shopping malls City Centre Mirdif
City Centre Mirdif
Updated on 11 June 2015

City Centre Mirdif has more than 465 world-class stores and is the first shopping mall in the region to receive an award for its environmentally sustainable design. Key anchor stores include Carrefour, VOX Cinemas, Playnation, Debenhams, Emax, Centrepoint, Crate & Barrel, Home Centre, Hamleys, Decathlon and Fitness First. Although it is a little further out of town, it has easy access, plenty of parking and a metro station, making it the perfect place to shop for the family. www.citycentremirdif.com 

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