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Plaza Las Américas to Open New Stores and Restaurants | Business Gallery

Plaza Las Américas announced the early opening of new stores and restaurants between October and November for the beginning of the 2021 Christmas season, and totaling close to 20,000 square feet of commercial space.

These include the Springfield and Pashon stores, the Mañanitas and Smash Burger restaurants, an MCS service center and a Tesla car showroom. The relocation of the Casa Febus store was also announced.

“Consumers find in PLAZA the widest offer of fashion, food, services and entertainment under one roof that exists in Puerto Rico,” said Franklin Domenech, general manager of the shopping center. “This offer strengthens even more with these openings that anticipate the arrival of the Christmas season, which we trust this year we can celebrate in a big way, with all the joy, rhythm and variety of events that we are used to,” he added.

Springfield will be located on the first level, in a space of about 3,700 square feet, in front of the Sephora store. Springfield offers casual and contemporary fashion merchandise for men and women between the ages of 25-35. The store is expected to open in early October.

Springfield will sell casual and contemporary fashion merchandise for men and women.


The Pashon store will also open in the former Pashmina store, on the second level of the shopping center, in front of the Amado Amado beauty salon, where they will have pashminas and accessories for sale.

On the first level of the corridor between JCPenney and Macy’s, in a space of approximately 2,500 square feet, the first Tesla vehicle showroom will open in Puerto Rico. This will be located right next to the Galeria footwear and accessories store.

MCS, a health insurance company, will also open a location in Plaza Las Américas, where they will temporarily operate in the corridor of the second level, between the Central Atrium and JCPenney, in a space of roughly 2,600 square feet. For the next year, MCS is expected to occupy its fixed space of 3,300 square feet on the first level, near the north source.

Moreover, visitors will also enjoy a more varied gastronomic offer in the shopping center with the opening of Mañanitas, a casual Mexican restaurant, and the Smash Burgers establishment. Both will be located on the second level, near the balcony to the Central Atrium, and will share a common area as a dining room. Mañanitas is a “fast-casual dining” concept of Mexican food. They will also have a variety of margaritas available to accompany their dishes.

Right next door, Smash Burgers will offer a menu of high-quality homemade burgers with their traditional companions, as well as a selection of craft beers. Due to their privileged location on the second level of the central atrium, these establishments are presented as an alternative for consumers for lunch, dinner or happy hour, as they will offer musical entertainment some days of the week.

The shopping center’s management also announced the relocation of Casa Febus, which will move to a more spacious and comfortable space of some 8,700 square feet, where the Microsoft store previously operated.

Plaza Las Américas is the main commercial center in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, and has approximately 300 stores, over 40 food establishments and restaurants, and 15 cinema rooms. With 1.9 million square feet, the shopping mall is located in Hato Rey, in the heart of the San Juan metro area.

San Juan Puerto Rico Shopping

Besides the great shopping, during weekends malls are a lot of fun… come and join locals to celebrate cultural events, live music, art exhibits, food-tasting events and so much more.  During the holidays the malls are full of life from mid-November until the second week of January.

Plaza Las Américas is the biggest mall in the Caribbean with a great variety of stores.  See a directory of stores and events.

The Mall of San Juan, the city’s newest mall is a smaller mall with high-end stores and a really nice food court.  There’s live music every Thursday from 6 pm at Nuovo Mercato.  See directory of stores and events.

Old San Juan Historic District

Be sure to save room in your luggage for some wonderful finds in Old San Juan, you’ll find many typical souvenir shops, but if you look more closely as you walk the city, you’ll find some of the most unique and interesting shops with exquisite jewelry, clothing, artisans, art galleries, and the popular authentic Panama hats.

Cruise visitors will have convenient access to shops in Old San Juan, just a 5-minute walk from the piers in Old San Juan and a short taxi drive from the Pan American Pier.

Paseo de La Princesa is a wonderful spot just minutes from the piers where most artisans sell unique high-quality crafts, vendors are typically there during cruise days, weekends, and holiday weeks.

Most of the shops are located in Calle Fortaleza, Calle Cristo, Calle de San Francisco has a variety of jewelry stores.  If you have time just walk around to find more unique finds.  

Popular artisan shops in San Juan

Mi Pequeño San Juan, Mundo Taino, The Poet’s Passage, the Artisan Corner, Puerto Rico Arts & Crafts, and Seven Seas among others.

Items to Buy in Old San Juan

  • Panama Hats are one of the most sought-after items.  You’ll see many Panama hats in stores, two of the best shops are El Galpon and Olé. You can get custom-made hats in various styles.
  • Paintings and artisan crafts can add some island joy to your home.  Popular items are hand-painted wall plaques of Old San Juan, figures of The Three Kings, and countryside scenes from the island such as the flaming red Flamboyan tree.  Gallery shops are easily accessible around the historic district of Old San Juan, you can visit a few on Calle Cristo.
  • Puerto Rico Frog Dangle Charm” from Pandora.
  • Sun dresses – You’ll find many shops with beautiful sundresses perfect for a day of exploring the islands during your cruise.
  • Jewelry – You’ll find many jewelry shops around the historic district.  See the map below for locations.
  • Handmade purses – Take home something unique and beautiful that matches YOU.  You’ll find a nice collection at Shopconcalma created by local artists. The shop carries a variety of items.

