10250 Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA | Directions 9006734.060465 -118.418674
Mon - Sat 10am - 9pm
Sun 12pm - 7pm
Neighborhoods: West LA, Century City
This corporate whorehouse is hostile to bicyclists. I parked my bike locked to a handrail for less than half an hour just to, upon returning, catch a Westfield employee in the act of trying to steal it by picking the U-lock . When confronted the thief gave an excuse of the shopping center's manager ordering him to . There is no sign of any kind within line of sight posted indicating bicycles are unwelcome, nor any bicycle racks on the block. Moreover,
a few feet away another employee , who has seen me parking , either a valet or a traffic regulator, haven't made a peep objecting to parking the bicycle. When asked whether the other clown gave the tip that a bicycle was ready for stealing, the thief insisted that the general manager made him to, Scandalous. Take your money elsewhere.
P.S. There seem to be no locksmith registered with this shopping mall indicating an oddly kept in-house lockpick artist.One wonders if these punked peasants run a bicycle theft operation utilizing the pretext and the plausible deniability that comes with it while luring suckers in with the veneer of fake class.
My favorite mall, so much to do there! I love that the AMC also provides ticket seating!
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
Luxe elements and an ambitious design ensure that there are no rats at Century City's state-of-the-art mall. – Labyrinthine parking garage layout aside, this snazzed-up shopping complex is worth the additional getting-there exertion. With several SoCal rarities like Eileen Fisher and Bric's, and gems like a branch of Third Street's Bread Bar, bawdy Pink Taco and a food court that will make you feel cooler for having been next to a huge, cutting-edge movie theater, this Westfield wonder is a destination unto itself. The uniformed attendants at the info booths are actually helpful and the public bathrooms are relatively clean. There are over 220 shops, but stars like Bloomingdale's, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Martin+Osa, Napolean Perdis, TUMI, Thomas Pink, Restoration Hardware, and a super-stocked Container Store are some of the usual higher-end suspects rounding out this comprehensive selection.
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.
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
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