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Shopping? New Jersey has a Mall for Everyone!

Designer shopping surrounds Hilton Woodcliff Lake in every direction. Massive malls, sprawling outlets, and high-end fashion define the Tri-State Area, not to mention the chic streets of NYC. Our northern New Jersey location offers an endless selection of shops to choose from, whether you're looking for something no one has back home, or the hottest trend today.

Palisades Center

With upwards of 400 stores and restaurants, Palisades Center is the 10th largest mall in the country. Stretched over 4 floors, notable retailers include Barnes & Noble, Macy's, H&M, and DSW Shoe Warehouse. Thrill-seekers also love the ice rink and Palisades Climb Adventure, a 5-level, 85-foot climbing obstacle course. (9.2 miles; 1000 Palisades Center Dr., West Nyack, NY 10994)

Paramus Park Mall

An upscale regional mall, Paramus Park offers refined tastes a place to unwind. Lifestyle shops like Abercrombie & Fitch, Coach, L.L. Bean, The Limited, and Swarovski fill the space, with a colorful carousel on the lower level. (6.4 miles; 700 Paramus Park, Paramus, NJ 07652)
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Garden State Plaza Mall

Another New Jersey mall mainstay, Garden State Plaza was the first of its kind in the state, offering the perfect blend of retailers, such as American Apparel, Apple Store, Aveda, Crocs, Express, Gucci, J. Crew, Louis Vuitton, Nordstrom, and UNIQLO. (10.1 miles; 1 Garden State Plaza, Paramus, NJ 07652)

The Shops at Riverside

Home to 72 high-end luxury shops, Riverside has a Bloomingdale's, Burberry, Coach, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., Tory Burch, and Saks Fifth Avenue. (11.8 miles; 390 Hackensack Ave., Hackensack, NJ 07601)

Woodbury Common Premium Outlets

A short drive into New York brings you to Woodbury Common, one of the largest outlet centers in the world, and still expanding. Weekend shoppers can enjoy the ease of a trolley to whisk them to their favorite shops like Armani, Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, and Saks Fifth Avenue. (25.9 miles; 498 Red Apple Ct., Central Valley, NY 10917)

Shopping in New York

Watched worldwide by designers and trendsetters, the streets of New York City are runways themselves. Make the short drive from Hilton Woodcliff Lake, and shop the day away at retailers you won't find anywhere else. A few stores and neighborhoods you should hit include:
  • Century 21

    – Discount department store known for its crowds and incredible bargains. (22 Cortlandt St)
  • J&R

    – Warehouse-priced electronics of every kind. (1 Park Row)
  • SoHo

    – Trendy shops cover every corner of this hip neighborhood. Take your time and study the style of passersby, then piece together your look at big-name stores and unique boutiques.
  • Chinatown

    – Wander down Canal, Centre, and Grand for cheap food stalls, designer knock-offs, and eclectic markets. Be sure to visit Pearl River (477 Broadway) for all your Chinese needs, from tea to housewares.
  • Greenwich Village

    – Along with SoHo, this is the sharpest-dressed district in Manhattan. Bleecker Street is great for all things fashionable, including Marc Jacobs. Christopher Street specializes in household décor and LGBT shops.
  • Eataly

    – When Mario Batali launched this 55,000-sq-ft. bazaar, it redefined food and drink shopping in the city. Full of house-made sauces, cured meats, bread, sweets, and fresh meats, it also features 7 sit-down restaurants. (200 5th Avenue)
  • Macy's

    – The biggest and best in the world, complete with an antique wooden escalator. (51 W. 34th St.),
  • Chic Fifth Avenue

    – Some of the city's most premier shopping destinations stand over Fifth Avenue, between 47th and 57th Streets, including Tiffany & Co., the flagship Louis Vuitton, Versace, Chanel, and of course, Saks Fifth Avenue.
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