Quality Inn & Suites Six Flags Area
2626 E Randol Mill Road
Arlington, TX 76011
Phone: (817) 649-0147
Fax: (817) 649-7130
Located near Six Flag Over Texas, Lincoln Square is a popular upscale north Arlington shopping center bounded by Copeland Road, Road to Six Flags Drive and Collins Street. The center includes a variety of shops that offer everything from apparel, jewelry, shoes, books children's toys and gifts. Lincoln Square offers a great place to go for a date—there are several good restaurants here as well as Lowe's Movie Theater. Families and couples are often seen sitting around the mustang fountain, located on the south side of the shopping center.
Asia Times Square is a space where you can find anything and everything with an Asian origin. Right from grocery stores, restaurants to other services such as spas and beauty centers; everything can be found here. You can purchase fresh produce of several Asian countries at the local market in this area.
A locally-owned store, CD Warehouse is a musical treasure trove. No matter whether it is CDs, DVDs, vinyl, cassettes or Blu-ray you seek, this store has it all, new as well as secondhand. The selection covers pretty much every imaginable genre, right from hip hop, punk, indie and jazz to rock, reggae, country and electronic. If, by some rare chance they don't have what you need, it will be made available without delay. Occasionally, you can also catch a live performance at the store.
ABC Fashion is a luxury apparel store for women. Browse through their collection of evening dresses or bridal wear and find that perfect dress to wear for special events. Accessories for men such as ties, cufflinks and vests can be found here. There are also dresses and suits available for children.
Dance teachers and square dance callers swear by Forever Young—if you've heard it or danced to it, chances are good that they will have it. With a huge selection of vinyl records as well as plentiful newer formats like CDs and cassettes, Forever Young can meet almost any musical need. Being family owned, Forever Young has a "warm fuzzy" atmosphere. There's a friendly staff that are always willing to go the extra mile to get you what you want.
If a couple thousand families and novelty shops got together to hold the world's largest garage sale, it might look like Trader's Village Flea Market. More than 1,800 booths sprawl over 106 acres, selling everything: antiques, pottery, dolls, comic books, collectibles of all types, crafts, jewelry and, of course, a little assorted junk. Some booths do accept credit cards, but it is wise to have cash on hand; an ATM is also available. In addition to the shopping, there are rides and arcade games for children. Many weekends feature some kind of special event, such as a chili cookout, a boxing tournament or a tractor show. Call the park or check out the Web site for the annual calendar of events.
A garden, a flea market and a RV park, the Traders Village Grand Prairie is the perfect vacation spot. With the tag line reading "if you do not get it here, you do not need it", the park is the perfect place to go shopping or spend some fun time outing. To know more, check the website.
This mall with an outdoor layout is where you can find plenty of boutiques and other outlets of popular stores. The place has been designed neatly and you can easily navigate around without much trouble. There are a couple of restaurants for shoppers and parking spaces are also available.
At Home is a chain of superstores across the country that feature furniture, home decor and all sorts of household essentials. This store at Grand Prairie is a gigantic outlet with a wide variety of products to choose from. The store has been designed meticulously and you can approach the helpful staff if you're looking for something in particular.
Arlington Highlands is a shopping mall with a spacious parking lot, a range of interesting retail shops and several restaurants where you can grab a bite. The mall also has several venues for entertainment.
Hookahs, tie-dye clothing, jewelry, crystals, incense and posters are just a few of things you will find at Groovy Goods. This 60s and 70s inspired boutique is a great place to stock up on hippie staples. Fans of bands and musicians like Pink Floyd, The Beatles and Bob Marley can stock up on licensed merchandise, while fashion fiends are sure to find that the unique pieces sold here are just what they needed to bring out the hippie within. Fun events are often organized here as well.
Parks at Arlington mall features 110 stores and is well known in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford area. The anchor stores are Dillard's, JCPenney, Nordstrom, Sak's Fifth Avenue and Sears. Other shops offer jewelry, women's, men's and children's wear, shoes, and sporting goods, along with specialty, service and food-related stores. Strollers can be rented.