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Denver Pavilions, Denver

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
3.6/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web
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  • We used the public transportation on 16th Street to grab something to eat at the HRC (read my review) then walked a couple of steps to go to the UA Movie Theaters. The movie we chose was a 3D and we b...  read more »
  • Good downtown location with plenty of good stores to look and shop. Some construction at the moment but manageable as you can still access the stores. 
  • Enjoyed super clean well planned shopping multilevel shopping and dining area. Includes upper levels pedestrian walkway over street. Lots of surrounding parking, free trolley service on 16th Street Ma...  read more »
  • Small open air mall over multiple levels. Has a good range of shops, I particularly liked the made in CO shop (can't remember the name). It had a great selection of stuff made locally. Good information signage and plenty of escalators made getting around easy.
  • United Artist old movies... Wi-Fi Disconnects every few meters or behind walls, they really need to improve internet Good options, Super Expensive
  • It's fun to walk around just be carefull with crazy people and don't wave to any guy they will stalking you in every store if that happens please tell some one at the store. Just saying
  • Great place to shop. We tried Lime, which is located on the top floor right next to the movie theater. Their drinks and atmosphere is unbeatable. Ask for some Chips and Salsa, they are a must.
  • Had an awesome time wandering the streets and shops here with my husband! Many levels to explore and after 3 days we still had not seen it all. A lovely experience with street art/vendors/performers, intriguing local shops, and popular chain shops. Weather was something that we could deal with alright in both rain or shine, due to covered store fronts, stores that sold umbrellas, buses, and the awesome rickshaw bikers. I had to find a place to pee quite often since I'm pregnant, so we bought a couple 50-cent cookies at Subway just so that we could use their restroom (and one night after the security guards had already closed the public restrooms, a blonde lady hostess at Lime let me use the restroom without purchasing anything, which I appreciate).
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