Michigan's most up-scale shopping mall is so impressed with its offerings that it calls itself a "collection," ... More
Michigan's most up-scale shopping mall is so impressed with its offerings that it calls itself a "collection," not a mall. Indeed, many shoppers would consider some of these stores, works of art. Nordstrom, Ralph Lauren/Polo, Saks Fifth Avenue, Tiffany & Co., Neiman-Marcus and Sunglass Hut are among the top destinations. Even during the busiest shopping days, Somerset has an unusual air of decorum. It's the equivalent of putting New York's Fifth Avenue indoors. Several dining options rise above the typical mall fare, but then, you'd expect that from a place that doesn't consider itself a mall.
retails workers are rude if you don't drive a bentley up to the store you are trash to them.the funny thing is in the south side the workers are making 8 bucks a hour prooboly and can't afford the things in the stores they work at yet the look down onsomeone because they aren't wearing a $10,000 dollar suit tiffany's and ralph lauren and sak's fifth ave was the worst for rudeness..don't take my word for it go to the south end of the mall and you'll see the rudeness.the north end is quite friendlier and thats mostly where i stayed but won't be making a special trip back to either anytime soon.
i love the atmiphere but th mall is really exspensive and if i would recomend a mall i would recomend ethier great lakes crossing or twelve oaks there both great malls but seriously never go to summerset go to great lakes crossing
This mall had every store you can imagine...Most people think they can't afford this mall. But the north side of the mall has alot of resonible stores. LIke A&F, and Hollister. The South side is where you wan2 avoid if your on a tight budget.