Nice mix of stores, but the design and layout of this place is "wonky." I prefer an indoor mall over this style mall.
22 years ago, i had gone there and loved it. Very different now. Outside of Macy's and Nordstoms not worth going there. We went to eat, only to find out that the Panda Inn is the only sit down restaurant there, all others are food court.
I visited Horton Plaza because I needed some clothes that I failed to bring with me. They have Nordstroms and Macys as anchors. Entrance to the mall can be confusing... I approached from the south which was a large wall with few directions for entering... one has to walk around the corner to get to an entrance... I did not... More
This place was easy to get to from my hotel and was full of shopping options. It is nicely layed out as an outdoor style shopping mall, with the San Diego temperatures this helps...
This mall is easy to get to as it is located centrally in downtown San Diego and is well worth the commute. There are five levels of shopping, restaurants, cafes and a cinema so there is plenty to entertain the whole famlily. The stores are all well priced and the nearby streets also have lots of beautiful shops to have... More
A shopping mall right downtown. Terrific selection of stores. Everything form Nordstrom to Victorias Secret. A little confusing at first because of all,the different levels, but plan for a few hours to see everything.
You could only do this kind of shopping "experience" in San Diego because you can count on the beautiful weather. Be sure to park in a Westfield parking garage and the fee is waived with any purchase in any store. Lovely place, beautiful horticulture, something for every age and interest. Panda Garden Restaurant has wonderful menu, service +++++ and great... More
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