Looking for the perfect outfit or gift for the holiday season? Do you want your kids to experience the original Dutch Sinterklaas festivities or get in the mood for Christmas with the famous Christmas Parade and Santa? Or just fancy lunch, dinner or coffee? Check out shopping mall Gelderlandplein, close to Amsterdam’s Zuidas business district in Amsterdam South. This modern and sleek shopping mall with international allure is home to over 90 shops and restaurants and various art pieces by world-famous artists.
At Gelderlandplein you can get anything from your daily shopping to luxury items. Check the website for the upcoming holiday events.
Fashion, food and more
Gelderlandplein houses a variety of shops: 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 Siebel jewellery or the recently renewed Rituals. At Skins Cosmetics, discover its 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. For that perfect outfit, try Pauw, Modehuis Blok, Bronwasser Woman, Cotton Club, Rogge Amsterdam, Costes, Mango, Rick Moorman House of Men, Maestro Men’s Dresscode or many of the other fashion shops. Your new favourite shoes can be found at Zwartjes 1883, Van den Assem, Nelson or Ecco.
But Gelderlandplein is not just for shopping. Enjoy a drink at Coffee Company at the centre court while the kids play their hearts out at Kiddieland or go ice-skating at the ice rink, suitable for kids up to twelve years. Furthermore, the halls of Gelderlandplein showcase a continuous exhibition of art pieces by Erwin Wurm, KAWS and Joel Morrison.
Just like within the mall, the outside structure of Gelderlandplein accommodates many restaurants and terraces. Whether you’re in the mood for French (Bistro G.P. by George), the best seafood (Mr. Crab), Italian (Gusto di Casto), quick food (Febo and Tjin’s) or delicious artisanal bread (Le Pain Quotidien), you will love your meal in a relaxed setting, where you can catch up with friends or just enjoy a drink. Asian cuisine lovers will enjoy the Vietnamese restaurant Saigon Càphê, Japanese 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 stay at Hotel Element Amsterdam.
Gelderlandplein wants you to have a great experience. Therefore 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 that takes you to and from the shopping centre to the Zuidas and station Zuid. With its great options for endless shopping, breakfast, lunch, drinks or dinner, you’ll love Gelderlandplein!
Tuesday – Saturday 09.30-18.00
Please note that some shops and restaurants have slightly different (extended) opening hours, so if you’re looking for a specific store, please contact them directly. See you at Gelderlandplein!
Van Leijenberghlaan 43
1082 GC Amsterdam