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Cherry Creek Shopping Center, Denver

(4/5 based on 220+ 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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  • These parking garages were built,a generation ago, but now parking is paid. One hour free, hassles with pay stations, gates. No more trips to the mall.  more »
  • Thought I'd check out the new paid parking. "Free for 1 hour" translates to paying $3 for the extra 10 minutes I was there. Used to go shopping dining and movies there but why put up with the extra ex...  more »
  • It has many of the best shops, spacious and very clean, with a small children's playground to hang out with the kids while wives shop.
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  • Not the premier shopping mall it once was. Hard to navigate and showing it's age. Just being the "Cherry Creek Mall" isn't enough anymore. The management needs to visit Northpark in Dallas. That mall is as nice - actually nicer than it was when it opened in the 1970's. Cherry Creek needs to correct their image trajectory toward the trash and sleaze that it only took Southwest Plaza ten years to succumb to. Once you're that kind of mall there's nothing prestigious about it no matter what stores you have. Once a cool, trendy and fun atmosphere - it's not aging well and it doesn't seem to be aware of it. I only go there when I have to.
  • Better buy a smart car because cherry creek thought it would be a GREAT idea to repaint their already small parking spaces even smaller. Prepare for dents and scratches on your car with now "improved" paid parking! Also don't worry if you are the one who dents a car as the cameras don't reach 80% of the parking spots, no one will know anyway. A jeep in one parking spot literally was 2 inches into the next two parking spaces left to right. Good luck! Can't wait to see how many cars get keyed and dinged.
  • I only go when I need something in particular that I know will be there or if im going to break my bank at Sephora. Deppending on the time you go, you can walk lesurly and have most of the stores to yourself . Or go during the rush, when they have the more up to date styles that you have to fight for. I also ate once at the Kona Grill. Nice resturant selection from upsacle to the food court. Never had a problem with safety. Just a pain to find parking during the rush hours. Best to Uber or lyft.
  • This mall is pretty sleak, modern and high end. You get all high end shops including macy louis vitton, coach, apple, etc. It has good food court and kids playing area as well. Prices are high but worth going
  • As a poor person I quite like browsing Louis Vuitton and the apple store only to ultimately leave sad and unmotivated about my own life!