Looking for the perfect outfit or gift? Or just want to go for lunch or grab a coffee? Check out Gelderlandplein near Amsterdam’s Zuidas business district. This new modern, sleek shopping mall with international allure is home to over 90 shops and restaurants and various art pieces by world-famous artists. Spending a day here is unlike any other leisure activity.
Gelderlandplein is a place where you can get anything, from your daily shopping to luxury items.
Fashion, food and more
Gelderlandplein houses a variety of shops. There is a great mix of local, national and international shops, ranging from high street to high-end brands. If you are looking to treat yourself or find that special gift, you might want to check out Rituals or Siebel. At the recently opened Skins Cosmetics you can discover their carefully curated collection of refined, exclusive perfumes and beauty brands.
Or get inspired by all the latest trends in living and interior design at Total4Living, Riviera Maison, Sissy Boy and Bröring. You might find that perfect outfit you have been looking for at Costes, Mango, Rick Moorman House of Men, Pauw, Modehuis Blok, Bronwasser Woman, Cotton Club, Rogge Amsterdam or many of the other fashion shops. Discover your new favourite shoes at Van den Assem, Zwartjes 1883, Nelson or Ecco. Furthermore, the halls of Gelderlandplein showcase a continuous exhibition of art by Erwin Wurm, KAWS and Joel Morrison.
But Gelderlandplein is not just for shopping. Enjoy a drink at Coffee Company on the centre court while the kids play their hearts out at Kiddieland, recently extended with a new area with Peppa Pig kiddie rides. In winter there is an ice rink for kids to skate.
Just like within the mall, the outside structure of Gelderlandplein accommodates many restaurants and terraces, which liven up the aesthetics and the atmosphere. Whether you’re in the mood for Italian (Gusto di Casto), French (Bistro G.P. by George), the best seafood (Mr. Crab), quick food (Febo and Tjin’s) or delicious artisanal bread (Le Pain Quotidien), you will find a hearty meal to recharge your battery and a place where you can catch up with your friends or just enjoy a drink, a real Dutch ‘borrel’ on one of the beautiful terraces. Asian cuisine lovers will enjoy the hip Vietnamese restaurant Saigon Càphê, Japanese diner Izakaya Tanuki or Japanese and Korean food market Shilla, which also offers lunch options. For Asian tapas try Ruby’s Oriental Restaurant. Delicious!
If you need more time to explore the mall, you could prolong your experience by staying at Hotel Element Amsterdam. The hotel is the perfect place to maintain your balance, thanks to a state-of-the-art fitness centre and open spaces that can be used to work, socialise or relax. The rooms have a fully equipped kitchen and a Heavenly®bed, which will ensure you are fully rested. Element Hotel has a beautiful rooftop terrace which is open from April to September.
Gelderlandplein wants you to have a great experience, so the centre is open seven days a week, and you can park up to 2.5 hours for free. Gelderlandplein even offers a free bus service to and from the shopping centre to the Zuidas and station Amsterdam Zuid. But with the possibility for endless shopping, breakfast, lunch, drinks or dinner, you’ll never want to leave!
Gelderlandplein is open 7 days a week:
Please note that some shops and restaurants have slightly different opening hours, so if you’re looking for times for a specific store, please contact them directly.