The shopping precinct looked tired and limited. The shops were very old and lacked maintenance . Some designer shops but nothing much to write about . O
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At first appearance Marina Mirage looks like it’s trying to present as an upmarket fashion precinct with the likes of Max & Co, Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger occupying tenancies. But then there’s also a rather untidy Macca’s, a Sushi Train, and a $2 Shop....More
The hotel and its features were lovely. Pool, restaurants and ease of getting to the Marina and shops was great. But the staff in all areas were so approachable and nothing was too much trouble. I was there for a conference and everything ran smoothly...More
Marina Mirage is the shopping centre closest to Palace Versace hotel were we stayed during our holidays. This shopping centre is not standard and it has its own charm. It is very close to waterfront so even during the shopping you can feel sea breeze,...More
Been coming here for several years mainly to eat at Omeros and my wife some shopping. This time the mall looks and feels different. Great menswear and Woman's wear,some great restaurants and views but it just has no feeling or vibrantcy.
This little village has some great places to shop, eat and coffee whilst people watching . The coffee shop has some attitude that needs to be lost , who's paying who ? Overall , free parking, water views , good choice of restaurants day or...More
Went there after we walked through the yacht club and around the main Beach. The shopping centre is a bit out dated compared to other shopping malls in Gold Coast. There are some shops, mostly just over priced clothing shops. Maybe that's why it's a...More