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Somerset Collection, Troy

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4.6/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web
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  • Lululemon and Athleta are must stops when I go. California kitchen has great food (and long lines) be sure to put your name in. There are numerous coffee shops including Starbucks. There is an Apple S...  read more »
  • Every time I've gone, I've never left without I went searching for. So many great stores in one mall. It's a gem! It's surrounding by some pretty spectacular restaurants as well so you can get lost an...  read more »
  • This place is huge! 3 stories and 2 parts I call rich side poor side. One side has more basic stores and some high end name brands, food court ect. The other side is most high end and very $$$$. The f...  read more »
  • Bring your CC ladies and gents, rev your engines because for retail therapy this place is the Sh*t! Suggest you start from the older North side and work your way over to the newer South side! Neiman, Nordys, Macys, and yes even a Saks! The options of higher end shopping is endless! May I suggest a stop at Bendals, Henri that is because you just dont know what bauble, luggage or purse you need till you walk into this place! Sooo buckleup Buttercup on your mark, set, GOOOOO! Did I mention there's a Ferragammo store here? Yea!
  • The unrivaled Detroit area shopping centre. The south side for high end, north side for norms. The parking is clever here, since they rely on garages rather than sprawling lots. The selection of stores is the best anywhere.
  • It's very beautiful mall. But most of the shops here are costly. But very good place to hangout in the evening. Food court is very good and the serve decent variety food. Mall opens at 7:00 am for mall walkers. So if you near then this place is good for morning walk in winter. The shops at south side side of the mall is too expensive compare to the shops in the north side.
  • Very very upscale. I come from a poorer family, and coming here was breathtaking. The stores and food outlets were amazing. The Lego store was what did it for us. Awesome. There was a candy game for kids where you pay to get in (money goes to a hospital I think) and you spin a thing and when you land on a prize marker you get coupons to stores in the mall (we got Häagen Dazs and some others. Great great place to go for an entire day really.
  • It's a beautiful mall. The food court has a good variety, there are a number of different traditional restaurants, and there is enough of a variety of stores to make shopping rewarding no matter what your interests. The Microsoft store, Lego store, and the Disney Store are a few must visits. While the mall has two Starbucks locations they are usually jammed with customers. The "Nordstrom's Ebar" has the coffee you crave and never the absurd line of it's competitor.
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