Stores, Malls or Markets in Miami

  • Shopping
    by GracesTrips
  • Bayside Market Place
    by GracesTrips
  • Coco Walk
    by GracesTrips

Most Viewed Shopping in Miami

  • kymbanm's Profile Photo

    any of them will do :): Miami knock-off and fashion district :)

    by kymbanm Written Feb 13, 2005

    4.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    It's in a tougher neighborhood, but worth it if you are adventurous and savvy - lots of little knock off shops and high end discount brokers all in one little area .... Versace (real) Louis Vuitton (fake) all at very reasonable prices .....

    What to buy: I bought a pair of nice cropped jeans (knock off) of good quality for 10$, my brother bought Hugo Boss shoes for 60$ (reg price 195$) - so just shop to your hearts content :)

    Related to:
    • Business Travel
    • Family Travel
    • Women's Travel

    Was this review helpful?

  • kymbanm's Profile Photo

    Andrew's Antiques and Collectables: Off the beaten path for antiques ....

    by kymbanm Updated Feb 18, 2005

    4.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    I ended up spending time in a nearby parking lot while my little brother was working ... I spotted this place and decided to browse :)

    The door opens into a stairwell, and at the top is an anteroom full of asian inspired furniture and artwork. Past the anteroom is a large room FILLED w/ all sorts of things .. from victorian, to asian, to local - furniture, wall art, statues, diningware, nic-nacs ... well everything a clutter bug could love!

    The owners were wonderful to me, and spent time talking w/ me - since the shop is off the beaten track, they don't get many tourists in there, mostly locals and movie folk looking for props and set dressing.

    The folks there were wonderful, nice and quite knowledgable about their items - I was impressed and happily made my own purchase from the treasures within.

    What to buy: Ended up w/ a wonderful brass Ganesha that now has a place of honor in my G-collection at home.

    What to pay: This Ganesha was soooooo heavy, that I mailed him home - he cost me about 40$. There were items in the shop that cost more, and that cost less - it's all up to you!

    Related to:
    • Business Travel
    • Family Travel
    • Arts and Culture

    Was this review helpful?

  • grandmaR's Profile Photo

    Vizcaya Gift Shop: Postcards to Tapestry

    by grandmaR Updated Apr 4, 2011

    2.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Vizcaya Gift Shop offers postcards, slides, and videotapes along with Italian craft items such as ceramics, jewelry and tapestries during museum hours.

    What to buy: I would have been happy to buy a slide or postcard of the interior of the house, but there were very few available. This was disappointing in view of the prohibition on photography of the interior.

    I didn't want to spring for a videotape, and the tapestries and works of art were too expensive for my pocketbook.

    Related to:
    • Museum Visits
    • Arts and Culture
    • Architecture

    Was this review helpful?

  • wahine76's Profile Photo

    Lincoln Road: More street shopping in Miami

    by wahine76 Written Aug 8, 2005

    2.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    Another place for some street shopping is Lincoln Road between Washington and Alton. Its a closed pedestrian street with trendy outside cafes and stores.

    Youll find stores such as Pottery Barn, Crate & Barrel, Banana Republic, French Connection, Anne Taylor Loft, as well as independent stores.

    A little further, between Washington & Collins avenue, youll find cheesy souvenir stores.

    What to buy: Take a break at one of the trendy outside cafes for a drink.

    Related to:
    • Luxury Travel
    • Road Trip
    • Women's Travel

    Was this review helpful?

  • The Shops at Bal Harbour: Exclusive Exclusivity

    by CanuckMark Written Apr 27, 2004

    2.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    The Shops at Bal Harbour is a retail mall which houses the most exclusive stores and boutiques in Miami. The shops here include things like a Gucci boutique, Prada store, Burberry store, Bulgari store, etc...

    Basically, unless you are the Sultan of Brunei there is not much here you could ever afford.

    The Shops at Bal Harbour is only recommended if you feel like taking your girlfriend/wife there and showing her all the pretty things you will never get her!..

    The Shops is very well manicured, and if you are an avid photographer, then there are some nice shots to be had here if you are seeking pristine and somewhat orchestrated shots. The photo attached is one I took inside the mall during a somewhat overcast day.

