Outlets all over the world entice with special offers as well as great products from exquisite brands. Thanks to a large overall offer, every visitor finds an appealing selection and rarely goes home without a purchase. Designer outlets in particular offer visitors a real shopping experience, inviting them to spend an extensive day shopping. The outlets are often set up like small villages and town centres and enchant visitors with their chic architecture and small alleyways. Away from large shopping centres, the focus here is on the overall experience and visitors stroll leisurely from one little house to the next.
Outlets in Belgium and the Netherlands
In the three-country corner between Belgium, Germany and the Netherlands, there are two designer outlets that delight visitors with their offerings all year round. The Maasmechelen Village is located in Belgium and the Designer Outlet Roermond in the Netherlands.
The Maasmechelen Village
The Outlet Maasmechelen Village is located near the German-Belgian border in the tranquil town of Maasmechelen. It was opened in 2001 and since then has offered visitors the Mijnwerkersstraat, the large shopping street, and numerous small alleys. The outlet houses well over 100 shops on its 19,700 m² of floor space. Among them, visitors will find well-known brands such as Armani, Boss and Calvin Klein. In addition to a wide range of brands, the culinary offer on site is also very diverse. Restaurants, cafés and chocolatiers are to be found in the village and fortify visitors during a short shopping break. In addition to fashion, the range of shops also includes accessories, decoration and furnishings as well as cosmetics. Throughout the year, Maasmechelen Village is open to visitors daily from 10 am to 7 pm, with the exception of 25 December and 1 January.
The Romantik Hotel Hostellerie La Feuille d'Or is located in the immediate vicinity of the Outlet in Dilsen-Stokkem. The Romantik Hotel invites guests to a relaxing stay after an eventful day at the outlet centre. The hotel's gourmet restaurant welcomes guests with light French cuisine, prepared with products from the region.
Romantik Parkhotel Het Gulpdal is located about 50 kilometres from the outlet in the Dutch village of Slenaken. It is therefore the starting point for an exciting day of shopping in Maasmechelen Village. The luxurious family villa invites guests to relax in its eight rooms and the hotel's own romantic ornamental garden.
The Romantik Hotel Kasteel Daelenbroeck in Middle Limburg is located near the Designer Outlet. The estate was built in Herkenbosch as early as 1311 and today offers plenty of space for a stylish rural lifestyle. Entering the estate via the stone bridge of the outer bailey leads to the castle courtyard and from there to the spacious, charmingly furnished rooms with their own terrace. Guests will find culinary delights in the cosy brasserie as well as in the elegant restaurant after a varied day of shopping.
Designer Outlet Roermond
Due to its close proximity to Germany, the Dutch outlet is particularly popular with German shopping fans. The small town of Roermond is easy to reach from Aachen, Mönchengladbach and also Düsseldorf and welcomes visitors all year round on weekdays from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and on weekends even from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., with the exception of Christmas Day and New Year's Day. The Designer Outlet is located not far from the city centre of Roermond and offers a wide variety of brands and products in more than 200 shops on a total area of 46,700 m2. Thanks to its area, the Designer Outlet Roermond is the largest outlet centre in Northern Europe. It was also opened in 2001 and has been steadily expanded over the years. The outlet is set up like a small village, inviting visitors to spend an extensive day shopping in an elegant atmosphere and tempting them with incomparable offers from big fashion brands such as Prada or Burberry or sports brands such as Nike and Adidas. During the visit, 23 restaurants and cafés spoil visitors with a varied culinary offer.
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