Las Rozas Village
Las Rozas Village
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10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
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Less than an hour from Madrid, Las Rozas Village is home to more than 100 boutiques of world-leading brands… on sale, all year round. Shop Bimba y Lola, Under Armour, Scalpers and many more luxury fashion and lifestyle boutiques. Feast on authentic Spanish flavours at Cristina Oria, or dine under an autumnal sky at Arzábal, and enjoy fresh air, fresh fashion at the foot of the beautiful Sierra Norte mountains. Open seven days a week, the Village offers an array of personalised services, including a Concierge, Personal Shopping, Hands-free Shopping and complimentary Wi-Fi. An easy 30 minutes by car from Madrid-Barajas Airport, there’s also ample free parking. Las Rozas Village is a member of The Bicester Collection.
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  • iceblended
    Singapore, Singapore1,179 contributions
    Easy accessibility outlet mall
    We took bus 628 from line 3 Moncloa Station. Bus station was at level 1 of the train station. 1 way bus fare was £2.60, travelling time was approximately 30 mins on a weekday. Many bargains on the blsck Friday. Polo offering additional 20% off, Pandora offering additional 47% discount. Many locals went for Xmas shopping. Clarins skincare products in France outlet is 20% cheaper than this outlet. Outlet offering a free uber ride if you purchase > £800 euro. Nice place for shopping with easy accessibility
    Dear guest, Thank you very much for your time and for your review. We are glad you enjoyed your visit to Las Rozas Village and we look forward to welcoming you again soon. Best regards, Las Rozas Village team
    Written December 3, 2022
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    Traveled with family
    Written November 27, 2022
  • ABRAO123
    Baltimore, Maryland27 contributions
    Nice store but painful and unclear return policy
    Prada Ourlet- staff was helpful and selection and prices were good. However beware that you can’t return bags at the outlet. You only get store credit that expires in one year. We bought two bags in the outlet at Barcelona and my daughter changed her mind and wanted to return one. Unlike regular Prada stores where you can return they dont let you return at the outlet. We had to exchange . The English return policy on the back of their receipt is not very clear about return policy. And because we had gotten the tax free document, they had to call the Barcelona store and get it cancelled after permission from the manager and get credit before we could redo the whole transaction. It was painful. Staff however were extremely patient . I don’t recommend buying an outlet bag unless you are 100% satisfied
    Dear guest, Thank you for taking your time to comment on Las Rozas Village in Madrid! Our aim is to provide memorable experiences that go purely beyond the expectations of all our guests. Please apologize the inconveniences caused and you can be assured that we have shared your comments with our teams in Barcelona. We hope to welcome you soon back to Madrid and send you our best wishes. Las Rozas Village team
    Written July 17, 2022
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    Traveled with family
    Written July 8, 2022
  • Erza In
    Jakarta, Indonesia125 contributions
    Outlet that is very close to Madrid
    Only around 20 km from Madrid, an hour journey and costs EUR 2.6 per trip by bus no 625 or 638 from Moncloa Bus Station that embarks from platform 4, we can easily enjoy this outlet. Please not to be confused with Las Rozas Style Outlet that is small and has not many stores. Please also aware of bus drivers that cannot speak English, so that we have to ensure which bus stop we have to get of. Sometimes follows the flow of other passengers is helpfull. Limited restaurants are available in this outlet, so we do not have options for lunch or dinner. There some brands with cheaper price and some additional discount during some occasions such as Black Friday. For better shopping experiences, we can go there during late afternoon or in the evening when the shops and surrounding trees are glowing with lights.
    Dear guest, Thank you for your review. We are glad you enjoyed your visit to Las Rozas Village and we look forward to welcoming you again soon.
    Written February 26, 2020
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    Traveled with friends
    Written February 9, 2020
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Hesham
Casablanca, Morocco5 contributions
Feb 2020 • Solo
Nice and clean outlet with a 40 minutes ride from calao. It’s accessible by metro and buses.

