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Santa Monica Place, Santa Monica

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
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4.1/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
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  • This shopping mall, a mile from the famous Third Street Promenade Street, features outdoor spaces and other cutlery. They are businesses of high level such as Tiffany and Louis Vuitton among other brands. There are several places to eat and cinemas also.
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  • We were around here and there but just go watch it looks very nice out especially in the evening
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  • This is an excellent place to shop even though there are some dingy alleys you have to walk through at times. Even on a Sunday evening it was very crowded so parking was an issue. However, the parking...  read more »
  • A great beach with beautiful scenery. Very eccentric and busy during the weekend. We walked here from the Third Street Promenade and had a blast seeing all the people working out as well as checking out the Santa Monica Pier. We saw the famous ferris wheel, but passed on riding it since it was $8 per person. We played some games and watched people trying to catch the waves. Overall, this was a fun place to take in California and is a must visit for any tourist.
  • What a great makeover. This used to be a pretty sad mall. Now, it's been made over as an open air shopping center. Parking is free for 3 hours, and the parking structure even has a vehicle finder--enter all or part of your license plate number and they'll tell you where your car is. The food court is pretty upscale. I love the Nike and the Disney store here.
  • This is worth two stars because of the public bathroom and the public bathroom. (Men's and Women's *I'll append star three when Ladyboys get a room with a bath of their own*) Past accommodation of over three thousand gallons of micteration a day and fifteen thousand pounds of poop in those two rooms the rest of the magnificent structure is pretty much a rip off and waste. I was stopped while taking a photosphere in the middle of the courtyardish type quad by a security guard who enforced the 'No pictures policy' on me saying: "Sir no selfies are allowed in Santa Monica. " I was going to say a little something back but spotted my girlfriend out the corner of my eye and held back conforming with a smile. She was in the line for the John the last thirty minutes allowing me to live astrey.
  • What a complete turnaround this place is! It was such a hole in the 1990's but the rise of 3rd Street Promenade in the 2000's really gave me hope for SMP. So I was excited to know it was getting revitalized. This is the first time I've explored it since then, and I'm impressed. It is finally a destination mall, and I'd rather come here than the Beverly Center. I love it.
  • Lots of high-end shops where visitors can find clothes, jewlery, baby things, accessories, etc. There is a foodcourt on 3rd floor with Japanese food, Mexican food, burgers, juices, crepes. I like delicious Teriyaki box at Sarku Japan. There is also in-house play ground for children. Good place for a half-day shopping and dining after visiting Santa Monica Pier
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