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Set in a striking outdoor setting, Westfield Century City celebrates the urban sophistication of Los Angeles and glamorous lifestyle of Southern California. With an elite collection of fashion merchants and innovative restaurateurs, this open-air shopping mecca provides supreme style and refined taste to a definitively trendsetting clientele. Browse our collection of 50 premier shops, including Bloomingdale's, The Container Store, Zara, H&M, Fresh, Tiffany & Co, Gucci, Apple, Rolex, Microsoft, and Calypso St. Barth. Choose from an inspired mix of restaurants including Gulfstream, Obica Mozzarella Bar, RockSugar, Seasons 52, Toscanova, and Breadbar, or indulge in 14 express eateries at The Dining Terrace. OPENING 2017 Shop an all-new lineup, including Nordstrom, Eataly, 120 new shops, 15 new eateries, and a newly renovated Bloomingdale's and Macy's, with more open-air strolling, gathering, and entertainment for you to sit back, relax, and enjoy.
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Neighborhoods
Westside, Century City, West Los Angeles
Category
Shopping Centers & Malls
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Kate818

10/07/2010

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High End Mall

It has some of the higher end stores in los angeles. Parking used to be a nightmare but now they have sensors to guide you where to park. Also, the food court is one of the best mall food courts that I have been to.

Valerie L

11/12/2009

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Century City is one of the best shopping malls in LA.

Century City Mall is not a mall that I visit often because I live in the valley however it is one of my favorite places to shop in LA. I prefer Century City to the Grove because of its modern design. The food court has restaurants that you wouldn't normally find in other malls and the stores range from Macy's and Sephora to Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co.

JonSol

10/26/2009

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Great Mall

Westfield Century City is a great mall, with lots to do. Go get dinner, go shopping, then check out a movie at the HUGE multi-plex AMC theatre! I've been going to this mall for 20 years and it gets better and better each year

Nicolewestlake

10/09/2009

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Beautiful at night

The shops are nice, but majority are high end companies. Free validated parking is always a plus. I really like watching a movie there, but I rarely go considering movie tickets are ridiculous.

Overall, it's a great place to just hang out and people watch. The renovation was well worth it and it's always nicely decorated.

GoldenAsh

12/15/2008

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Great Place!

I really like this shopping center. It is one of my preferred places to go. They have many outlets for food, entertainment and shopping. I personally love the Borders and the AMC which is two floors. The atmosphere is quiet, serene, and architecturally very beautiful.

dmenkes

11/21/2006

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AWESOME mall; difficult-to-navigate parking lot

I've been here a great many times and since their renovation it's only gotten better. I highly suggest checking out the food court near the movie theater. There's an Italian place in there where you can eat at the counter and is very very good. Their parking lot is one of the most confusing I've ever seen for a mall. You really have to pay attention where you come up or you'll be hunting around for your car for a while. Overall, I love this place and look forward to going back more often once I'm living in the westside again.

alyn06

10/27/2006

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I love this MALL!!

since the renovation this place is amazing. I live really close so ive seen the changes week after week and it just keeps getting better. I love it, my favorite mall in la now

agurrola

10/27/2006

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Fun atmosphere!

A great place to spend a saturday! Lots of shops, good choice of food in the food court, nice place to walk around being it is outdoors, friendly employees.

metrofoxhills

12/02/2005

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Westfield's Great Outdoors Mall - Century City

Century City has a lot to offer, a variety of stores including Macys, Blooingdales. A wonderful market - Gelson's. And the AMC theater. Also, there is a wonderful food court area with a good variety of food to choose from.

Tha mall does provide free parking (I can't remember now for how long), if you purchase a theater ticket, you can get your ticket valided and have even a longer amount of time to park.

Parking is usually very good at this mall. There are two levels of parking which is a about a block long. If you go to the AMC theaters and you do not want to have to look for parking - try to get there in the morning during the first show before the stores open for the day.

chains007

03/25/2005

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Nice and high-end

Great place on the Westside to shop. Upscale stores, attractive women, great outdoor mall. Parking is usually plentiful - and free for 4 hours which is nice. AMC theaters are also here - but the theaters are small.

princess_malin

07/08/2002

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One-stop shopping

Century City is the ideal mall for a sunny day. This makes it the ideal mall of Los Angeles. The mall is open so you'll walk in the fresh air as you contemplate heading into Macy's, Bloomingdale's or Banana Republic. Parking is free for three hours, and you don't even need a validation. Best of all: the pretzel store provides a perfect snack. If you time it right, you might pass by right as they're giving away free samples.

LisaGlasser

06/05/2002

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Cosa Bella

If I ever win the lottery, I'm outfitting my entire house with Cottura ceramics. In the meantime, I take a good friend's advice and mix and match serving dishes with decorative pieces to satisfy my wants. These items are too beautiful to sit in the cabinets! If you're looking for the atypical wedding gift, or want a few treats to add to your bridal registry, check out their Century City or Newport location. The longer you spend in the store, the more you will uncover. Anything from dishware to decorative plates to coffee mugs to planters...The owners personally select all items from a variety of family owned myolica factories in Italy and a helpful staff is always available to help navigate the waters.

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