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The mall is a mile-long, tree-lined promenade stretching through the heart of downtown. Bustling with street vendors, souvenir shops, clothing and jewelry stores, and a plethora of bars and restaurants, this energetic strip offers plenty of variety. The Denver Pavilions, at the entrance of the mall, is a new open-air shopping plaza filled with trendy chains, including the Denver edition of the Hard Rock Café. The D & F Tower, a 325-foot (100-meter) replica of the Campanile (bell tower) in Venice, graces the center of the mall. The Tabor Center adds to the shopping enthusiasm. Free shuttles provide transportation up and down the mall, allowing for convenient cross-town sightseeing.
Here you can find the perfect flower arrangement or sweetheart card for your favorite darling, or add to your travel apparel from some of the fine stores that line this small square. It has restaurants, as well as a confectionery store to handle any sweet tooth urges. Roam the red brick-laid walkways through art galleries, jewelry stores, and other specialty shops. There is easy access to and from the 16th Street shuttle.
The Denver Pavilions, located downtown at the south end of the 16th Street Mall, is Denver's latest upscale shopping plaza and entertainment center, stocked with popular chains. This three-tiered, open-air venue is a hotspot of activity, especially around lunchtime. The stylish Wolfgang Puck Cafe headlines the dining destinations, along with tourist favorite Hard Rock Café. A 15-screen United Artists movie complex occupies the third floor. All the standard retail chains, including GAP, Banana Republic, Niketown and Ann Taylor are scattered about the plaza.
Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Lord & Taylor, Tiffany & Co. and Ralph Lauren anchor the 160 shops at this upscale mall. The indoor playground, designed around a breakfast theme, features slides that resemble bacon strips alongside enormous plastic eggs. The mall also features valet parking, in addition to 5000 covered spaces in the adjoining free parking garage. Häagen-Dazs and California Pizza Kitchen are on-site as is a multiplex movie theater.
Officially billed as the 'Park Meadows Retail Resort,' this mall's name reflects its attempt to replicate an alpine resort environment. The mall security officers resemble park rangers. Rock formations rise in rest areas, and the pine interior reminds shoppers more of a ski lodge than a suburban shopping mall. Nordstrom and Dillard's anchor the mall's other gift stores and boutiques. It is easily accessible and the perfect place to shop, dine and entertain.