The Best Los Angeles Shopping
Retail therapy in Los Angeles includes high-end designers, great bargains, and plenty of fresh air and sunshine. With retail centers found throughout the city, shopping sits near the top of the list of can’t-miss activities when visiting LA.
Enjoy these thriving Los Angeles shopping destinations when you stay at Kawada Hotel.
This landmark market features prepared foods while also specializing in unique provisions and other goods to take home.
317 S Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Consumers can take advantage of wholesale prices at the sprawling downtown Jewelry District. These outlets are packed with beautiful baubles and can be found along Broadway, Hill Street, and Olive Street.
This three-story mall features unique purveyors of authentic Japanese goods. The center also features restaurants and other businesses.
333 S Alameda Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013
With a mission to join the ranks of shopping meccas around the world, The Bloc is off to a good start. Stores open now include Macy's, Jewelry Pavilion and Kodak, with many more soon to open, including Free Market, Mr. G Toys and various eateries. Amenities include a rooftop garden and lounge, yoga classes, a weekly Farmers' Market and more.
700 South Flower
Los Angeles, California 90017
Located in Beverly Hills neighborhood, this shopping mall features famous high-end retailers including Prada, Burberry, Gucci, and more. You can also enjoy sweeping views from the structure’s rooftop.
8500 Beverly Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90048
This 700,000 square foot outdoor shopping center is a great choice for finding the best bargains in town. From Old Navy to Banana Republic to Adidas, this outlet complex offers a variety of well-known brand names.
100 Citadel Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90040
This popular retail and entertainment complex features shops and restaurants. It previously served as the set for the TV show Extra and is a favorite among locals and visitors alike.
189 The Grove Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90036
Starting at Santa Monica Boulevard and ending at Lucille Avenue, Melrose Avenue is a world-famous shopping, dining, and entertainment destination that makes its way through the heart of Los Angeles.
The Robertson Boulevard shopping district is found at the northern end of the street, in West Hollywood and Beverly Hills. It is known for its designer clothing and frequent celebrity sightings.
This 2-mile street in Beverly Hills has all the makings of a posh afternoon, including luxury stores and restaurants. Enjoy a little window shopping as you stroll along the wide, palm tree-lined sidewalks.