Expect excellent deals from some brands but not all of them. For example, CK had excellent deals but Raulph Lauren didn’t.

It would have been nicer to find more brands there but all in all It’s a great experience and would recommend it to anyone on a shopping spree.
Written February 17, 2020
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Dear guest, Thanks a lot for your review. We are glad you enjoyed your visit to Las Rozas Village and we look forward to welcoming you again soon.
Written February 26, 2020
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doctorfoxtrot
Taguig City, Philippines7,766 contributions
Mar 2020 • Friends
This is a rather small shopping outlet . But well decorated , and shops are in small village type units. Big guns here include Gucci , Prada, Breitling and Bally among others. European brands mostly available. 3 hours stay here would be enough.
Written March 16, 2020
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Dear guest, Thank you for your review. We are glad you enjoyed your visit to Las Rozas Village and we look forward to welcoming you again soon.
Written March 17, 2020
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GegeChong
74 contributions
Jan 2020 • Couples
I have been shopping here for the past 3yrs during my Europe vacations. I consider it the best european designer outlet ever with fair, competitive prices compared to USA. You will find Armani, Prada, Versace and other local Spaniard designers here. Great to shop for european designers here as it cost less to purchase in Europe.
Written January 7, 2020
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Dear guest, Thank you for your review. We are glad you enjoyed your visit to Las Rozas Village and we look forward to welcoming you again soon!
Written February 26, 2020
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Rania M
Doha, Qatar29 contributions
Jan 2015 • Solo
Visited mid Jan 2015 during the winter sale in Madrid.

How to get there is very easy, check their website. I took the interurban bus (EUR 2), hassle free. Spain's transportation is awesome!

Looks like a small village with little alleys lined by designer and hi end shops. Strolling there is lovely.

I found really great deals that made my day! Collection in many of the shops was decent in quantity, variety, size availability, etc...There was something for everyone. But of course, generally speaking, those were basically remnants of past collections. But hey, these are designer apparel ==> immortal!

The outlet prices themselves did not look that attractive. Yes there were absolutely 30-40-50% lower than market price (scarcely did I stumble upon the advertised 70-80% discount) but they were not at those lows that would get you shopping insatiably. But it was actually the WINTER SALE that made up for the whole thing. An example:

Coach tote bag price: Original: EUR 385. Outlet: EUR 200. Sale: 120 Tadaaa!

Below are some actual-figure examples of the final sale prices for you to have a sense and manage your expectations (all incl. tax):

- Carolina Herrera Bags: Orgnl EUR 470. Disc.EUR 235/250.
- Carolina Herrera winter coat: Disc. EUR 200
- Carolina Herrera shoes: many were prices at EUR 150 to EUR 100
- Michael Kors Tote: Orgnl. EUR 225 Disc. EUR 159
- Burberry scarves: Disc. EUR 200. Bags' prices were the lowest I have seen in a Burberry store but I forgot the actual prices :(

Note: if you do not have a relaxed budget or not willing to 'invest much' in designer goods but yet keen on having one, this may be an opportunity of a lifetime, do not miss it if you ever happened to be in Madrid during the sale.

I budgeted half a day for it and it was just fine. It is not that big.

There were some small diners and a starbucks.

All in all, a truly delightful shopping experience. Go spend there and save somewhere else.

All the best.

PS. Questions are welcome. I must have had the same doubts you're having now :)
Written January 31, 2015
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LadyCR
34 contributions
May 2013 • Friends
Visited outlet in England, Italy, Paris, Germany and Holland. But found the price tag wasn't very attractive and lack of some popular brands such as Gucci or Prada etc. in Spain.
However, it is still worth of visiting because very easy to get there by public transportation. And the cost was low. 2.6€ one way per person. It is easy and simple.
So save your money from taking the shopping express bus offered by the outlet, 7€ one way per person and use the budget to treat yourself a nice lunch.
I took #629 from metro station Moncloa. Didn't wait long for bus because many buses for options, #625/628 as well, so the waiting time was average 10 mins during the weekday.
The bus stop will show how long you gonna wait and the direction: Las Rozas.
Although bus drivers couldn't speak good English but they could understand you well, just tell them: Las Rozas outlet (with smile and thanks) and these nice gentlemen will assist you on tickets and reminded you to get off.
And the return stop is right opposite the road where you get off on arrival( #628,629)

