Citadel Outlets, Los Angeles
Categories: Factory Outlets, Shopping
Serious shoppers and bargain hunters in the area know to head to , a mall with more than 100 stores from the world's most famous brands. Browse the huge selection of clothes and accessories, from classy to casual, plus children's fashions and sports gear. All items are available at outlet prices, which can be as low as 70 percent off the normal retail price. More than 15 cafes and restaurants provide places to take a break from shopping. Check online for deals and packages that include shopping vouchers, hotel stays, and shuttle services. Work out when and for how long to visit Citadel Outlets and other Los Angeles attractions using our handy Los Angeles vacation planner.
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É um ótimo outlet e bem localizado. Vai ter preços muito bons se comparado com o Camarillo. É importante pegar datas comemorativas para obter mais descontosIt's a great outlet and well located. Will have very good prices compared to Camarillo. It is important to get commemorative dates for more discountsshow original
As you can expect for any American outlet, the deals are great specially if you go there on a Holiday. Unknowingly we went on Colombia day and found special deals for the day. I recommend you check th... read more »
This place was terrific. Prices were comparable to other outlets we hsd been to. The big srand out is that you can turn what is normally a waste of a day waiting for your flight into a fun experience.... read more »
Citadel is a nice open mall but I do not know if the prices warrant it being called an "outlet". The prices were basically the same as other locations and even their own respective websites. This place has a patio covered food court near the parking structure at the entrance. Parking can be a long painstaking hassle if it is busy. The parking layout is confusing and uncoordinated. Overall I would recommend you check this place out if you are in the area. It is right off the freeway and impossible to miss.
Selection of stores are alright, but not much. The prices aren't always below what regular retail is... or not significant enough to warrant the trip. Parking, though improved as of late, is still very tough. Heavy traffic (on foot and vehicular) especially on weekends. And as with outlets, sometimes hard to find exactly what you're looking for. Food court selection is also mediocre.
Just looking at the Citadel is an experience, I drove past it for years looking on at the wild Mesopotamian architecture from the 5 freeway until one day I had to drive in and see what it was all about. What I found was a huge outlet mall that actually offers good discounts if you are there at the right time. Most popular brands are well represented from high fashion to handbags, outdoor, sport and surf companies. Not everything is an amazing deal but you can certainly find discounts over retail or mall prices. There are two parking structures and acres of traditional parking but even so finding a spot can be an adventure of the worst kind. If you are willing to walk, the easternmost side seems to fill up last.
Great buys. But, always get there early, when it opens, because it gets crowded, BIG time. I get there when it opens and do my shopping by 12, eat lunch and then get the hell out. The people are rude, crude, and mannerisms are the door with most of the people who cram these stores. Stores are nicely clean, staff are courteous, nice, and helpful. Food court had a variety of food choices for every pallette. I do most of my clothing shopping there, for myself and my son.
This review is specifically for MENS COACH. They have a terrible Customer Service. I bought a belt and resized it, but the buckle looks weird. Call to see if I could just exchange buckle for another kind and there was NOTHING they could do for me, but buy another belt.. Thats stup...
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