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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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Love this centerm. Vertical easy to get to with train and buses. Cheap car park. Better than... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Galway, Ireland

Went to the movies in Dundrum town centre to see The Mummy, good movie but the state of the cinema... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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Sandyford Road | at Dundrum Rd. and Wickham Way, Dundrum, Ireland
+353 1 299 1700
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Love this centerm. Vertical easy to get to with train and buses. Cheap car park. Better than going into town city. All the shops you need.

Thank mdun745
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Went to the movies in Dundrum town centre to see The Mummy, good movie but the state of the cinema won't have me rushing back, dirty, seat's and arm rests torn. Place needs a refurbishment. Pictures tell it all

Thank Peter G
Reviewed 1 week ago

Preface: I love Subway! and I love the fact that I can expect the same service at every branch I go to - except this one. I first ordered a honey oat bread - sorry sir no honey oat. I chose a different bread and...More

Thank HungryHungryHipp0s
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Service was terrible. Had to wait over an hour for food, and when the waitress messed up she just abandoned us...eventually the manager stepped in, and did comp us a % of our bill. Toilets were filthy.

Thank Sheila K
Reviewed 19 May 2017 via mobile

Parking, 3 euro for the first 3 hours. It's worth it cause it's probably the most sophisticated parking area in Ireland. Very organize. Shopping, eating, cinema. 3rd floor has the best bakery.

Thank EdizerReview
Reviewed 16 May 2017 via mobile

Not much to say but it is always good to bring my little one here. Always clean and happy to come here for browsing.

Thank uggelsome
Reviewed 15 May 2017 via mobile

Easily one of the best shopping and entertainment destinations. Most major international high street brands are located alongside the best of Irish stores. Plenty of choice when dining. Comfortable cinema. A great family day out guaranteed.

Thank Natalie N
Reviewed 3 May 2017 via mobile

Visited the Dundrum Town Centre on Sunday afternoon. It has the most impressive car park of any Centre in Ireland and it is kept immaculate, it's like a car showrooms. In fairness it is the best centre and has all the prestigious stores for shoppers...More

Thank motorcar1
Reviewed 2 May 2017 via mobile

Dropped into Subway with my wife and son as we wanted something quick, light and healthy, my son had a match a couple of hours later. Ordered 3 X foot long rolls as per the deal of the day. Asked for the following: 1) Italian...More

2  Thank Barry H
Reviewed 18 April 2017

Dundrum is one of the world's best shopping centres in Europe [ Dublin Ireland] Dundrum is amazing. Traffic / parking can be of a nightmare . I love going shopping with my big sister. Its a great place to shopping. Dundrum is the best shopping...More

Thank Beuls F
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Katelynn B
Is there currently an ice skating rink?
23 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 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