Malls, Bogotá

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    Atlantis Mall: Atlantis Small But Upscale

    by AVSENT Written Mar 1, 2014
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    This mall looks glamorous from the outside and sports a McDonalds at the entrance. It has chic designer stores and a pretty good size food court on the top level. There were divergent food offerings including a few american chains (KFC, McDonalds, subway, etc). Although, it was several stories tall it was not real big. Nice place to spend a few hours and maybe stop in at the Hard Rock Cafe.

    What to buy: Hard Rock Ts

    What to pay: Too Much

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    Andino Mall: Big mall

    by acemj Updated Dec 29, 2007

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    The Andino Mall is a very nice, modern shopping mall in Zona Rosa toward the northern end of Bogota. I went here to visit a travel agency where we booked an airline ticket to Ecuador, but there are also plenty of stores here selling most things you might need. Some of the stores are international brands and some are national. There is also a movie theater here.

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  • Malls -hacienda santa barabara: hot shopping

    by piola100 Written Oct 30, 2007

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    this is one of the hippiest, more nicest mall's in bogota, it has an special colonial air, mixed with a modern, one floor could be filled with little cafe's, fountains and bookstores, and other floor could have the most modern gadgets, you could find from clothing to home supplies to nice restaurants

    What to buy: clothes, jewelry, artifacts, books, art and much more

    What to pay: everything rates from 10.000 pesos which is about 5 dollars to 500.000 pesos wich is 250 dollars

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    Unicentro: Big mall, wide variety

    by panderita Updated Aug 29, 2005

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    Unicentro Mall hold and big amount of shops from you basic grocery shop to sunglasses and sportwear, perfumes and beauty shops.
    Its all you can ask for in a mall.
    Includes a foodcourt.

    What to buy: everything and anything.

    What to pay: Depends, but you find affordable stuff for everyone.

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    Unicentro: Big mall, wide variety

    by panderita Written Aug 29, 2005

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    Unicentro Mall hold and big amount of shops from you basic grocery shop to sunglasses and sportwear, perfumes and beauty shops.
    Its all you can ask for in a mall.
    Includes a foodcourt.

    What to buy: everything and anything.

    What to pay: Depends, but you find affordable stuff for everyone.

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    Malls

    by IrishFem Updated May 31, 2003

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    You can shop at Unicentro just like any other department store. More up market is another mall in Santa Barbara. Staff will follow you around the store, which l found strange at first. However you do get used to it and they are not looking for tips just being helpful. The security will also check your bag before you enter and put a tag on it so you can't steal.

    What to buy: Leather goods. Anything from clothes to suitcases and beautiful jewellery. Emeralds very cheap but make sure you go to a reputable store.

    What to pay: You can bargain, not in the centres but the smaller shops.

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    Shopping Malls

    by Ossi.P Updated Nov 18, 2002

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    Bogotá has several US-style shopping malls which are:

    Unicetro : oldest and one of the biggest malls in Bogotá. Calle 127 with Cr. 15

    Andino : Don't use the parking, costs $3.000 per hour...:D
    Quite a noble mall. Cr. 11 with Cll. 82

    Atlantis : Newly built in what i call "Cartagena-sytle". If you're keen o Hardrock Café T-shirts, this is your place!
    Next to Andino and Zona Rosa: Calle 80 with Cr. 13

    Hacienda Santa Barbara : Beautiful mixture of the old hacienda and mordern arquitecture. Near Plaza Usaquén Cr. 7 with Cll. 116.

    Granahorrar : I don't like this SC although it has a few good shops and not the most expensive prices.
    Av. Chile (Cl. 72) with Cr. 11

    Bulevar Niza : Well, a normal mall...
    Av. Suba with Cll. 125 (Av. 127)

    Salitra Plaza : At every entrance there is a garden representing one region of Colombia. Next to Maloka. Av. Luis Carlos Galán with Cr. 68.

    Metropolis : Av. 68 with Cll. 76(?).

    Plaza de las Americas : The only mall in the "south" of Bogotá. Between Av. de las Americas, Av. Boyacá and Av. 1° de Mayo.

    If you need any Computer stuff, no matter what Unilago is your place.
    A shopping center only for computer suff and monitors. Cr. 15 with Cll. 78.
    If you want pirate programs or games just have a stroll around Unilago.

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    Malls: andino mall in la zona rosa area

    by beavermac Written May 19, 2008

    great mall,nice food court,lots of high end store and any stores ya would see in the usa

    What to pay: about the same in the mall if your buying expensive stuff.

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