Top Shopping Destinations Around Phoenix and Scottsdale

Ready to shop 'til you drop? The Valley of the Sun has numerous shopping destinations to choose from, whether you're looking for upscale designer brands or outlet prices.

Scottsdale Fashion Square is the largest shopping mall in the Southwest, and one of the top 30 largest malls in country. Spend the day there browsing a myriad of shops, from mall staples to designer names such as Louis Vuitton and Gucci. You can even purchase a new car at the Tesla showroom. Then grab a bite in the extensive food court or at one of the many restaurants before heading to see a movie at the luxurious Harkins Theatres location. 

At Chandler Fashion Mall you'll find more than almost 200 stores and four department stores, and a myriad of eateries. Children love the LEGO and Disney stores, while adults shop Ann Taylor and Vera Bradley.

And with all the sunshine the Valley of the Sun sees, having open-air access destinations makes perfect sense. Wander through Scottsdale Quarter, Kierland Commons, Tempe Marketplace and Biltmore Fashion Park while soaking up the sun in-between wandering through stores.

For those looking for a deal, the Valley's many outlet destinations fit the bill. Phoenix Premium Outlets, Arizona Mills and the Outlets at Anthem are just a few examples of places where shoppers score deals worth bragging about.

Scottsdale Fashion Square

From Neiman Marcus and Dillard’s to Nordstrom and Macys, Scottsdale Fashion Square encloses four city blocks in air conditioning and brand-name experiences. A two-story retail bridge leaps Camelback Road to connect with Nordstrom.

Arizona Mills

Value-focused indoor shopping center with outlets for Neiman Marcus (Last Call), Burlington Coat Factory, Sears and JCPenney, family entertainment venues SEA LIFE Arizona aquarium and LEGOLAND Discovery Center, and Gameworks arcade, and adventuresome dining at Rainforest Cafe.

Biltmore Fashion Park

Courtyard- and sidewalk-access shopping center anchored by Phoenix’s only Saks Fifth Avenue, filled out by luxury boutiques, and fueled by restaurants ranging from fast to fine French. At the east end: independent and local “mini-shops” known collectively as UNION.