My tips for the shoppers who want the best bargain:

1. Find the information counter and ask for VIP coupon by presenting your passport.
You will receive a booklet with 10% discount. for the purchase with standard discount price but not special promotion in the shops.

2. The famous spain brands will have better bargain compared with the brands from overseas.
Do visit their stores in the downtown before you visit the outlet, so you could familiar with their price / discount range. It is not worth of buying something last last season old staff in the outlet while the downtown shop/ department may give you good discount.
(30%off in the outlet wasn't attractive to me because one can easily have such discount during season change)

3. Don't rush and spend time on trying/ wearing on anything interested you, make sure it fit you well. Before you approaching to cashier, double check the garment, shoes, bags..make sure the condition is acceptable. Nothing worse than you find something wrong when you return home.

4. If you don't find anything with real good bargain, don't feel disappointed or upset. Be excited for your friends and family members if they get something nice, help them to check on the quality, And be glad for yourself, because, as long as the money still in your pocket, you always can buy something great! Don't fall into the trap that you have to buy something because you are going to an outlet.

Lastly, I would like to recommend restaurants in the Heron city, next to the outlet, where you get off from bus 628/629. You will find many restaurants offered set lunch menu/ buffet which are value for money (€10.5~15)and you can choose from Spanish, Asia and Amercian style as much as you can explore for yourself.

Good luck!
Written May 7, 2013
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Glimbs
Singapore, Singapore253 contributions
Feb 2013 • Friends
Shopping-wise, this place had a fair bit of brands. If you're going to barcelona's shopping outlet as well, and decide to get the same stuff there, i'd advise against it. This madrid outlet had more variety with better choice pieces in general for the different brands. When i went to barcelona's outlet, they had less variety and had less nice items. Probably due to the fact that more tourists frequent barcelona rather than madrid. Take note to get your VAT forms if you spend enough, and you don't need to bring your passport there. But usually you won't get 21% back at the airport, after deducting the admin fee, you prob get back 10%. There's also a few places to grab a bite there, all with good service.

Security-wise, this place initially made me feel safe as there were alot of security guards patrolling within the factory outlet. But you still have to be careful. I was checking out the glass display that was facing the car park for one of the outlets, when a normal salon car with a driver in plain clothes wound down his window and called out to me. He spoke to be from within his car in spanish, when i told him i don't speak spanish (i'm asian), he asked if i spoke english. He flashed me a document saying he was police. I was about 5m away from his car. He asked for my passport and told me to come over. I took 2 steps then was abit skeptical that a policeman would be alone, in plain clothes and driving a normal car. It didn't seem obvious at the time as i was afraid that i did something wrong (stupid me!). I stopped my tracks and asked to see his badge again. He mumbled something and drove off in a hurry. I turned around and saw a security guard that just showed up. I told him what happened and he told me that it wasn't the police. He alerted his boss in charge of the security who came to investigate and hear my side. They caught the car on the cctv camera and have alerted the police. They took effort to try to analyse what happened to see how they can prevent a similar occurrence of this incident. If it weren't for the security, i could have been a victim of god know what. I felt they're are doing a good job, but tourists and visitors have to stay vigilant. If you're approached by ANYBODY for any reason, just tell them to follow you to the police/security (they wear uniforms) to settle the matter.

Be safe!
Written March 4, 2013
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LisaAnnsReviews
Okinawa City, Japan75 contributions
Apr 2012
Very disappointed by my visit - extremely high prices on a par with those in regular non-outlet stores.

Do not visit unless it is sale time (January and July).

