Westfield San Francisco Centre
168 locals recommend ·
Tips from locals
Looking to shop? Westfield offers an integrated experience in this historical building with great shops, movie theaters, spa, and a variety of great restaurants to choose from. Make sure you check out the Rotunda if you like architecture.
Indoor shopping with many stores in downtown SF, on Market Street. Parking at 5th and Mission garage or bus or Uber here easily. Go if you really like shopping and don’t mind crowds.
Upscale Mall and shopping center, 15 minute walk or 3 minutes by MUNI, the San Francisco bus system.
The Westfield San Francisco Centre is an upscale, urban shopping mall located in San Francisco, California, managed by the Westfield Group and co-owned by Westfield and Brookfield Asset Management. It is anchored by Nordstrom and Bloomingdale's, and includes a Century Theatres multiplex and a branch…
In central SF - and near SF MOMA, Metreon and Yerba Buena park so you can split up and do a variety of things and come back together for lunch and dinner.
3 quick train stops away in SF. Everything you expect is there + another large multi-theater cinema.
where All the brand names located, could spend the day and night there, has famous restaurants as well.
Westfield Mall walking distance from House Coco, you can find everything here
A 9-story mall featuring over 170 shops & restaurants, a multiplex & a dome-covered atrium.
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