Airports and shopping just naturally…go together. Here are the 5 best airports for shopping.
From DFW to Denver, these airports consistently are named the 5 best airports for shopping.
Denver International Airport
Denver International Airport is famed for its large solar power farm and for being environmentally conscious, and many of its shops reflect this. From many outdoors gear and clothing shops such as No Boundaries, to Swiss skincare companies such as Hormeta whose products are inspired by the natural environment, it’s clear that the products and brands represented at this airport are chosen to reflect the eco-friendly nature of the airport. Why not buy a gift for a loved one back home from Bearfruit, a local family company who specializes in jewelry, or perhaps some local goods from Greetings From Colorado or Way out West, or even some freshly cut flowers! Source: Alternative Airlines
Like everything else in Texas, DFW is big: It’s the largest domestic hub for American and the fourth-busiest airport in the States. For a taste of the local flavor, don’t miss Lone Star Attitude (cowboy hats, stylish boots and handcrafted belt buckles that capture the essence of Texas), the Dallas Cowboys Pro Shop, Stockyards Marketplace, Texas Territories; The Range (gifts, souvenirs and apparel for “the true Texan or the urban cowboy”) Source: The Points Guy
Miami International Airport
With more than 7 million square feet, covering more than 3,000 acres of land, MIA frequenters have plenty of retail square footage a Miami International Airport. The terminals feel more like shopping malls than airports, boasting luxury shops like Emporio Armani, convenient technology stores like Sound Balance and great gift-giving gems like L’Occitane. Source: CheapFlights
Phoenix Sky Harbor
Phoenix’s status as a shopping mecca translates into its airport, with options like Bunky Boutique, Indigenous, Johnston & Murphy, Cactus Candy, TripAdvisor and Earth Spirit. A concessions update has brought an additional 16 new shops to Terminal 4, including Lucky Break, Sonora Southwest Living and Brookstone. Source: USAToday
San Francisco International Airport
If you’re planning a flight to or from the Bay Area, take a browse through the San Francisco International Airport. In addition to familiar stores such as Burberry, Kiehl’s, Tom Ford, and Jo Malone, you can also look at jewelry crafted by local artisans at Boucle. Meanwhile, California Lifestyle and the SF MOMA museum store offer gourmet food, wine, and art from the area. Source: Insider