    What to buy: Go to Bal Harbour only if you are working your way towards bankcruptcy...

    What to pay: More than you ever should.

    Related to:
    • Luxury Travel

    Was this review helpful?

  • The Shops at Bal Harbour: Exclusive Exclusivity

    by CanuckMark Written Apr 27, 2004

    2.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    The Shops at Bal Harbour is a retail mall which houses the most exclusive stores and boutiques in Miami. The shops here include things like a Gucci boutique, Prada store, Burberry store, Bulgari store, etcĂ˝.
    Basically, unless you are the Sultan of Brunei there is not much here you could ever afford.

    The Shops at Bal Harbour is only recommended if you feel like taking your girlfriend/wife there and showing her all the pretty things you will never get her!..

    The Shops is very well manicured, and if you are an avid photographer, then there are some nice shots to be had here if you are seeking pristine and somewhat orchestrated shots. The photo here is one I took inside the mall during a somewhat overcast day.

    What to buy: Go to Bal Harbour only if you are working your way towards bankcruptcy...

    What to pay: More than you ever should.

    Was this review helpful?

  • RoyJava's Profile Photo

    Saks Fifth Avenue: Bal Harbour Shops

    by RoyJava Updated Apr 4, 2011

    1.5 out of 5 starsHelpfulness

    When shopping at Saks Fifth Avenue for sure you will be served with elegance and beauty. Those are key-words here, like to Bal Harbour and many European & American designer shops. It's great to spend time in a tropical garden setting of the many cafes, to see modern art-masters or choose your beauty salon. Enclosed parking is always offered.

    Yes, we went shopping at the Saks Fitfth Avenue. You feel like in a world of fairy-tales and if not,... dribble away very slowly. Don't even think of the Rich and Famous! Better prepare for a new re-incarnation and, pray for a rich and famous life. Maybe once we can drag the materials into the spiritual world ...
    ; o)))

    What to buy: At Saks' roster of designers you'll get the "Who is who in fashion?", so make your choise with Gucci, Chanel, Prada, Armani, Karan, Dolce & Gabbana, Versace, Mugler, Lacroix, Zegna, Boss and Klein. If you have to ask how much things cost, you can't afford to shop here. So better don't worry about the price and, just go for a look, like a real Dutch.
    And see those Lucy Ball look-alikes ...
    I love those women !!!

    What to pay: Euhhh,... one ... ... ... dollars ???

    Related to:
    • Luxury Travel
    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
    • Road Trip

    Was this review helpful?

  • nomadig's Profile Photo

    Publix: Well-stocked supermarket

    by nomadig Written Aug 5, 2008

    If you are in need of groceries in southern parts of Miami downtown, go to Publix on SW 7th Street. The huge supermarket probably can cater all your needs. The selection is excellent and the people working there are more than willing to help you to find the stuff you are looking for.

    There is pretty good sushi counter at one of the corners. I am always a bit dubious with supermarket sushis -- as sometimes you get tasteless crap -- but they know how to make sushi. The sushi is prepared on the spot, and they are willing to make items on the order, also.

    The only problem with the store is that you need a car to get the stuff fresh back to your hotel. Or then buy enough items so that you can step into taxi without feeling bad about the expenses.

    Related to:
    • Budget Travel

    Was this review helpful?

  • nomadig's Profile Photo

    Shanghai Tang: Asian fashion in Asian hotel

    by nomadig Written Aug 7, 2008

    Shanghai Tang, the Chinese high fashion label has a miniscule store in the lobby of Mandarin Oriental. Probably not visited by others than the hotel guests, the shop has a selection of clothes and accessories.

    If you are fond of blending traditional Asian designs with modern influences, Shanghai Tang might have that stuff for you. The items are relatively expensive, but not on the levels of European haute couture companies. Of course, the brand recognition is also different.

    When not residing in the hotel, you need to drive there -- just say to valet guys that you'll be there for fifteen minutes or less and they won't charge you for the parking. There is also a Brickell Key bus connection from the local train and Metromover stations. But then you need to be really serious for the stuff, as it is bit of a hassle

    Related to:
    • Luxury Travel
    • Business Travel

    Was this review helpful?