Need more luggage? After all the shopping, if you need more room to pack, head to Marshall’s on your way back to the cruise port, the store always has tons of luggage at great prices.

Condado Tourist District

Head to Ashford Avenue in Condado, for boutiques and a few high-end stores.

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173 Hints and reviews


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  • About an hour or two before the mall closes, Deli Cuisine has all food at half price. Great place/time to get good local food at an excellent price 😉

  • Must stop at Que Pasta! Pasta is amazing. Get there early cause finding parking can be a hassle. And if you don’t want to go through with that there is valet parking for $6

  • Great selection of shops and an amazing food court. At times, you may find live bands playing and signing autographs. About a 45 minute bus ride from San Juan (if taking public transportation).

  • Try to park on the third floor in the covered parking lot. That way you can walk over a covered bridge nest Macy’s and the Caribbean Cinemas

  • You can shop ’til you drop at the largest shopping mall in the Caribbean. Boasing over 250 retail stores you can easily spend an entire day finding that perfect outfit or gift.

  • You can shop ’til you drop at the largest shopping mall in the Caribbean. Boasing over 250 retail stores you can easily spend an entire day finding that perfect outfit or gift.

  • Variety of stores and restaurants.

  • Make sure you bring your sneakers this mall is huge and youll do alot of walking best place to eat is ponte fresco or cheesecake factory con ?#?PLAZAFashionTrends? y @PlazaLasAmericas y podrias ganar!

  • Definitivamente es mejor ir en días de semana que los fines de semana! No hay tanta gente y es mas rapido de conseguir estacionamiento!

  • Huge mall with a variety of stores. Is the largest mall in all Caribbean. You should take a whole day to shop here.

  • Lady at first floor information counter was really helpful and nice when we asked for direction back to condado

  • Biggest center in PR. Over 250 stores & 50 restaurants. You’ll find clothing, shoes & purses not avail in the US. — Kenya Michaels, RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 4

  • One of the best malls in America! Every single store is here except Best Buy, which is across the highway.

  • For many years was the biggest mall in the Caribeean. You can find almost anything you need or want

  • Very beautiful mall, with a lot of brands, you can found a Brook Brothers inside!

  • Parking sometime’s a bitch!… save yourself all the hassle and hustle-work and go straight to the top floor on the multilevel parking near the movie theather.

  • The multi-level parking next to Macy’s has additional space available almost every day.

  • Sencillamente [email protected] lugar para ir de tiendas en Puerto Rico

  • ¡Pasa por el booth de Ofertones y El Vocero para ganar una estadía de 3 días y 2 noches @ Culebra! (Tienes hasta el 22 de Oct 2012)

  • the entire mall an inside the stores!! Enjoy the real LTE speed while you made your shopping!

  • Visit Plaza Las Americas Mall for a nice shopping experience, variety of stores and restaurants.

  • Visit Plaza Las Americas Mall fro a nice shopping experience, variety of stores and restaurants.

  • Huge! Nice! & busy! Do NOT go on the weekends, you won’t find parking!

  • Be sure to grab lunch at La Placita en Plaza on the 3rd floor near JCPenny — it’s delicious!

  • Es grande, tiene buenos accesos y es limpia. El servicio de taxis es eficiente. Solo que no tiene espacios para cargar tus móviles.

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  • Uno de los centros comerciales más importantes del Caribe. Cuenta con grandes cines, patio de comidas y 300 tiendas exclusivas.

  • Best time to go is during the week of course. …unless youre looking for a new love!

  • Nice mall to walk around and shop. Lots of stores

  • The BEST Mall in Puerto Rico. Great FOOD joints & Restaurants. GO to: & Follow us on Twitter: @Foodietiando

  • The largest shopping center in Puerto Rico. Parking can be problematic on weekends. Problem solved paying $6 for valet parking.

  • Love it. Great store you’ll never leave with your hands empty.

  • Last Friday @ La Terraza. Simply delicious!

  • If you want peace, dont go on the weekends… this place is always full of people.. I really dont think people here work.

  • Now you can access AT&T 4G LTE coverage across the entire mall an inside the stores!! Enjoy!!

  • Huge mall. 3 levels!!! Cheesecake factory and a food court inside!

  • Si van por ropa, están los locales de marcas más conocidas, como Gap, Banana Republic, Old Navy, Aeropostale, etc

  • The best #shopping #mall in #PuertoRico

  • 902! Siempre hay algo nuevo y bueno q ver!

  • It’s good for those lazy days whenever you just wanna go shopping, eat and go to the movies

  • Buen Mall, encuentro toda clase de tiendas y el Aire acondicionado esta bueno 😁✌

  • Biggest mall in the Caribbean! New stores open every year… Shop till you drop.

  • Mucha variedad de tiendas, el problema es el estacionamiento por mas que construyan mucho estacionamiento no hay 😤.

  • Best place to take the kids to see Santa at his work shop and photos with him.

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