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Dundrum Town Centre

Sandyford Road | at Dundrum Rd. and Wickham Way, Dundrum, Ireland
+353 1 299 1700
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A "Maze" of Car Parking. Bring a pack Lunch!

Have visited Dundrum Town Centre 3 times in the past month on each occasion, having noted our space... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
petervsheehan
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Dublin, Ireland
Ladies shopping trip!

Visited Dundrum with Mum and my sister on a quiet Saturday morning (early). Parking was simple and... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
GemsNI
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Armagh UK
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Sandyford Road | at Dundrum Rd. and Wickham Way, Dundrum, Ireland
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Have visited Dundrum Town Centre 3 times in the past month on each occasion, having noted our space we went shopping, shops fine! Trying to get back to ones car. Mistake one Not ONLY do you have levels 1,2,3,etc. but you also have Mezzanine levels...More

Thank petervsheehan
Reviewed 1 week ago

Visited Dundrum with Mum and my sister on a quiet Saturday morning (early). Parking was simple and easy although the spaces are a little tight. The Centre is large with all the fashion houses you could want.

Thank GemsNI
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I love Samsung. Have a smashing phone, tv etc from them but should you make the mistake of visiting their Dundrum Centre store....be prepared! This isnt Apple. No greeting. No interest in you as a customer. Two waxworks sat behind the till this evening watching...More

Thank AJKRPT
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I visited KFC to get a bite to eat at about 12am today ,I placed my order and ask for hot chips ,I watched the staff as they were very unprofessional when one of trainees gat my order I took chip out and they were...More

Thank DoloresOKelly
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Poor selection of places to have a drink. Most restaurants don't have licence just for drinks. Food options are mostly fast food or Italian very disappointing. Could & should be so much better.

Thank Dundrum101
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Our party of five (which included two teenagers) had a casual dinner here on Monday the 24th of July 2017. One of our group loves to drink 'rose' wine during the Summer, unfortunately, this was unavailable that night. I ordered beer, which consisted of 'Peroni'...More

Thank sonyamsonyamsonyam
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Think it would be quicker to list what is not in this shopping centre as it is crammed with around 100 stores/shops. There are brand name stores, high street stores and a variety of independents. Combine this with loads of restaurants, cafe bars, sandwich bars,...More

Thank David D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

car park is a joke. 3 euro per hour.. you can get most of the same shops elsewhere!! without the pretentiousness and car park charges.. it's actually comical how people fall into these traps. I'm well off myself but I don't like throwing my money...More

Thank Andrew S
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

My fiancé and myself Visited movies@dundrum for first time I found my seat very comfortable and excellent viewing with very good sound. And for the price we paid getting juice & popcorn into the mix as well within price of Movie ticket was just really...More

Thank jimnamman
Reviewed 15 July 2017 via mobile

It's located far from Dublin city centre. But there is a lot of fun to do. You can enjoy shopping. Almost all stores are in the building so you don't need to think about rain. You can spend all day in there.

Thank 桃子 吉
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Katelynn B
23 November 2016|
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Response from fhan | Reviewed this property |
I think it is up and running.
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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 finnybol | Reviewed this property |
All i can say is that i am 54 and my wife is 51, i don't normally like shopping and especially not in Dublin, but we find Dundrum so handy to get to from the m50 and parking is easy as well (in saying that i am a wheelchair... More
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