"St. Stephen's Green Shopping Centre in Dublin" Dublin Tip by hopang
Dublin, Ireland: 12 reviews and 21 photos
St. Stephen's Green Shopping Centre is one of the largest and finest shopping centres located right in the heart of the city of Dublin. It is located on the south end of the busy Grafton Street next to the Fusiliers Gate and St. Stephen's Green Park. The famous Gaiety Theatre is situated just opposite the shopping centre. St. Stephen's Green Shopping Centre has more than 100 shops and eateries spread over four levels. Some of the well-known shops include TK Maxx, Boots, Mothercare, Dunnes Stores, Hallmark and The Lapptop. However most of the shops in the shopping centre deal in boutiques clothing.
The shopping centre opened in 1988 with lovely architecture both inside and outside and it offers free wi-fi to shoppers and visitors. Toilets are located on the top floor and they charge 20 cents for the use of toilets. It is really a plesant place to wander around especially when it is rainning outside. The interior of the shopping centre has a large clock erected roughly in the center of the shopping centre. Opening hours of the shopping centre are betweem 9.00 a.m. and 7.00 p.m. daily. You may e-mail to the following address for more information:- firstname.lastname@example.org
What to buy: We were mainly wandering around the shopping centre to enjoy the sight. However we purchased some greeting and anniversary cards from Hallmark store on the ground floor. Prices of greeting cards from Hallmark are fixed and the same everywhere in the city.
Address: Stephens Green West, Dublin
Directions: Located on the south end of the busy Grafton Street in the heart of the city of Dublin beside St. Stephen's Green Park.
othercontact: Fax: +353 1 4782565
Phone: +353 1 4780888
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