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Dell@ The Florida Mall, Orlando
(4.1/5 based on 2,400+ reviews on the web)
A shopping mall close to the airport, Dell@ The Florida Mall often attracts big crowds on days when new product lines are being introduced. You can seek out recognizable names like Zara, Marshall's, and Target. Browse the racks at the stores, and then grab some refreshment at the food courtyard and head outside, where you can dine while soaking up the Florida sun. Use our Orlando travel itinerary planner to arrange your visit to Dell@ The Florida Mall and other attractions in Orlando.
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  • The Mall has always been attractive for its shops with good prices and its attractions (such as the M&Ms store), but lacking when it came to food. The food court would leave much to be desired. It was small, dirty, messy and noisy. Now the scenario is completely different. A large food court with more food options (including the Spoletto), a super large, pleasant environment, with many tables, lounge and you don't smell food. The floor is also being changed and all the changes left the mall with a more refined air. The only annoying thing that still are those kiosks in the hallways with vendors you addressing all the time. But it is common and unfortunately we have to get used to, rsrsr. It's a place to spend the whole day with a lot of comfort and making bargains, without doubt!
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  • It is one of the two malls in the area of orlando fully covered. Therefore ideal for a day with rain, is large, are all brands.
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  • If you want to visit a mall you really need these suits. He is gigantic and you would almost get lost. Several nice exclusive shops such as the M&M store. But also much, much more. Save these do not have.
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