Fiesta Mall is a shopping center situated off the US 60 at Alma School Road in West Southern Avenue, Mesa, Arizona. Opening hours are 10am to 9pm Monday to Saturday and 11am to 6pm on Sundays, although restaurant and department store hours may vary. Doors are open for mall walkers at 7am Monday to Saturday and 8am on Sundays.
The shopping mall is managed by Westcor, which has been in operation since 1969 and has a portfolio of 28 shopping centers, including 11 super-regional centers, three specialty retail centers and 14 urban villages in Arizona. Fiesta Mall offers more than 140 specialty stores as well as restaurants, entertainment and special events. It was originally opened in 1979 and was one of the first major malls to be built in Mesa, which has traditionally been one of the nation's fastest growing areas.
The mall has an upper and lower level housing the numerous stores with four in particular dominating the four parts of the center. Macy's, Dillard's, and Sears are the largest stores at the mall and can be accessed from both levels, whilst Best Buy has a large store accessible from the lower level. Along with the larger stores there are many well known names retailing clothing, jewelery, perfumes and food amongst other things.
On the lower floor there are stores such as AT&T, Champs Sports, Foot Locker, Hollister Co, Waldebooks and Zales, whilst upstairs stores include American Eagle Outfitters, Claire's, Dick's Sporting Goods, Music Box and Clock Club, T-Mobile and Victoria's Secret. There are also a number of carts and kiosks featuring various jewelery vendors, mobile phone services and products amongst other things. Varous services are available at the mall including hairdressing and piercings.
There are many dining options for visitors ranging from snacks to sit down restaurant meals and are all to be found on the upper level. Sweets and treats can be purchased at Auntie Anne's, Cinnabon, Dairy Queen/Orange Julius and the Sweet Factory whilst coffee, tea and smoothies can be found at Kokobelli Bagel Caf‚. Visitors just wanting a sandwich can try Subway, but for more substantial offerings there are various restaurants and dining areas offering American, Italian, Mexican, Asian and Mediterranean cuisine.
Children can be kept amused in the play area on the lower level where they can play on a colorful snake, smilingturtle and a desert rock slide. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and there is a height maximum of 42 inches. Also on the lower level visitors can unwind with a massage at Easy Relax, or upstairs Major N Music sells guitars and offers guitar lessons.
Guest Services are available on the lower level between Hallmark and The Deb ShopGuest Services. Representatives are available from 10am to 9pm on Monday to Saturday and 11am to 6pm on Sunday and can help with lost property and store and area information. The mall provides special parking, restroom accessibility, automatic door entrances and elevators for physically challenged visitors.
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