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Malls In Orlando
There are lots of malls in Orlando, but the two largest are The Mall at Millenia and The Florida Mall. Each is a unique shopping experience in it’s own right, with each mall being very different from the other. Both are very worthy of a visit.
The Mall at Millenia is a brand new shopping experience and definitely one not to be missed. Located just off I4 to the north of Universal Studios the Mall boasts a superb collection of the worlds most desirable retail shops. Including New York’s most famous department stores, Bloomingdales, Macy’s and Neiman Marcus. Along side the like of Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Cucci, Barbery, Dior and Tiffanys, to name just a few.
The main entrance to the mall has a 60ft glass rotunda with a water garden feature and all the floors are marble. The whole interior is breathtaking, with a separate lounge area where you can relax on comfy leather chairs and watch one of the numerous large TV screen showing the latest cat walk fashions from New York, London, Paris and Milan.
Should you start to feel a little hungry after all your shopping, don’t worry. The Mall at Millenia caters for every taste, with a fantastic choice of dining options. There is something for everyone’s budget, from The Cheesecake Factory to McCormick and Schmicks Seafood Restaurant.
As well as all the beautiful and expensive designer boutiques there is also a collection of the more specialist stores such as Lacoste, Hugo Boss, Coach and Zara. The Mall at Millenia is truly a unique shopping experience, even if all you can afford to do is window shop.
The other large Mall in Orlando is The Florida Mall. Located on South Orange Blossom Trail it offers visitors a fantastic shopping experience, very different to The Mall at Millenia though. The Mall received a complete renovation and expansion back in 1999 and now boasts over 250 shops, including over 50 new speciality retailers, 16 jewellers and no less than 23 shoe shops The Mall also has 6 department stores, Dillards, J C Penny, Macy’s, Saks, Sears and Nordstrom. Open from ten in the morning right through until nine at night, there is no excuse not to pay a visit.
The Florida Mall has an excellent food court with a choice of 17 eating outlets, offering you all types of cuisine from several different countries. You will be spoilt for choice. If you prefer something more intimate there are several restaurants to choose from, including Buca Di Beppo, Le Jardin and Ruby Tuesdays.
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Page added on: 13 March 2007
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