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Railteacher wrote a review Nov. 2018
Kirkbymoorside, United Kingdom75 contributions43 helpful votes
This is a great place to spend a morning shopping and some bargains to be had. There are lots of boutique shops as well as some big names. When you have finished shopping you can then eat at the Macpie cafe and the prices here are unbelievably low. A great place to visit
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Date of experience: November 2018
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JBlargo wrote a review Jul. 2018
Wimborne, United Kingdom131 contributions27 helpful votes
One of the worst McArthur Glens outlet we have been to. This one is located in the city and it has a very small, underground parking. Shopping at the outlet gives you some hours of free parking, but the underground parking not good for a big SUV like ours The outlet itself is tiny and the shops are mostly normal high street name, no big brands and not outlet prices. Food choices were not great either and not easy to get to.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Dierregi wrote a review Apr. 2018
Faro, Portugal1,948 contributions283 helpful votes
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This is definitely the worst McArthur Glen outlet I visited. Even if I had low expectations, I was truly disappointed. Contrary to most outlets, this one is located in the city and it has a very small, underground parking. Shopping at the outlet gives you some hours of free parking, otherwise you must pay - which is unusual for an outlet. I never paid to park in any of the Italian outlet I visited - and I visited many. The outlet itself is tiny and the shops are of mediocre quality, no big brands, the best being Zadie & Voltaire (hip French brand, but really nothing special, compared to what on offer - for instance - in Serravalle, i.e.: Gucci, Prada, Etro, Dolce & Gabbana, etc...). I just wanted to buy some home linen and I spent almost one hour trying to find something suitable, since the selection was minimal, but some of the prices still absurdly high. On the plus point, the shop assistants were friendly and helpful, but that is the only good thing I can say about this outlet. Would not recommend and I am definitely not going back.
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Date of experience: March 2018
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AllanJGJ wrote a review Sep. 2017
Wellington, New Zealand3,304 contributions1,689 helpful votes
Shopping Villages in much of Western Europe don't hold a candle to the US or Australia for example, but if you're a keen shopper it's worth spending an hour here. There's a coffee shop with such obscure beverages as cappuccino and macchiato - unusual indeed in France; plus 70 good quality outlets around a reasonably attractive pedestrian-only street/concourse. Underground parking is plentiful.
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Philippa Ho wrote a review Aug. 2017
Hong Kong, China325 contributions64 helpful votes
An outlet village of mainly fashion and some home interior brands. A bit bland for tourists, no need to shop more. Some nice brands like The Kooples and Zadig & Voltaire if you're up for a browse could find some great deals!
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Date of experience: August 2017
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