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Soratte Outlet, Sant'Oreste

(1.5/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web)
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  • Saturday January 7, 2017, at 12.30, in full period balances. Yet the impression of visiting a ghost town in the American West was extremely strong. The village is big, which contributes only to heighten the sense of desolation that it has upon entering: the State of decay and abandonment is evident, dirt everywhere, many stores vacant and lack of any kind of attraction contribute not only to scare away the customer but also to deliver the wish not to take more set foot , something I absolutely recommend it to everyone.
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  • I've been 11 Sunday to make some Christmas present. It's been years since I was there and I must say it was distressing to see 80% of the shops closed. Yes you read correctly the open shops are few. How sad. Customers also were very few, and we are in the pre-Christmas weekend. Christmas decorations pretty much non-existent. Empty parking places. Maintenance of the structure, among other well concocted almost anything. Yet when we came in 2011 was a whole other thing, although I remember so cold. However, in the few shops open I managed to make good purchases and with extra discounts and without the stress of chaos of the other outlet: Benetton, Douglas, Harmont & Blaine. The shop Is interesting and original, always well stocked Bialetti. The rest so-so. Talking to some committed are very confident, the recent management change, who took over the property from the failure of the previous company. This outlet has great potential considering it's reachable from North Rome in half an hour and is 5 minutes from the exit of the A1. I do you raise or close this is no good.
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  • While being aware of the situation related to this place — this sale that you drag from the distant January 2015, I find it amazing how we can build a cathedral in the desert and don't already know from the beginning that it will be a pile of reinforced concrete with the aspiration of becoming a ghost town. It's amazing how you don't ever get tired to marvel in negative of money down the drain or poorly invested. I was just here yesterday for the first time since it opened its doors, unless I am mistaken in 2008. The shops that resist decrepitude of the place are very few and I guess it is decreasing more and more. Engaging brand clearly there are none. Cleaning and care of the Center are at the lowest levels, devastating baths like the worst gas station. Sunday 12.45 p.m. you could count the people hanging around in the Center. A whole wing then was cordoned off, evidently were all shops closed. After a whirl I haven't found a reason, albeit minimal, to hold me. I hope this sale go through and manage to find a key to do so arise, rather than be reborn, as it looks like it hasn't been possible. The big brands inevitably must engage to attract audience and perhaps a movie theater could be a good way. At the time, inevitably, I can't recommend it, I feel sorry for the workers, but rather only for solidarity.
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  • Once a rising star in the universe of Rome's outlets, it now seems declining, with less and less shops and rare customers.
  • Permanently closed.... Too bad....
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  • Outlet...discount for ANC
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