Designer Outlet Roermond, Roermond

(3.9/5 based on 1,200+ reviews on the web)
Housed in former World War II-era Dutch army barracks, Designer Outlet Roermond houses 150 stores and represents classic everyday brands, from Adidas, Nike, and The North Face to even more upscale companies like Burberry, Gucci, and Swarovski. Despite the designer status of the goods, many of the shops offer their products at a reduced rate compared to regular retail. Access the outlet mall by car and take advantage of the on-site parking facilities, or hop aboard a shuttle bus departing from the German cities of Dusseldorf and Cologne just across the border. Make Designer Outlet Roermond part of your personalized Roermond itinerary using our Roermond itinerary builder.
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  • If you are looking for something exclusive, this is probably your place but put enough in advance on your bank card. There are shops that are cheaper but those are in the minority. Have good base from which to explore the shops in the Centre of Roermond. € 3 for all day parking is cheap there are already too few parking spaces for such a sale center. TIP: give your parking ticket to a new visitor!!
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  • Went went for the day and had a blast. There is a great variety of shops and cafes. Parking is crazy is you get there late. I would go first thing in the morning and leave before the crowds. If you ar...  more »
  • Many cool designer stores. You can find almost everything there and all the shops still have good choices. They are building up Even more stores right now. Go there during workdays otherwise it's to c...  more »
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  • Quite big constellation of shops ! I did not know so many brands when I visited it. Do a proper research regarding what you want to buy before visiting so as to make most of your visit.
  • Beat the crowd is the motto if you want to visit the roermond designer outlet and to enjoy a relaxing shopping experience. Nicely made village atmosphere that becomes more a populated subway station if you choose the wrong day to go there. Public holidays? Sunny days? Weekends? Better stay away. Half west Germany, France and Dutch will visit that place, where you actually have a quite good selection of fashion name brands and you can make some good deals. A few jewelry, watches, and kitchen utensils stores are mixed in-between. Oh lord! We wanted to grab a couple of burgers at the McDonald's for a snack, very busy. On the way out to the reasonable "pay 3€ and stay the whole day" parking, we risked to go to Ralph Lauren. We where not able to pass from the entrance to the other side where the exit was. Awfully crowded.
  • All days open except xmas and Jan 1st. Good collection of brands and nice prices. Better to visit earlier hours during the day in sales periods (January and July) to avoid peak hours with crowded visitors.
  • Large outdoor outlet with a wide selection of stores. The parking in weekends can be problematic in the late afternoon, but if you are looking for a bargain, then you will likely find something here from top tier designer s to mid market level prices.
  • The Outlet is very big and a lot to buy. Adequate facilities and most shops are friendly and best values, especially the salesman in Fjall Raven, they are very helpful and although I only bought one jacket, they explained their product patiently and professionally to me. But I had a very bad experience in the 'Superdry Store': a saleswoman there shouted at me just because I didn't stand at the place she like. She threatened that she would move me out of the shop! I was so shocked! Her colleagues seems to be her gang too. I have a feeling that they don't like foreigners. They insulted me in front of other people and spoil my day! This shop should change their name to "Super rude". Of course not all the Superdry staff are rude, in fact I met very nice people at branches in Amsterdam and other countries.