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Shopping - Where to Shop In & Around Dallas

allas is a popular destination for shoppers-and it's no wonder, because the city has more shopping centers per capita than any other American metropolis. As home to some of Texas' wealthiest residents, Dallas offers an array of upscale malls and shops sure to appeal to guests of boutique hotels downtown Dallas. And the climate, mild through much of the year, is perfect for shopping both indoors and out. During your stay at five star hotels Dallas, you might enjoy shopping at the following places:

Galleria Dallas - Located in north Dallas, this world-class mall features more than 200 designer shops and fine dining establishments, as well as an ice rink. Flagship stores include prominent upscale retailers.

Highland Park Village - Located in Highland Park, outside but near the Dallas city limits, this is a must-see for any dedicated shopper. A U.S. National Historic Landmark, it opened in 1931, becoming only the second shopping center in the United States and the first to be self-contained. Likened to Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, Highland Park Village offers an array of high-end retail boutiques.

NorthPark Center - Located in north Dallas, the center offers shoppers more than 325 stores selling everything from luxury designs to everyday American brands. Park Lane, just across the street, is in development and slated to house another 700,000 square feet of retail space, restaurants, and entertainment venues.

West Village - In Uptown, near the entertainment district, this trendy area is known for its cutting-edge boutiques, fine dining, and the independent Magnolia Theater.

West End Historic District - Located within Downtown, the West End features more than 80 stores in restored buildings and warehouses. The district appeals particularly to shoppers interested in vintage items and antiques.

Farmers Market District - Also Downtown, this district is home to the historic Dallas Farmers Market, open daily from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Local farmers sell produce in the market itself, while florists and other vendors sell their goods nearby.

Deep Ellum - Located just east of downtown, this area first became popular with jazz and blues artists nearly a century ago. Deep Ellum has now evolved into a trendy arts district filled with unique galleries and eateries.

You can find additional shopping options near Dallas downtown hotels. The Neiman Marcus flagship store, located in the Central Business District, offers both retail shopping and a museum tracing the brand's history and success. Also within downtown are the Main Street District and the Arts District, providing further shopping opportunities.