  • nomadig's Profile Photo

    Dadeland Mall: Huge mall on the outskirts

    by nomadig Written Aug 7, 2008

    Malls seem to be the best choice nowadays to shop as much as you can in a condensed amount of time. Miami's biggest mall is located in the southern suburbs of the city. As usual, the mall is designed to be visited by car, but the local train system has a station a few hundred meters from the mall. You just need to cross the huge parking lots to get in.

    The mall is like any other mall; there are all the normal chains, a few department stores, such as Nordstrom and Macy's, and a food garden that serves fast-foodish portions. There is an excellent cookie counter in a coffeeshop, though.

    There is no playground or any other children attractions, so smaller shoppers might get bored easily. Visiting Disney store helps, and there is a Toys'R'Us nearby, on the other side of the train station.

    Related to:
    • Budget Travel

    Was this review helpful?

  • Beverlee Kagan Antique & Vintage Jewelry: Amazing Vintage Jewelry

    by hayes123 Written Oct 29, 2006

    A simply dazzeling array of things that shine and sparkle! Silver, Amber, Turquoise in a wide range of prices. Very good value and something to match any outfit or style. Men's stuff, too. I've never seen another jewelry store like it.
    There are several good restaurants near by.

    What to buy: Everything is unique, here.

    What to pay: 10$ and up.

    Was this review helpful?

  • musbars's Profile Photo

    Dadeland

    by musbars Written Oct 6, 2004

    Dadeland should have its own zip code. One of the largest shopping malls in the country with a fine collection of stores. Plenty of covered and open parking and easy to get to. Located in the south end of the county just off US 1 to the west at Kendall Drive (SW 88th street). There are several restaurants and a food court. Burdines has been the main anchor store there for many years.

    Was this review helpful?

  • wahine76's Profile Photo

    Collins Avenue: Street Shopping in SoBe!

    by wahine76 Written Aug 8, 2005

    You'll find all kind of stores on Collins Avenue in SoBe such as The Gap, Banana Republic, Quiksilver, Ralph Lauren, Express as well as independant boutiques...All the different stores have an Art Deco design, which make them very interesting.

    Related to:
    • Luxury Travel
    • Women's Travel
    • Road Trip

    Was this review helpful?

  • Helen196's Profile Photo

    Recycled Blues: Recylced Blues

    by Helen196 Updated Apr 4, 2011

    Recycled Blues is a fabulous vintage shop on Washington Avenue. Dresses, jeans, shirts, accessories - ANYTHING vintage is sold here.

    The dresses are particularly fab ;-) and the prices are pretty good too.

    If you like to dress a little differently from the crowd then this place is for you.

    What to buy: Vintage jeans and cowboy shirts, dresses and accessories

    Was this review helpful?

  • lcy's Profile Photo

    shopping?

    by lcy Written Jun 18, 2003

    Why shopping in Miami? Miami living standard is one of the highest cities in the US.

    I'm sure what u can find here, u can find in your own places.

    However, since it's hot in Miami, u can find lots of bikini varieties. Clothes here are very summer!

    Was this review helpful?

Miami Hotels

See all 152 Hotels in Miami

Latest Miami Hotel Reviews

Holiday Inn Marina Park Hotel-Port of Miami
796 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 21, 2014
Tempo Miami, A RockResort
319 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 13, 2014
Fontainebleau Miami Beach
4226 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 21, 2014
Hilton Miami Downtown - Biscayne
992 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 21, 2014
Doubletree Grand Hotel& Condos
679 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 18, 2014
Lombardy Inn
54 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 31, 2014
Intercontinental West Miami
413 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 20, 2014
Marriott's Villas at Doral
247 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 19, 2014
Brickell Avenue Inn Miami
305 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 19, 2014
Embassy Suites Hotel Miami International Airport
942 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 20, 2014
Hyatt Regency Miami
1058 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 20, 2014
Beach Paradise Hotel
243 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Mar 16, 2014
Hilton Miami Airport
611 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 20, 2014
Trump International Beach Resort
802 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 21, 2014
Habitat Miami
45 Reviews & Opinions
Latest: Apr 11, 2014

Instant Answers: Miami

Get an instant answer from local experts and frequent travelers

86 travelers online now

Comments

Miami Shopping

Travel tips and advice posted by real travelers and Miami locals.
Map of Miami