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Plaza la Fiesta

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Plaza la Fiesta

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Blvd. Kukulcan, Km 9, Zona Hotelera Frente al Centro de Convenciones de Cancún, Cancun 77500 Mexico
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Patrick F wrote a review May 4
Las Vegas, Nevada11 contributions11 helpful votes
If you are looking for low price souvenirs, then steer clear of this place. Does this shop have a large selection of things, yes. However, after we shopped here we found pretty much everything we bought at La Isla cheaper then this place. Again, they have a very large selection, but you can find other places for items much cheaper.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Mike Swinney wrote a review Aug 2020
Dallas, Texas113 contributions38 helpful votes
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We went to buy souvenirs, t-shirts and vanilla. They had a super selection to choose from. Pricing is a bit of trickery. The have 20% off marked prices on a lot of items, and I was told by the associate that I should take off 20% of the marked priced, but when you get to the checkout, they tell you the marked price is 20% off already. So be prepared to pay the marked price. T-shirts were basically $10 USD a piece, which is reasonable. Vanilla was a decent price too. Pottery was a little over priced but not too bad. So it was a decent shopping experience, but they should do away with the 20% off signs because they are an illusion. By the way, the store in this high end mall has no AC. One of the few times I rushed to pay for my stuff to cool off outside. And it was blistering hot outside, but with a breeze.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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James H wrote a review Mar 2020
Arnold, Maryland835 contributions444 helpful votes
This is a huge selection of tourist products with the prices well marked and a minimal amount of pushy salespeople. A handy place to find fun items to take home for yourself or as gifts. They also have a coffee shop. Located by the Convention Center.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Sonya H wrote a review Jan 2020
North Dakota14 contributions13 helpful votes
We went into Fiesta and they have a lot to offer there when it comes to shopping. The problem is when you check out. They screw you over with the exchange rate if you pay with credit card. The normal exchange rate is $18 pesos for a dollar. When you pay with credit card they won’t let you pay in US dollars they make pay in pesos the exchange rate is $22 pesos for a dollar. If you go there take US dollars or you will get SCREWED.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Shawn L wrote a review Dec 2019
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania380 contributions315 helpful votes
Plaza the Fiesta has everything you need whether you are shopping for souvenirs T-shirts, shot glasses, glasses, a wide assortment of authentic Mexican items, liquor, pharmacy, silver jewelry, suntan lotion etc. I have been in the store many times and purchased many different items the store is very big and more than likely whatever you were looking for they will have in this souvenir store. Make sure you check it out
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Date of experience: December 2019
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