Give yourself the better portion of a day to visit New Mexico's largest indoor shopping mall—Cottonwood Mall. With ... More
Give yourself the better portion of a day to visit New Mexico's largest indoor shopping mall—Cottonwood Mall. With as many as three shopping levels, this mall harbors just about anything you need or think you need. Anchored on one end by J.C. Penny's and on the other by multi-screen Starport theater, it will take some time to see it all. Strategically positioned in the center of it all is a huge, upstairs food court that looks up at an upside-down landscape and sky scape of Albuquerque.
There were alot of great stores its kind of cold but still it is very nice. i spend maybe 100 or above there every time i go and get maybe40 things very nice thank you.
The thing i didnt like was i had to wait 10 minutes to find a table because it was so crowded.
I love shopping and I loved the Cottonwood Mall. Such a large shopping expanse in a relatively small neighbourhood. Has the feel of a TARDIS (Time And Relative Dimension In Space) in that it looks small from the outside but is really quite big on the inside. I encourage you to visit this mall at your earliest opportunity, it has all the major branches and smaller boutiques and one-off units. Take the car, take a flight, take the bus even. Just go there today and take plenty of money!
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