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Dundrum Town Centre

Closed Now: 10:00 - 19:00
Open today: 10:00 - 19:00
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Very good shopping centre

Great shopping centre and close to the rail line. Not one to shop much but really enjoyed the half... read more

Reviewed 17 September 2018
mark b
Perth, Australia
Not my type of shopping mall

First time there got bus from Fairview it took forever to get there no announcement on the bus... read more

Reviewed today
Suzanne S
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“under one roof”(17 reviews)
Dundrum Town Centre is Ireland's largest shopping centre with over 165 stores and restaurants. The centre is home to Ireland's only House of Fraser, Harvey Nichols, Hollister, Hotel Chocolat and stand-alone Michael Kors store. It is located just 15...more
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Sandyford Road | at Dundrum Rd. and Wickham Way, Dundrum, Ireland
+353 1 299 1700
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All reviews under one roof harvey nichols great shopping high street stores one stop shop tk maxx modern shopping centre ice skating expensive shops river island shop till you drop lots of shops brown thomas rainy day two hours top floor cinema
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Reviewed today via mobile

First time there got bus from Fairview it took forever to get there no announcement on the bus noticed lots got off assumed it was where we needed to be too late then had to get off at next stop.Shops too designer/expensive other shops like...More

Thank Suzanne S
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

Two days ago me and my wife went to try for the first time the coffee from you and all I can say is that it make me not to come back ever at any of the shops. We went at the shop from Dundrum...More

Thank JianuM4
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is a good place for shopping, for coffee or for food. You can easily go using luas. Shops usually close around 9

Thank antria21
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Food in the food hall is an absolute joke. The “chef” gave me a kids portion for some strange reason (I’m a 36 year old) . I did think the plate he was putting the food on was quite small, and so only realized at...More

Thank trewq71
Reviewed 5 October 2018 via mobile

Staff was rude and didn’t ask about salads or sauces just rapped up until asked. When opened sub and bit into it meetballs wore so hard I had to bring them back. Will not eat here again. Salad counter was a mess and it wasn’t...More

Thank Kellie W
Reviewed 2 October 2018

Whilst I don't love the 'mall' experience, it really does do what it says on the tin. All the big high street shops under one roof which saves so much time! Lots of parking, lots of places to eat, shops, cinema, etc.

Thank Martina74288
Reviewed 26 September 2018

As a traditionalist I love to shop with family owned business in the heart of our high street. However I was really impressed with excellent displays in Dundrum but parking so far away from the shop you want to visit put me off visiting more...More

Thank robertadaly0
Reviewed 26 September 2018

Hi This is only my 2nd time putting up a review. I tell you this as a way to explain to you that I value my time and therefore only write these when I feel it is important. Dundrum Town Centre is ruly a great...More

Thank Jo-Ann C
Denise K, Front Office Manager at Dundrum Town Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Hi Jo-Ann, Thank you so much for taking the time to write your 5 star review about Dundrum Town Centre. We would all agree with you that the centre is a great one stop venue with so much to choose from. The selection is vast....More

Reviewed 17 September 2018

Great shopping centre and close to the rail line. Not one to shop much but really enjoyed the half day experience. Even went back. Lots of variety for everyone

Thank mark b
Denise K, Front Office Manager at Dundrum Town Centre, responded to this reviewResponded 3 weeks ago

Hi Mark, Thanks for your positive review. We also think it's a great shopping centre! It was great to hear you enjoyed your first visit so much that you returned for a second visit. Hopefully we'll see you again soon. Kind regards, Denise

Reviewed 14 September 2018

Went to the cinema here a while back. It's just like most of the big movie complexes with many screens showing numerous movies. As with all movie complexes like this, they have a good selection of food, drinks and snacks for purchase but be warned,...More

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17 September 2018|
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Response from Lynette E | Reviewed this property |
There is a huge Penneys store in the shopping Centre! Is close to the chocolate shop and Tesco entrance
Katelynn B
22 November 2016|
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Response from fhan | Reviewed this property |
I think it is up and running.
Rosemarie M
Dundrum is predominately a shopping Mall for the under 35s. From a totally economic perspective, 'older people' are going to be in the majority, and basically there is not that much for women over 50 who are still stylish and want to look well, never mind the 60year olds. Marks @ Spencers is OK, and somewhat overpriced. Pamela Scott is good to but the whole centre is primarily aimed at middle class , young people. The architecure is very like an Airport Terminal with all the Elevators. The quality of air detiorates as you go downstairs and when you go to Brambles or other Coffee Shops, it can be stressful with music vying with other sounds. Kids screaming..... I live very near by and have to say, I don't find it a joyful experience to shop here. Air quality is bad, unlike Blanchardstown there is no 'real' air coming into the centre, it is aimed towards reasonably wealthy punters and unlike other Centres in Dublin, has v little in cheap Shops except for penneys. Harvey Nichols barely has a customer in it when i go there and House of Fraser lacks any type of a feeling of luxury and having spent money on cosmetics recently, I was appalled to be asked 'Do you want a Bag? that would never happen in Brown Thomas.Why are single people ignored in places like Tesco where requests for a small push trolly have been ignored, even though they have them in Merrion ? Why are the toilets so inaccessible ?
21 December 2014|
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Response from Rosemarie M |
I would recommend Dundrum Centre for young people with a fat purse. Lots and lots of shops but it is primarily a one dimensional shopping centre, no good book shop, no interior stores, No quiet eateries, I accept it is... More