Dubai Outlet Mall, Dubai
(2.5/5 based on 500+ reviews on the web)
Find a bargain at Dubai Outlet Mall, a large retail area offering a wide range of choices in fashion, electronics, and food. Opened in 2007, the mall houses 240 stores selling goods by over 1,200 of the world's premium and leading brands, with many products discounted anywhere from 30 to 90 percent off their usual retail price. Head to the food court for family-friendly dining options, including a good selection of international fast food outlets. Treat the kids at the onsite entertainment center, offering amusements, games, and other interactive distractions. Arrange your visit to Dubai Outlet Mall and discover more family-friendly attractions in Dubai using our Dubai trip generator.
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TripAdvisor
  • Is good choice if vacation auto! But remains close, there is way to the desert of dubai. 30 min from downtown dubai. Good choices and brands and have a great store for fans of the comics!
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  • Not very cheap, fashionable, szèp, igazàból which is more dràgâbb than in Europe anywhere. as for "cheaper" is neither good point vètel, as expensive as the Downtown Mall
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  • It's like a ghost town, there were no people when we were there, we soon found out why. prices have nothing to do with an outlet to do, I have visited many in United States, Germany and, among other things, it can in no way be compared, there was nothing to find out. If you were lucky were those by default the price at home. URF.eks was the boyfriend of Vero Moda where she found a shirt for 95AED (ca. 190kr) behind the price sticker sat standard mark where the Danish price also was mentioned .... 179,95kr. ... are you mad a outlet price we just got there;-)
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  • A mall far away from residential areas. Offers great discounts at their outlet stores. Ample Parking area. No Hypermarkets or mall WiFi. An awesome Comic store opened recently.
  • It's a bit faraway mostly locals residents of dubai come here . This mall is always offering discounts . You will get very good deals for well known brands . It's a perfect place for shopping as you will save a lot of money and will have all branded things
  • The Outlet Mall. Well this Mall is nice but is quite away from main city. And most importantly the public transport there is limited. The number of buses are limited i.e like single bus in 3-4 hrs and no metro. Taxi's in Dubai are expensive to go there by it. The Mall have most of the brands Outlet but the rates aren't that discounted as much you expect, the rates are just little low as compared to the showrooms in main city malls.
  • Its a really good place to buy sports apparel ago massive discount. It's a great concept, but there is no attraction. There are no significant events, no big supermarket, no place to pay your bills, no cinema.
  • Unfortunately no WiFi offered by the Mall like Deira City Centre or Mirdif City Centre or Mall of the Emirates or Dubai Mall all of which offer free WiFi. Also Eitsalat WiFi and Du WiFi, Emirates WiFi are not available for some reason? There is no underground parking and no shaded car parking. No Metro Line. Location is past Emirates Ring Road outside Dubai City on road to Al Ain. Dragon Mart has better prices and is much bigger, especially the new extension with Cinema, Restaurants. Also it is much closer to town between Sh. Mohammed bin Zayed Road and Emirates Road. Outlet mall has mainly Branded clothes and shoes. Not much choice in furniture, gardening, or electrics, technology. Limited food outlets mainly fast food in the Food Court.