primary expensive clothing stores, however there are many great options for food. Ries pies is by far the best option for casual food if you have some time. The movie theater is also a great addition.
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