When it comes to Christmas shopping Dublin is a great city to visit and already, now that Halloween is past, people are beginning to think of shopping for Christmas.
As well as Dublin residents, there is a big influx of visitors from all around Ireland and some from abroad.
Many of the shops in Dublin Shopping Centres have already started displaying their Christmas range and some even have pre Christmas sales.
Dublin has numerous shopping centres, some located around the city centre and others further out in the suburbs.
Most shoppers like shopping centres because of the wide range of shops in one location which means that they can do most of their Christmas shopping without the hassle of travelling to different places.
Top Dublin Shopping Centres
Here is our list of the Top 10 Dublin Shopping Centres for Christmas 2018 with some information on each one.
We have included a map showing the location of each shopping centre.
Blanchardstown Shopping Centre
What it’s got: 180 shops, a cinema, Leisureplex, 20 restaurants, a hotel, Pennys, Dunnes Stores, Debenhams, Marks & Spencer.
Parking: 7,000 free spaces.
Liffey Valley Shopping Centre
What it’s got: 75 shops, lot’s of restaurants & cafes a creche, great disabled persons facilities.
Stores include Argos, Benetton, Burtons, Carraig Donn, Carphone Warehouse, Dorothy Perkins, Dyson, Fuji Centre, H Samuel, Halfords, Harry Corry, Jack & Jones, Opel, Meteor, Miss Selfridge, Next, Oasis, Penneys, PC World, Quiz, Skechers, The Body Shop and more.
Parking: 3500 spaces.
Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre
What it’s got: Great location at the top of Grafton Street. Over 100 shops, cafes, restaurants, fashion, food and gifts, internet access, Disabled Facilities, ATM, Baby changing & feeding.
Dunnes Stores, Argos, Boots, Golden Discs, United Colors of Benetton, TK Maxx , Eason, Elverys, Mothercare, Peter Mark.
Parking: Multi-storey car park.
George’s Street Arcade
What it’s got: Central Location between George’s Street and Drury Street and is described as ‘Ireland’s first purpose-built shopping centre’.
Food shops, cafes, restaurant, clothes, hats, accessories, music, books, shops and stalls. Interesting and quaint.
Parking: Multi-storey car parks on Drury Street, 2 minutes walk
Powerscourt Townhouse Centre
What it’s got: Set in an elegant Georgian house which was the home of the 3rd Viscount Powerscourt (1730-1788), this centre oozes class and houses some very nice clothes, jewellery and antique shops as well as restaurants and cafes and some nice craft stalls and shops. A great place to get unusual gifts.
Parking: Five Multi-storey Car Parks nearby.
The Square, Tallaght
What it’s got: Easily accessible by bus, Luas, Airport Shuttle or by car.
About 150 shops including Argos, Boots, Debenhams, Diesel, Dunnes Stores, Eason, Game Stop, H&M, Home Focus, Insomnia, Jack Jones, Life Style, Meteor, Newbridge Silverware, Peter Mark, River Island, Specsavers, Vodafone and lots more.
Also great family facilities, a cinema and lots of restaurants and cafes.
Parking: Lots of Ground level and multi-storey parking available.
Jervis Shopping Centre
What it’s got: Great city centre location on prime shopping area of Henry Street/Mary Street.
Multi level shopping at some great stores including Apples & Berries, M&S, Next, Butlers Chocolate, Carraig Donn, Forever 21, Miss Selfridge, Schuh, Stradivarius, Art & Hobby Shop, Currys PC World, Champion Sports, tesco and lots more.
Lots of restaurants, fast food and cafes including Burger King, Costa Coffee, Eddie Rockets, Sbarro Pizza Bar and more.
Parking: Multi storey accessible directly from the centre.
Stillorgan Village Centre
What it’s got: One of Dublin’s oldest shopping centres located on the south side. A good array of shops including Best Menswear, C&D Shoes, Carl Scarpa, Dubray Books, Ecco Shoes, Kilkenny Design, Rocks Jewellers, The Natural Bakery and more.
A food market on Wednesdays including many ethnic delights.
Parking: 2 car parks with up to 2 hours free parking.
Dun Laoghaire Shopping Centre
What it’s got: Long established popular shopping centre completely refurbished 2009.
Stores include SuperValu, Carphone Warehouse, Holland & Barrett, The Pen Place, Lifestyle Sports, Solemate, New Look and Trespass.
Parking: 350 spaces in the NCPS car park
Dundrum Town Centre
What it’s got: This all-in-one centre has over 100 shops, numerous restaurants and cafés, 12 cinema screens, a bar, two nightclubs and lots more.
Shops include Accessorize, Argos. The Body Shop, Hugo Boss, Calvin Klein, Elverys,GAP, Gerry Weber, H&M, Hamleys, Louis Copeland, Monsoon, The North Face, Samsung, TK Maxx, Tommy Hilfiger, Zara and lots more.
About 40 cafes and restaurants including Ananda (Ireland’s premier fine dining Indian restaurant), Eddie Rockets, Mao, Global Cuisine, Jamies Italian, Kanoodle and more.
Parking: Over 3000 spaces in three car parks
The Ilac Centre
What it’s got: Dublin’s first city centre purpost-built shopping centre, ideally located on Henry Street/Moore Street.
Stores include Angel, Debenhams, Diesel, Dunnes Stores, Emotion, Gadget Geek, Miss Crystal, The Perfume Shop, River Island, The Watch Shop and more.
Dining at McDonald’s, Chopped, Chopsticks Asian, Burger King, Sbarro and more.
Parking: 1000 spaces in the Ilac car park
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