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Bellevue Square at The Bellevue Collection - 21 Reviews - 575 Bellevue Sq, Bellevue, WA - Retail Shopping Reviews - Phone (425) 454-8096

Bellevue Square at The Bellevue Collection

575 Bellevue Sq (at NE Sixth Street)
Bellevue, WA 98004
(425) 454-8096
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Bellevue Square at The Bellevue Collection - Bellevue, WA
Bellevue Square at The Bellevue Collection - Bellevue, WA


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On the third floor of the Bellevue Square Mall we love the playspace best for toddlers. Kids Cove is a nautically-themed area of padded climbing structures designed for the presc...


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Great Play Area at Kids Cove 4/17/2012

On the third floor of the Bellevue Square Mall we love the playspace best for toddlers. Kids Cove is a nautically-themed area of padded climbing structures designed for the preschool and toddlers. They have ships and many other fun toys. Seats for parents. All Free. more

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Best mall in Bellevue area 12/3/2011

This mall is pretty big and there are really good stores. It's a high end mall do don't expect to find many bargains. There is an apple and Microsoft store if you like to try new tech toys. There is a lot of parking as well as good restaurants right outside more

Quite good! 7/17/2008

They have nice stores in there: Banana Republic, A&F, A/X, etc. And for the ladies: Aritzia. Lots of food places around the mall (not inside though). Good atmosphere, safe mall to walk around, less highschoolers. more

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High-End Bellevue Mall 12/28/2006

Bellevue Mall is great for high end shops and window shopping. Great stores (I really like LUSH) but there isn't a food court so your fast dining choices are limited. I don't like how the mall is laid out because it feels like there's no particular flow to it. I recommend using the 4th Street exit as there is usually less traffic on it around the holiday season. And there is a lot of parking in three garages. more

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Nice mall! 5/9/2006

Bellevue Square is a very nice mall, with all of the mainstream mall stores plus quite a few smaller, more unique stores as well. They have one of the few Crate and Barrels in the area, and it's a nice big, two level store. The only thing they lack is an actual food court - instead the food places are scattered all around, but I usually end up at Red Robin or PF Changs if I find myself in need of a bite. It's gets extremely crowded on weekends and holidays and parking is a pain in the neck! more

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Shop at Bellevue Square 4/15/2006

Of all the malls in the Seattle area, Bellevue Square tops the list for me. There is a huge selection of stores, and any mall that boasts petite stores hits the top of my list! (Banana Republic Petite) I think Lynnwood/Alderwood Mall comes in second, but the layout is so confusing that I wonder what I'm missing. Also, I hate having to walk around in the cold trying to get from store to store. more

Good but expensive mall 4/12/2006

Bellevue square is a very good mall. The interior is very nice and clean. They got expensive stores except macy's and jcpenny. You can find all the name brand stores here. They have lots of parking spaces. But in the weekend its little bit hard to find parking spaces. They also have some places where kids can play. more

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Nice, Upscale Mall 3/18/2006

Bellevue Square is a wonderful shopping mall to walk around in. They have a nice variety of stores, all high end, but it's a pleasant shopping atmosphere. They have a nice Macy's and Nordstrom, so you can pretty much get anything you need here. The small stores are a litte more specialized and less practical on the whole, but still it's a wonderful shopping mall. But be forewarned--stay away from about mid-November through the holidays, because this plays gets crowded!! You will never, never find parking during this time! more

good mall 12/31/2005

I prefer this mall over most malls near seattle. Clean and well maintained. Also not a place for rowdy teenagers to loiter. Parking is covered and easy. Mall offers tons of good shops, good food and comfortable atmosphere. I would recommend this as the mall to be when visiting seattle. more

Good but Expensive 10/31/2005

Everyone knows Bellevue for its high-end stores. Bellevue Square is probably why. The mall is pretty big with a wide range of stores including high-end like Armani Exchange and Coach but also department stores like Macy's. If you're looking for gifts for people this is the place to be because of its wide range of stores. You will not leave this place empty handed. more

Must see! 9/29/2005

This is an awesome mall! It is simply huge with over 200 stores on multiple floors! In addition to the usual large department stores, and well-known name brand places, they also have several small shops that carry everything from the oddest kitchen utensil to the most unique in clothing. You name it; this mall will carry it in some store! In addition to shopping, they have a huge food court with just about any type of fair your tummy requires. They also are really kid friendly, with stroller rentals and two fun places for kids to play! This is a great place to spend an afternoon, by your-self, with friends, or as a family. Oh, and a big bonus in our area -- free parking! more

pricey, but a fun place to browse 9/20/2005

Bellevue Square is a place I go to look but not to buy, because the prices are too expensive for me. It is quite an upscale mall. There are lots of nice stores and they keep expanding, most recently adding more restaurants such as P.F. Changs and Cheesecake Factory. The mall has several small play areas for kids and a large variety of shops. more

Seattle's best shopping place 8/17/2005

Admit it. Seattle is not a good place for shoppers. A lot of people will drive to Vancouver for some serious shopping. Bellevue Square should rank one of the best place to shop in the whole greater Seattle area. You will find 4 major department stores as well as lots of other smaller shops. Two children's playing area are always full of happy playing kids. Unfortunately, there is not centralized food court. You will have to walk around to find what you want to eat. However, it does have several nice sit-down restaurants attached to the mall. more

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(Bellevue)(Bellevue), carry the one 5/31/2005

They turned the Talbots into a Jessica McClintock. The pasta place into a Tiffany&Co. The greenpeace protesters into an Apple Superstore. They clustered their five most expensive restaurants into a mock ski lodge. Bellevue square is moving up on the Richie Rich scale. They will put designer coffees into your ringed fingers. They will sell you an entire pizza because they don't sell it by the slice. Your peers will be high schoolers, but every high-schooler you see will look like a high-fashion model. Welcome to Bellevue. more
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  • In Short
    The place is crawling with moms and tots on weekdays, but evenings and weekends attract teens. Anchor stores Nordstrom and JCPenney still draw faithful crowds, but the beautiful...

  • 11/6/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon-Sat 9:30am-9:30pm Sun 11am-7pm
  • Payments:

    Discover, Visa, American Express, Cash, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    West Bellevue