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If pacing through shops is your cardio, fill your vacation with trips to places such as the upmarket Polanco district, home to Avenida Presidente Masaryk (similar to Fifth Avenue in New York), or Centro Santa Fe, the largest mall in the country. These are the top malls in Mexico to get you started on your next shopping excursion.
(According to Trip 101)
1. Paseo Arcos Bosques
2. Oasis Coyoacan
3. Centro Commercial Perisur
4. Reformer 22
5. Antara Fashion Hall
6. Centro Santa Fe
7. El Palacio de Hierro
8. The Shops at Downtown
9. Parque Las Antenas
10. Barrio Alameda
Paseo Arcos Bosques is an exclusive shopping mall occupying one of the most iconic skyscrapers in Mexico City. The mall is in an interconnected tower building, also known as The Pants. The mall has nearly everything you wish to shop for and it is also home to some of the most high-end designer stores from around the world. If you don’t feel like shopping, feel free to visit just to admire the structure, or get lost in the upscale feel of the high ceilings and shiny floors.
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Address: Paseo de Los Tamarindos 90, Bosques de las Lomas, Cuajimalpa de Morelos, 05110 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
Website: Paseo Arcos Bosques
Opening hours: 11am - 9pm (daily)
Oasis Coyoacan accurately befits the name given that walking through its stores makes you feel as if you are walking across a real oasis in the middle of a city. Other than being one of the best shopping malls in Mexico City, it is also an architectural statement, designed and constructed to wow and please the eyes, complete with an artificial lake and a huge fountain. The shopping experience in this mall is also wholesome given that it houses a myriad of local and international retailers, with a guarantee that you will find whatever it is you are looking for. Expect to find big names such as Kipling, Old Navy, Zara, and Nine West among others. It also houses a superfluity of tech stores, movie theatres, and bookstores.
Address: Av Miguel Ángel de Quevedo 227, Oxtopulco, Coyoacán, 04360 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
Website: Oasis Coyoacan
Opening hours: Sun - Wed: 11am - 9pm; Thu - Sat: 11am - 9:30pm
Centro Commercial Perisur is another upscale shopping mall in Mexico City whose sight will delight the eyes of every shopaholic. It is located in the southwest parts of the city, and though it is not the largest, it is one of the most popular shopping malls in the city, and one with the reputation of having the most extravagant décor come every Christmas season. As far as the shopping experience goes, the mall has a superfluity of both local and international stores dealing in all sorts of brands. It also houses boutiques, over 20 cinema screens, and a variety of restaurants, ranging from Italian to Japanese cuisines.
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Address: Anillo Perif. Blvd. Adolfo López Mateos 4690, Insurgentes Cuicuilco, Coyoacán, 04500 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
Website: Centro Comercial Perisur
Opening hours: 11am - 9pm (daily)
Reformer 22 is one of the classiest malls not just in Mexico City, but in entire South America. The mall is housed in a building designed by the famous architect Teodoro Gonzalez de Leon. A glance at the glass-covered beauty will only increase your propensity to shop more, speaking of which, the mall has stores dealing in all sorts of goods and which are suitable for all budgets. Expect to find all types of brands here, including both national and international brands, as well as some obscure brand names that are just beginning to break into the market. Also expect to find several bookstores, food courts, and a cinema to complete the package necessary for a thrilling shopping experience.
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Address: Av. Paseo de la Reforma 222, Juárez, Cuauhtémoc, 06600 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
Website: Reforma 222
Opening hours: 11am - 8:30pm (daily)
Antara Fashion Hall is regarded as one of Mexico City’s most exclusive shopping malls. It comprises elegant open-air shopping centers with stalls occupied by brands that you will not commonly find in the rest of the malls. Some of the names you can expect to encounter here include Mac Cosmetics, Tous, Carolina Herrera, Coach, Victoria’s Secrets, Burberry, and The Body Shop among others. If you are tired of walking from one stall to another in search of the most unique fashion pieces, there are several food courts with classic fast food choices to satiate your hunger and give you the energy you need for more shopping.
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Address: Av Ejército Nacional 843, Granada, 11520 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
Website: Antara Fashion Hall
Opening hours: 11am - 11pm (daily)
Centro Santa Fe is the largest shopping mall in the state of Mexico. It is located in Santa Fe and it houses a variety of stores, including the three most common stores in the country – Sears, Liverpool, and Saks. Other stores whose sights you won’t miss at Centro Santa Fe include Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Michael Kors, and Kidzaine among others. The mall also has a separate food section with more than 40 standalone restaurants serving cuisines from all over the world.
Address: Vasco de Quiroga 3800, Lomas de Santa Fe, Contadero, 05348 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
Website: Centro Santa Fe
Opening hours: 11am - 8pm (daily)
El Palacio de Hierro is also located in Santa Fe and it houses a variety of stalls and shops dealing in a wide range of items, including clothes, beauty products, footwear, optics, health products, etc. The shopping complex also houses several fast food joints and restaurants where you can always make the needed break during shopping to grab a bite.
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Address: Mexico City
Website: El Palacio de Hierro
Opening hours: 10am - 9pm (daily)
The Shops at Downtown is an exclusive shopping area with more than 30 Mexican design stores located within Downtown Hotel in Mexico City. The place is named simply as The Shops, and it houses a variety of stores and boutiques specializing in art, fashion, culture, design, and gastronomy. Some of the prominent names here include Pineda Covalin, Parakara Gallery, Social Factory, Syra Canus, Flora Maria, and Carla Fernandez among others.
Address: Downtown, New Mexico
Opening hours: 11am - 11pm (daily)
Parque Las Antenas is another mega mall in Mexico City where you will find a plethora of stores dealing in goods from local, national and international brands. It also houses a myriad of restaurants serving a variety of cuisines from all over the world, a section with mechanical games for both kids and adults, cinemas, a fitness center and much. It is a place with all you need under one roof.
Address: Av. Canal de Garay 3278, La Esperanza, 09910 Ciudad de México, CDMX Mexico City, Mexico
Website: Parque Las Antenas
Opening hours: 8am - 9pm (daily)
Barrio Alameda was once an Art Deco building but was renovated and turned into one of the best shopping malls in Mexico City. It is the home to a plethora of trendy fashion and design boutiques, and it also has plenty of chic open-air eateries serving a variety of both local and international cuisines. One feature you will admire about Barrio Alameda is that it usually has a higher number of regular sales compared to the rest, and as such, it is a nice place to frequent if you are looking for generous discounts.
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Address: Calle Dr Mora 9, Colonia Centro, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06000 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico
Phone: +52 55 5512 3810
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