Looking for the perfect outfit or gift? Or just want to go for lunch, grab a coffee, have some great drinks or enjoy a delicious dinner? Check out Gelderlandplein near Amsterdam’s Zuidas business district. The modern and 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, check out the recently reopened shops Rituals and Lincherie or find a piece of jewellery at Siebel. At Skins Cosmetics, discover a carefully curated collection of refined, exclusive perfumes and beauty brands.
Get inspired by all the latest trends in living and interior design at Riviera Maison, Total4Living, Sissy Boy and Bröring. You might find that perfect outfit you have been looking for at Mango, Costes, Bles Concept, Rick Moorman House of Men, Pauw, Modehuis Blok, Bronwasser Woman, Cotton Club, Rogge Amsterdam, Pauw or many of the other fashion shops. For your new favourite shoes, visit Van den Assem, Zwartjes van 1883, Nelson or Ecco.
But Gelderlandplein is not just for shopping. Enjoy a drink at Coffee Company in the centre court, whilst the kids play their hearts out at Kiddieland with its Peppa Pig Kiddie Rides. In the winter there is an ice rink for kids. Furthermore, the halls of Gelderlandplein show 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, which liven up the aesthetics and the atmosphere. Whether you’re in the mood for French (Bistro G.P. by George), Italian (Gusto di Casto), quick food (Febo and Tjin’s), delicious artisanal bread (Le Pain Quotidien), the best pitas (Pita Queen) or the best food of local fresh products (Papa’s Loft House), you will find a hearty meal to recharge your batteries 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. It now also offers a Japanese and Korean liquor store ‘% by Shilla’, with a wide range of sake, soju and various beers. For Asian tapas try Ruby’s Oriental Restaurant. Delicious!
If you need more time to explore the mall, lengthen your experience by staying at Hotel Element Amsterdam. The rooms have a fully equipped kitchen and a Heavenly®bed, which will ensure you are fully rested. Need to recover from an afternoon of shopping or looking for a venue for after work drinks? Element Hotel has recently opened its restaurant Papa’s Loft House for lunch, dinner, drinks and events, which also has a beautiful rooftop terrace.
Parking at Gelderlandplein is free for the first 2.5 hours. Gelderlandplein even offers a free bus service that takes you to and from the shopping mall to the Zuidas and station Zuid. But with the possibility for endless shopping, breakfast, lunch, drinks or dinner, you’ll never want to leave Gelderlandplein!
Gelderlandplein is open 7 days a week:
Tuesday – Saturday 09.30-18.00
Please note that some shops and restaurants have slightly different (often longer) opening hours, so if you’re looking for times for a specific store, please contact them directly.
See you at Gelderlandplein!