Comfort Suites University
949 Sunland Park Dr.
El Paso, TX 79922
Phone: (915) 587-5300
Fax: (915) 587-6165
Sunland Park Mall fulfills that burning desire in your bones to go out shopping! Since 1988 this shopping mall has provided consistent browsing pleasure, all wrapped in a sunny, aesthetically-pleasing indoor complex. Main stores include Macy's, Sears, Dillard's and Mervyn's. See website for full mall directory.
Dillard's, located at the Sunland Park Mall is a department store featuring clothing for all walks of life: men, women and children, as well as all the fashion accessories you can't live without, such as shoes, handbags, cosmetics, you name it.
Trend Society is located on the Westside and is one of many cool and eclectic boutiques in this part of town. Most of the clothing and accessories like bracelets, anklets and charms are usually made by local artists and they sometimes inflect the spirit of the Southwest within their design. Some of the products are also made with Native American motifs and many of the clothes feature bright, Southwestern patterns. Check out their Facebook page for promotions, specials and in-store events.
This trendy little hometown shop focuses on women's fashion and accessories. The boutique carries all types of designer brands as well as some obscure ones from others. Some of the major brands include the famous Oscar de la Renta, Helmut Lang and Desigual, but there are many other not-so known ones like Porto, Josie Natori, Komarv, Paper White and Zodax just to name a few. As to be expected, the prices are quite high, however the quality and craftsmanship on each item is impeccable.
Duck Duck Goose is a shop for tykes of all ages. Whether its boys or girls' clothes or plush toys, visitors will definitely find something unique here. All of the big-name brands are all represented as well and the size ranges from newborn and toddler to pre-teen.
The open-air store that is Mexican Pottery is an utterly dazzling display of color and craftsmanship. Imported from Mexico's southern states, patrons will find an impressive assortment of items, from fountains, statues, chimneys, pots, and, of course, pottery, and how. A perfect place to fill up on memorable souvenirs.
From purses and earrings to designer tops and lingerie, Luka 7 has what you are looking for and more. Both formal and casual wear is widely represented on the racks and most of the time the price is just right. Check their Facebook page or Instagram feed for the latest updates.
This boutique is dedicated to urban, street wear for both men and women. Most of the women's styles could be considered over the top, however the men's line is definitely a little more staid and slow without the boredom that dark colors can sometimes convey. The staff is super friendly and if you don't want to rummage on the rack, you can just tell them your size and they'll find it for you! Check out their website for occasional in-store events and promotions.
This store is the product of an American success story. It started with Jack Dulaney, a man who used to sell unique furniture, then he opened one store, then another and another in a different state, then across the country until finally establishing ten different outlets. Today, Jack still sells one-of-a-kind furniture, from tables and benches to nightstands and full, wooden beds, every item is definitely special.
This secondhand store located downtown sells anything and everything under the sun that has some kitsch and creativity behind it. Shoppers can find clothes, art, bags, jewelery and many more interesting and unique items inside. Moreover, there is a mini-gallery if you choose not to buy anything.
The main branch of the El Paso Public Library system remains a useful source of information, despite the growth of the internet. Conveniently located downtown near the El Paso Convention Center and many other attractions, the library is practical source for local information, periodicals, internet access, and of course, books. Local metered parking available.
The name of this store means 'penguin' in French and it sells cool and kitschy products that befit the bizarre thought of this arctic animal in the desert. Some of the interesting and quirky gifts include mustachioed pacifiers, abstract t-shirts, funky coffee mugs and other things you'll only find in El Paso. Definitely a place where you wish you could spend more at because there are so many things you would love to have.