I took my daughter into the store to buy a few items. All of the cashiers were beautiful, friendly, and helpful. However, one manager (Mary I believe) was so rude! acted as if i was totally inconviencing her. I doubt we will return.
Unfortunately, for such a high end store, the Stuart Weitzman store was a let down because of the attitude of the Manager of that store. Not sure whether a language barrier or cultural background of the Manageress played a part in the less than helpful, rude and condescending attitude displayed by the Manageress.
Avoid at all costs and shop at Neiman Marcus that also stocks the brand. They really know how to respect and treat their customers really well.
In a word - disgraceful describes the behavior of the Manageress of the Stuart Weitzman store - absolutely disgraceful and a huge let down for such a great brand
This place was great, such a variety of shops. Loved the disney store and the build a bear workshop. I found one or two of the sales people in the some of the shops rude but overall they were all very nice. The place is huge and my mother who has bad artritis in both legs found it a bit of a struggle but there were loads of places to stop and take a rest which is good. The food court was nice too. We went first on a weekend and it was packed but we went again midweek and it was grand. There were a lot of stalls going down through the mall aswell. Some of the sellers were a bit pushy but If I wasn't interested and they kept on at me I told them I'm not interested and walked away.IE: people selling nail sets? no thanks but people selling hair straighteners? sure!! :) I loved the big christmas tree with the nutcrackers and whatnot on it. The santa they had was perfect, not a fake bearded fella but a proper one. Lovely :)
This mall is the best i've ever been to, loved it. you might overspend a bit but the things you get are definatley worth it. You won't over spend because things are overly expensive, it'll be because there is so much there that you'll want it all :)
If i ever go back to Philadelphia, I will definately go back there.
1O stars out of 5 :)
This Salon, located on the Upper Level of The Court (next to California Pizza Kitchen), is the absolute best nail salon I have ever visited. Manicures and pedicures are a "must" for me and I am very particular. Classic Nails is, by far, the ultimate in service and talent. I have been a allegiant customer for over 3 years. The owner operator, Chi, has a unique skill in nail sculpting, along with a welcoming and warm demeanor. His operators are also very accommodating. You will never visit another salon once you have had the services at Classic Nails.
I was at the Kind of Prussia Mall last year when I went to Dressage at Devon...a national/olympic level horse show.
This is right by the king of Prussia mall, so I decided to go see it.
It is a shopoholics dream! : ]
I am going back this year, this weekend for the same horse show, and I am postitively going to the King of Prussia mall.
It's amazing...you spend big bucks, but it is wonderful!
The food, the stores...all of it!
I walked into this mall...and it was like Heaven. I thought the Concord mall in Charlotte, NC and Four Seasons in Greensboro, NC was nice...but, I fell in love with this place. They had the David Yurman store, Kenneth Cole and other stores with fine merchandise that I have not seen in NC. I have a shoe and handbag fetish, and I when I walked into a store called Fonda...I was as child in a candy store. Yes, the handbags are a little pricey but I got some good deals. The cleanliness of the mall was great. There are restaurants as would any other mall...nice food court and just a beautiful place. My friend and I enjoyed ice cream near the fountain until I freaked out when a beetle flew down my blouse. You must visit!
King of Prussia is the best mall on the east coast bottom line!!!!...more stores than u could ever imagine...tons of places 2 eat ...and is really upscale and luxurious!!!...just a tip...there is no way you'll be able to get 2 all the stores u want in 1 vistit..it's impossible (believe me i go there all the time and there are still stores i like but have never been in..) so if u are planning to go...make sure to go really early and plan a weekend trip not just a one day thing!!!
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