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Cordova Mall, Pensacola

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 35 reviews on the web
Cordova Mall is home to more than 120 stores. Anchors Belk and Dillard's are complimented by stores such as Victoria's Secret and Bath & Body Works. Cordova Mall is operated by Simon Property Group (SPG).
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  • we had a great day at the mall during our holiday. all the Floridians were friendly and service was great. enjoyed a huge, great value, Chinese lunch in the food court and got plenty of treats and bar...  read more »
  • I stopped here while on vacation due to plans being affected by heavy rain. This is a great place to pass time especially if it's raining outside. While most of the shops are places you can find at an...  read more »
  • Of course, that might be because everything moves at beach pace and that means "whenever." It's perfect for vacation though. Relax, Mon, it's beach tomorrow too! We love the old areas and this is one ...  read more »
  • This is the only enclosed Mall in Pensacola it is the meeting place of young kids and wannabe social socialites and Big Spenders. It's a typical retail cluster with the food court and for the most part it's lost in the eighties nothing unique as far as stores go it's clothing or tennis shoes makeup Bath & Body Works and some big box stores the newest addition to this is Dick's Sporting Goods. Because of lack of income amongst the populace in Pensacola it doesn't have a draw to larger higher end retail establishments and keeps itself running amongst the middle class. Unfortunately Pensacola refuses to grow and therefore attracts no high paying jobs for Creative employers and has maintained a steady pattern of population loss and Gain without any upward Mobility, most people who live here get stuck here and they're happy with shopping at the same mall that they've shopped at for 30 years.
  • Big mall. Had alot of unfamiliar stores in it which made shopping more fun. The shape and design was a little cofusing but that didn't stop anything. Visted 3 time before leaving Pensacola. Just so happen it was tax free weekend. Got great bargains.
  • I came from a place with no mall, and before that just a tiny one. This place is great! Delicious food, friendly staff in all the rooms and good deals everywhere. Only one complaint, but might have been a rare thing, the guys in the dark spa were checking out my 14 year old daughter every time we went past. It could have been misread and them seeing who it was and an innocent mistake so I'm still giving 5 stars. I also like its by the hospital. Gives the people who are staying with loved ones a little spot to stretch and eat something other then cafeteria food (wish I had something like this a few years ago by the hospital I was at for my 2year old daughter)
  • Mixed reviews. It depends on whether you're lollygagging or getting in and out. Starbucks is a good place to start. Then go for a stroll.
  • Probably the best variety of shops in pensacola area and a good atmosphere. Since the remodel it looks very nice. The restaurant selection is great too but the food court is a little lacking. It's always very crowded though, so if you're looking for a quiet place to shop try the outdoor malls.
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