Las Rozas Village, high-end bargains in Madrid
Would you like to be able to wear clothes and footwear by your favourite designers, without breaking the bank? Las Rozas Village is the answer. Here, you’ll find a wide variety of clothes, accessories and home décor items by the top international brands, with discounts of up to 60% off the original price.
This is a great opportunity to save a few pennies, without the quality and style of your wardrobe suffering. There’s a total of more than 100 boutiques ready and waiting for you, with exclusive discounts and offers. The latest brands to have arrived here are Jimmy Choo, Bvlgari, Prada, Asics, Montblanc, Hawkers and Steve Madden.
Las Rozas Village opening hours
The opening hours here are so long that you can decide whether to go along in the mornings, in the afternoons, on a weekday or even on a public holiday. It’s open from 10:00 AM until 9:00 PM, except on Saturdays, when it closes at 10:00 PM. The only days it closes are the 1st and 6th of January. It opens its doors on the 24th and 31st of December too, but only from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM.
Here, you’ll discover the latest collections and new trends, with every passing season. It’s the place to get your hands on stylish looks at outlet prices. What’s more, plenty of luxury brands have special promotions and deals every week. Non-EU citizens, obviously, can benefit from tax-free purchases.
A pedestrianised street
To visitors, the Las Rozas Village outlet looks just like a large pedestrianised street in any cosmopolitan town or city, with shops lining both sides. For anyone who loves shopping, this is paradise. It’s all designed with the shopaholic in mind, so that retail therapy becomes a pleasant, easy experience.
Want to know what brands you’ll come across? Amongst the numerous boutiques in this commercial complex are the most famous international luxury brands, both in fashion and in interior design. You’ll find Levi’s, Swarovski, Tommy Hilfiger, Burberry, Lottusse, Scalpers, Carolina Herrera, Loewe, Hugo Boss, Diesel, Jesús del Pozo, Vans, Versace, Timberland, Hackett, Maje, Roberto Verino, Lacoste, and even an official Real Madrid store.
A taste of Las Rozas Village
On this impressive strip, with unique, largely terracotta-coloured buildings, you’ll also find spaces where you can rest your weary feet and recharge your batteries. There’s a Starbucks and a Café y Tapas, but there are also areas with benches, where you can take a break and have a rest. If you’re looking for more varied options when it comes to food, you can pay a visit to the Herón City leisure complex, which neighbours Las Rozas Village, and has more than 20 restaurants, as well as play areas for the smallest members of the family.
Amongst the services offered at Las Rozas Village are free Wi-Fi and a tourist information point that will help you organise your day of shopping. Don’t forget that this shopping centre spans over 17,000 square metres. There’s also a personal shopping agency, available upon request. All of the shops in Las Rozas Village, as well as the bathrooms, are accessible for wheelchair users.
A select and exclusive European club
Opened in 2000, Las Rozas Village is part of the select and exclusive club of nine European Chic Outlet Shopping and Villages. They’re all to be found in cosmopolitan cities, where design is a big deal: London, Paris, Milan, Dublin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich and Barcelona. And although Madrid’s village is outside the city centre, 25 kilometres outside to be exact, it’s very well connected, and there are lots of public transport options. So, there are no excuses for not enjoying a pleasant afternoon of shopping, topping off the experience in one of Las Rozas Village’s exclusive restaurants and cafés.
How to get to Las Rozas Village
If you decide to go under your own steam, it’ll take you roughly half an hour from the centre. You should take the A Coruña (A6) road as far as exit 19, signposted to Parque Empresarial Las Rozas. If you’re coming the other way, it’ll be exit 24. In both cases, you’ll soon spot various signs that will lead you to Las Rozas Village’s free car park.
You can also take the Cercanías commuter trains from Sol, Atocha or Chamartín stations. You’ll have to get off at Pinar de Las Rozas and be prepared for quite a walk (it’s fairly far from the shopping centre) or take a taxi. Another option is to take one of the public buses that leave from the Intercambiador de Moncloa interchange station and leave you right next to the shopping centre. Take routes 625, 628 or 629. They run regularly and the journey takes about 40 minutes. A taxi from Madrid will cost about 40 euros, depending on where you hail it.
The easiest option is to take the Shopping Express bus, a luxury bus that operates daily and leaves from 15, Calle de San Nicolás. The advantage of this is that there are no stops on the way, and it leaves you on the doorstep of Las Rozas Village. What’s more, you’ll be accompanied by a member of staff from the shopping centre throughout the journey. It leaves Madrid at 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM and 3:00 PM. The bus back leaves at 5:00 PM and 8:00 PM. It costs 18 euros.
What are you waiting for? Spend a day discovering high-end brands at the best prices.