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Katy Mills

5000 Katy Mills Cir
281-644-5015

Mall Hours:
Monday to Saturday: 10am - 9pm
Sunday: 11am - 6pm

Mall Walking Hours:
Monday to Sunday: 8am

Floors: 1

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Katy Mills, a climate controlled indoor shopping mall is home to over 175 stores featuring a high-fashion line-up which includes Last Call by Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5th, Kenneth Cole, Cole Haan, Forever 21 and many more.

In addition to the top fashion names, Katy Mills also includes many exciting dining options from a sit down restaurant such as Rainforest Café to grab and go eateries Great Wraps and Charley's Grilled Subs are among the many Food Court choices. And Subway is slated to open by holiday 2012. Make it dinner and a movie at the AMC20 theaters or enjoy one of the several family entertainment venues throughout the mall.

Katy Mills is located at the intersection of I-10 West and Pin Oak Road approximately 25 miles West of downtown Houston and conveniently located near the Houston Energy corridor.  Also, while visiting the Houston/Katy area, you have even more choices in stores at our sister malls Galleria Houston and Houston Premium Outlets.   



Reviews

cuteveemon

Rating:
Friday, Aug. 3, 2018
Avoid the sprint people. I am not lying when i say they will wallet rape you. They almost got me and raped me for everything and i almost fell for it. Watch the perfume/cologne people too. Unless you wear that stuff. But they can just rob you as well. But not as bad as Sprint with their awful pressure. The food is all right. Another place i went to as a kid and things have changed. I went to a gyro place and had something different. And it was delicious. They still have books-a-million so that's a place that makes it amazing. A candy shop that sells candy and butterscotch beer. (non-alcoholic)the place still is a good place and would recommend for fun. Just don't loose grip of your money.

Stacy Ager

Rating:
Thursday, July 5, 2018
This place has really improved. Great to take kids, nice indoor play area for the little ones, gaming and trampoline area for the older kids. Food court has a lot of options. Bass Pro is the best entrance. Rent strollers at every entrance. Many hotels close by and water park across the street.

Brian Hampton

Rating:
Monday, July 16, 2018
In 2018 it is difficult to find a mall that is still a viable shopping experience. Well light without being blinding. Crowded without having to fight through a swarm of shoppers. And the variety of stores, both high end luxury goods and lower priced retail stores, was refreshing in an era of repeated retail collapse. Reminded very much of the one stop shopping malls of the 90s.

Brittany Sherman

Rating:
Wednesday, July 4, 2018
Great store. Everything is neat and they have an awesome clearance/sale section. It's never too busy so you don't have to wait in lines. Store can be a little expensive but they do carry unique items in there.

Andre Eusebio

Rating:
Sunday, June 3, 2018
This was once a beautiful mall to go to. But over the years, I guess, it's started to lose its luster. You can definitely see the wear on the outside. Inside, it's still got alot of store selection. Good food court. But you can see that they're trying to transition to the changing of the times. But I'd still go and shop there.

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