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Mall of the Americas, Miami

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  • Not only was that it had the onslaught of Irma, several years ago that this site is in decline. Bathrooms that don't work, horrible business. poorly lit, bad environment. For nothing advisable
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  • Looks like most of the anchors left this mall a while ago. There are a lot of empty. spaces. The mall was pretty quiet and the food court was small. Two of the 3 mall employees we tried to speak to sp...  more »
  • If you're looking for a nice mall to shop and enjoy then you better keep looking somewhere elsewhere. This mail is a bit old and not so much selection that you can really buy. Needed of serious remode...  more »
  • STOP!! Do NOT waste your time going here. I'm only giving one star because I can't give zero. This "mall" is dark, musty, & dusty. It looks & smells like it should have been demolished decades ago. First, I have NEVER been to a mall that did not have inside restrooms. There's fair style restroom trailers out in front of the building. Second, there's not much of a shopping selection. And, there's not many English speaking employees so it's hard to get assistance if you don't speak Spanish. The employees in Rainbow were extremely rude & decided to talk about me in Spanish right in front of my face. (I understand Spanish more than I can speak.) Had I read the reviews before I drove over an hour to get there, I wouldn't have wasted my time. I ended up at the Dolphin Mall, which made my trip worth while because it was an ACTUAL mall with friendly, English speaking employees. I agree with other comments about this being more of a flea market than a mall.
  • This is quite the sad mall, but it's still decent. Most malls are like this now, so it's not too surprising. The dollar store there is wonderful with great employees. Ross and Marshall's are nice to have as well. There is some decent food selection too. I'm not sure if it will remain open, but it's still somewhere I'll stop by after going to Costco which is right next-door.
  • This mall is kind of rundown it needs some loving. It can be refresh with paint not just the walls but the parking lot as well. It’s a very busy mall so it will have to be done in sections.
  • This mall has REALLY gone down hill. About 10 years ago there was a great selection of stores and popular food franchises. Now, the mall consists mainly of no name stores carrying cheaply made products. The majority of stores, even those known nationally, have workers that don't speak a single word of English. Quite a sad state for a mall. Even the restrooms no longer work, with toilets own being located in trailers located near the mall entrance. I suggest avoiding completely and instead making a trip to the much better dolphin mall a few miles up the road.
  • The outside was dirty. The parking spaces were not well defined. The bathrooms were port-o-potties outside the building. The inside had a small selection of stores and a decent food court. All the employees were nice.
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