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“Beautiful Designer Outlet”
Review of Las Rozas Village

Las Rozas Village
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Owner description: Las Rozas Village is situated within easy reach of the heart of Madrid and on the road to some of Spain's most important UNESCO Word Heritage Sites. Smart shoppers looking for both great style and great value head to Las Rozas Village. Designed to evoke a collage of international architectural styles, the Village brings together an eclectic collection of some 100 luxury outlet boutiques including Escada, Tommy Hilfiger and Swarovski, all offering exceptional reductions of up to 60% on the recommended retail price, all year round.
Vienna, Austria
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“Beautiful Designer Outlet”
Reviewed 30 April 2014

This outlet has not so many shops, but it's beautifully decorated, so it's nice for a walk. It is a good place to shop and quite easy and fast to reach from Madrid by public transport of a shuttle bus.

Visited April 2014
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“busmans holiday”
Reviewed 30 April 2014

can't really believe i was dragged here by my partner, given we live 10 minutes from Bicester village. we travelled by the special bus and personally i was very disappointed ( compared to Bicester village), similar shops but a few spanish brands but not at outlet prices we found some products " lacoste T shitrts" cheaper in madrid when we got back but even as a benchmark against the UK village it was probably 20% more expensive. not worth the 4 or 5 hours out of a city tour... much better spent with wine and tapas

Visited April 2014
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“Not the best outlet but good to walk around”
Reviewed 18 April 2014 via mobile

Decided to visit the outlet as we had a day free. Went to moncloa tube station and from there went upstairs to the bus station. There are quite. Few buses that go there so just ask the bus driver or ask someone local as Spanish people are very friendly and helpful. Takes about 25mins and is air conditioned. Very safe and comfortable.

Shops are ok not huge discounts but reasonable. Not many places to eat. We want to the shopping centre over the road and there are a few more places but as fish vegetarians we did struggle!!

Worth going if you have some spAre time.

Visited April 2014
2 Thank Farah I
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“Great Place for Shopping”
Reviewed 28 November 2013

The Village is very nice, it has many brands with big discounts, we went by bus (it is much cheaper and they give you coupons for 10% extra discount on all shops), it was much better than what I expected, we did a lot of shopping with great deals...
Apart from the shopping, the village itself is very nice and calm, it has a lot of restaurants and coffee shops, so you can go spend the full day there you won't be disappointed :)

Visited August 2013
4 Thank Hanene S
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“Better than I expected for a non-sale period”
Reviewed 26 November 2013

I was two hearts about heading to Las Rozas Village, esp after reading some of the reviews. But what the heck, we've visited enuff castles in Europe! It was very easy to go there, drop at the Moncloa station on the 3rd or red line and take 625 or 629. We went there on 625 and headed back on 629 and found out that 625 is a much faster journey (traffic was also worse on the way back at about 4++). Don't waste money on a tour! Free wifi at the village, connection is esp strong at Starbucks.

Saw really nice and (relatively) cheaper pair of high boots, they were going for 70-80 euros and there are shoes at only 40 euros. Coach was surprisingly cheap, considering it is not made in Madrid, prices ranged from 29-39 for the wristlets and wallets were going for 69-179 euros before the VAT claim and the 10% visitor discount we get as tourists. There was a discount for Carolina Herrera perfume, got some male perfume at half the price it was going for a Paris airport. There were some cheap Versace bags, going for 83 euros. Some Japanese brands like Onitsuka Tiger and Superdry are there as well, prices were not bad. toilets were clean and since we went on a Tues morning, there were very few people, so you will be treated with much patience and consideration from the sales staff.

Nowhere to grab a bite except for Starbucks, so just cross the road to the huge cluster of restaurants and entertainment shops for a bite.

Visited November 2013
10 Thank puxadoraz
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