Great selection of shops - pity about the prices!
Written April 7, 2012
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Derpina W
Singapore56 contributions
Nov 2013 • Couples
I was two hearts about heading to Las Rozas Village, esp after reading some of the reviews. But what the heck, we've visited enuff castles in Europe! It was very easy to go there, drop at the Moncloa station on the 3rd or red line and take 625 or 629. We went there on 625 and headed back on 629 and found out that 625 is a much faster journey (traffic was also worse on the way back at about 4++). Don't waste money on a tour! Free wifi at the village, connection is esp strong at Starbucks.

Saw really nice and (relatively) cheaper pair of high boots, they were going for 70-80 euros and there are shoes at only 40 euros. Coach was surprisingly cheap, considering it is not made in Madrid, prices ranged from 29-39 for the wristlets and wallets were going for 69-179 euros before the VAT claim and the 10% visitor discount we get as tourists. There was a discount for Carolina Herrera perfume, got some male perfume at half the price it was going for a Paris airport. There were some cheap Versace bags, going for 83 euros. Some Japanese brands like Onitsuka Tiger and Superdry are there as well, prices were not bad. toilets were clean and since we went on a Tues morning, there were very few people, so you will be treated with much patience and consideration from the sales staff.

Nowhere to grab a bite except for Starbucks, so just cross the road to the huge cluster of restaurants and entertainment shops for a bite.
Written November 26, 2013
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raniSpain
Spain326 contributions
Apr 2013 • Friends
I live close by, fortunate for me but not for my credit card! I nearly always find beautiful clothes there. Judging by the number of bags other people have i am not the only one! My favourites are Burberry and Karen Millen. English widely spoken there. At one end of village a new restaurant/cafe has opened so now we don't have to put up with the ridiculous prices and rude service of the central cafe (don't know the name but it is just outside the Cruset shop). There are "tour" buses that bring you here from Madrid which maybe is ok if you are really afraid of venturing out yourself but really the public transport is very efficient, much cheaper and you come and go almost as you please (per bus time) and not when the tour bus wants you too.
This is how you get here by public transport, go to Moncloa metro. There are 2 possible buses. Number 625 Madrid (Moncloa)-Monte Rozas there are at least 3 every hour even on weekends and up 6 per hour depending on the time of day. To catch it follow signs for Nivel -1, Isla 1, Dársena 5 (darsen is basically the door number that the bus goes from. The bus fare is €2.60 per person one way and can be paid in cash on the bus. The stop that you want to get off at is called Avda de Nuestra Señora del Retamar, but you will see the villages or you can ask the bus driver (about 30 min from Moncloa) last bus back ~11pm. The other bus that you can catch is number 629 Madrid (Moncloa)-Las Rozas (Parque Empresarial), much less frequent goes from Dársena 3 and the stop you have to get off at is called Trva.Navalcarbón-Heron City, same price and same journey time.
I'd love to put up a photo but they do not allow photography there and the security guards stop you if you try!
Enjoy! perhaps you'll pass by me there but won't know it!
Written April 18, 2013
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SmooveG
Cozumel, Mexico61 contributions
Aug 2012 • Friends
Located in zone B1 Las Rozas of Madrid you can shop for designer clothing at discount prices.
The Outlet looks pretty much exactly the same as the other 8 Chic Outlets in other countries.
Personally I didn't find that many good deals but you might.
How to get there?
Easiest way probably by there own shuttle leaving from Plaza De España.
That will cost you about €14,- for a return ticket. A VIP discount card is included in the price.
Cheaper way to get there is by public transport. Return ticket was only €5,20. Busses 625, 628 leave from Moncloa metro/bus station every 15 minutes.
You can buy the ticket when boarding the bus, have change ready.
Travel time was about 30 minutes but that is always traffic depending I suppose.
It is also possible by train but that would still require taking a taxi to the Outlet village.
For more information, simply visit the Chic outlet shopping website :)
Written August 28, 2012
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