Wow this place is huge. Every designer brand you can think of is in this mall. I loved the ice skating rink that was on first floor by food. I spent 2 hours on the first day not near enough time to explore everything.
Very well maintained and upscale mall about 15 minute drive from our hotel in downtown. The Christmas decor is beautiful and they have have an indoor skating rink available to Public. Unlike other malls we’ve been to back home and around the country, we did not feel over crowded and confined. There was also a good amount of people wearing masks which made us feel better. Some store are still monitoring the number of people in a store to allow for proper social distancing as well. They had a nice food court and carousel for the children. The fine dining restaurants were closer to the Target and Macys.
I don't care for shopping but there are quite a selection of restaurants in the area. The place is located near the football stadium past the western end of the Rice University campus. So if you are touring the campus, it is a long walk from say Lovette Hall to the Rice Village Shops.
Very nice and quite large set of stores. Houston has a very large Asian community. This particular mall has a lot of Vietnamese as well as Korean and Chinese shops. Nearby Dun Huang Plaza is mostly Chinese with a few Korean shops (in case any of that matter to you).
This smaller shopping center has very good boutiques and smaller establishments. I specially Love. VIKARI French boutique! It’s worth a trip! Their women’s clothing and home items are always a great one of a kind find!
This gallery has it all. Matt and his knowledgeable staff oversee a huge inventory of quality art, sculpture and furniture with something for everyone. Their new showcase space for “openings” and events is a venue not to be missed!
Nothing special about this place unless you’re like my uncle who likes to walk around and negotiate different prices with people just for the fun of it and end up walking away with 50 smoke detectors he’ll never use. But he got them for 2 dollars each.I didn’t find anything special here
This is one very interesting thing about Houston. Our summertime weather is very hot and humid so walking between buildings at street level leaves one all sweaty. So use the tunnels instead! There are lots of shops and restaurants and interesting things to see.
I took my granddaughter there just to let her explore and we had a great time.
I thoroughly enjoy coming here to soak up all the goodness. I know it sounds funny but there is a ambience this museum has that instantly calms you. They have a nice selection of books to drown in and that's exactly what I come looking for. I would like to come back for the speakers and/or events soon!