Plaza Las Americas is the largest mall in the Caribbean, and is located in the Hato Rey district. Anchor stores include JC ... More
Plaza Las Americas
Plaza Las Americas is the largest mall in the Caribbean, and is located in the Hato Rey district. Anchor stores include JC Penney, Macy's and Sears. More than 300 stores can be found at the Plaza, frequented by both locals and visitors. Among the restaurants featured in the mall are the Ponderosa Steakhouse, Chili's and La Terraza food court, which has over 40 eateries. There are also 22 movie screens here, showing the latest releases.
Hi, I've been a Flamers customer for the past 7 years, I really like their food. On July 4th I went to their restaurant on Plaza Las Americas in San Juan PR. This time I was really disappointed, first the line to order/pay was very unorganized, then they only had one employee preparing the orders. Now, this gentleman was very inappropriate, he was throwing the plates on the counter, I understand the rush, but we are still being charge the same amount of money for the food. This guy was really rude and even challenged me when I asked him to rebuild a wrap since it broke when he threw it on the counter. I think this is very unacceptable. Please correct this situation. My wife and I like their food, but their employees need to understand what customer service is.
The recklessness of all drivers make it a dangerous place to drive around. Locals are not driving they are racing and want to get there first.
Crossing at a red lights, overtaking with no view ahead is a usual occurence. Foreigners beware.
i have been to puerto rico on numerous occasions , and i find ther to be a rather interesting place. the people is beautiful, friendly ,very hospitable and have a very good customer relation background . i am very much familiar with the island and therefore most times while visiting puerto rico i stay either at the holiday inn express @ condado or embassy suites, intercontinental , ritz carlton , or el san juan @ isla verde'. when it comes to eatin , i am a romantic dinner person and there is this particular street in condado, i think wallgreen pharmacy is right on that street , there are tons of beautifull restaurant, too much to choose from . there is a beautiful steak house restaurant @ the embassy suites hotel, ponderosa steak house close by ,the mertopol where u get too much good food 4 ur money and @ the el sanjuan hotel there is 5 restaurant 2 choose from, my favorite being the picalo fontana italian restaurant. now when it comes 2 shoppin plaza las amreicas is my place, omg , i go crazy...... lots of stores , good service and good clean ambience . i think u need 3 days 2 complete the entire mall . rumors say puerto ricans r not friendly but THAT IS SOOOO NOT TRUE , they r one of the MOST PLEASANT PEOPLE I HAVE EVER COME ACCROSS. when i am @the plaza las americas mall i normally shop @ click , rave , 6.7.8. , marianne , gap, old navy , 4 clothes , although i drop in the other stores for like 15 mins. 4 quality housewares i shop @ j.c. penny and sears and 4 good home appliances i shop @ sears. there r so many stores u sometimes get dizzy , but unfotunately not me.......i love plaza las americas . so on ur next trip 2 puerto rico make it a MUST to go 2 plaza l;as americas mall , bcause if u don't u will b missin out big time . Rosette Bedminister , Antigua and Barbuda .
I like everything, all the places i went in Puerto Rico so colorfull and the people very nice.But is kind of exspensive,and the beaches are so beautifull.Is also a great spot for honeymoon and their food oh my god i cant describe it too u just perfect.Oh and the mall plaza las americas, is the bigest mall in las americas u will need like 3 days to b able to see and walk every single store and shop like crazy.and im sorry but my writing english is not that good so if u see a mistake understand.
While visiting Puerto Rico for the first time in August 2007, we made a trip to Plaza Las Americas. It was a bit of a way from Condado where we our hotel was at, but well worth the trip. Wow it is HUGE, and that is even an understatement. You must come when you plenty of time to spare and take your time to browse all the shops. The Macy's is the best!!! The shoe selection was nice and even better of a buy when there was a sale. The food court is big and has a nice selection of places to eat. It is so big that it's in a different building attached to the mall! I am definitely going back for a visit for our second trip to PR this coming week for our spring break vacation. I also liked the outlet shops in Old San Juan, too. Puerto Rico here I come again!!!
Free parking, wide variety of stores and restaurants. From Build-a-Bear Workshop for the kids to Bose and Sony store the big guys. They have a nice bowling alley. A great place for shop 'till you drop!
Once I visited Plaza I was able to see not only very famos stores normaly found in stated side malls but as well stores unique to the island. The store selections accomodate all budgets, from Lladro or Coach to Payless and Old Navy. Macys is great and surprisingly JC Penny was very elegant and humongous. Great destination for the shopper at heart.
OMG! PLAZA las Americas gets bigger everytime I go there.. you will find lots of stores and boutiques, great places to eat and most of all......SHOES..SHOES and more SHOES!! if u love shoes .Plaza is the place to go!
It gets extremely CROWdED on Sundays!
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