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Westfield Century City, Los Angeles

(3.8/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • I usually love to shop and eat at the Century City shopping center, with its excellent stores and restaurants. However, the intense construction which is going on is quite a deterrent in navigating th...  more »
  • We were staying in Anaheim (2:00 away with traffic of Los Angeles) and the Westfield was our stopping point to go at Target, use the bathroom (always useful bathroom hints!) and continue the journey. Moreover, it has a very interesting variety of shops and a village center. Recommend, especially for having the Target!
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  • The mall and parking lot are under construction and you have to maneuver all over the place to get where you want. The Westfield greed then insults you by a parking charge of $1 for them inconvenienci...  more »
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  • This mall has a TON of potential. It's currently undergoing a huge renovation and construction of new buildings, so it feels weird to visit what's open right now when you're surrounded by construction materials everywhere. But what they do have has been adapted to the work environment pretty well to maintain a decent shopping experience. The new Bloomingdale's and the food court area are both beautiful! I love the outdoor eating area by the food court. I look forward to seeing the finished product when it's complete, I'm sure it's all going to be gorgeous, based off of what they have so far.
  • I used to love this mall. It was always nice to walk around outside. When it was busy never seemed busy. Now with all the construction it looks like they are turning it into an indoor mall. Less light. More ceilings.
  • I'm here all the time for lunch. It can get hectic depending on where you choose to go eat. However, my coworker's go to places have been Chipotle. I personally like Ajisen Ramen. The lines aren't too long. I know that most of the CAA building gets out for lunch by 1:00 PM so you could see a spike in the number of people out at the mall. There's a bit of construction going on at Century City Mall, but I'm definitely looking forward to when Shake Shack opens.
  • As far as malls go, this is a pretty good one - tons of shopping options and most importantly, tons of free parking (for 3 hours). The mall is outdoors, is glamorous in its simplicity, and of course, has one of my favorite department stores - Bloomingdales
  • This mall is getting a remodel as of mid 2016 but whether that's going to make it any less boring remains to be seen. It seems to be reaching for a luxury market with the upscale boutique-style shops. During construction half of the mall is closed off so there's less to do than normal. The theater is fairly nice, though it's expensive for how empty it always seems to be. The H&M is one of the few affordable-slash-fast-fashion shopping stops for the non-wealthy. The food court is awkwardly built but the selection of vendors is more interesting than the selection of things to look at/do in the rest of it.