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  • The Shops at Columbus Circle at New York

Shop the Upper West Side's Luxury Mall at Columbus Circle 

Located within the Time Warner Center at Columbus Circle, The Shops are a collection of coveted retailers and designer destinations on the Upper West Side. Just a mile from the hotel, you'll find three floors of high-end shopping and specialty stores for an upscale day of retail therapy.
 
The Shops at Columbus Circle include everything from apparel and accessories to gourmet chocolatiers and adult candy stores. Shop makeup, athletic gear, perfumes, jewelry, and much more just a few subway stops or a scenic 20-minute walk from Hotel Belleclaire.
The Shops at Columbus Circle at New York

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Hours

  • Monday - Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m., Sunday: 11:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
 

Prices

  • Vary by store
 

Major Retailers & Stores

  • J. Crew
  • Cole Haan
  • Ted Baker
  • Coach
  • Madewell
  • Sephora
  • Williams-Sonoma
 

Specialty Shops

  • The Art of Shaving
  • Sugarfina
  • Amazon Books
  • Whole Foods Market
 

Map/Directions

 

FAQs

  • Are there any places to eat at The Shops at Columbus Circle?

    Yes, in fact The Shops' restaurant and bar collection is one of best dining destinations on the Upper West Side, with Michelin-starred eateries and cafes featuring world-renowned chefs. Restaurants and bars include:
    • Momofuko Noodle Bar & Bang Bar
    • Bluebird London
    • Masa & Bar Masa
    • Porter House Bar & Grill
    • Per Se
  • What is the statue in the middle of Columbus Circle?

    The monument is a tribute to Christopher Columbus, with a marble statue of Columbus atop a granite column which commemorates the explorer's naval achievements. The monument was designed and built by sculptor Gaetano Russo in Italy and unveiled at the traffic circle, which came to be known as Columbus Circle, in 1892 as part of the 400th anniversary celebration of Columbus' arrival in America.
 

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