Find detailed information about Liffey Valley Shopping Centre, Dublin 22 Locations, Hours, Phone number, Email, holiday hours and near me locations.
Liffey Valley Shopping Centre Regular Business Hours
What time does the Liffey Valley Shopping Centre Open and close?
Store hours may vary
Holiday hours of Liffey Valley Shopping Centre
The hours of operation change during the holiday season. The majority of the stores will adjust their hours of operation during the holidays. The observed holidays include:
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Directions and locations to Liffey Valley Shopping Centre in Fonthill Rd, Clondalkin, Dublin 22, Ireland
- Customer Service Desk
Liffey Valley’s customer service desk is located in the centre rotunda – opposite H&M. Here you can avail of a whole range of services that include everything from gift cards, lost and found, photocopying, posting and laminating.
If you’re struggling to find the perfect gift for a special occasion, gift cards are available at the customer service desk in denominations of €10 to €1250. These are accepted in all units in the center including the food court and Vue cinema and in most units in the retail park. Terms and conditions apply.
Please contact the customer service team if you have any queries:
Tel: +353 (0)1 616 0200
- Car Park
Liffey Valley has over 3,600 car parking spaces available including specially designed parent, baby and disabled parking.
Our car parks are all back open with all spaces now fully available.
There are a few small adjustments to be carried out to the Green Overflow Car Park, therefore access to the Green Overflow will now be from the main Green Car Park.
We apologies for any inconvenience and thank you for your patience as we strive to make Liffey Valley even better.
- Family Facilities
Thanks to our family-friendly facilities, shopping at Liffey Valley has never been easier.
We have specially designed parent and baby parking within close proximity to all centre entrances.
- Easy Strollers
Easy Strollers are available for hire from the Ready Steady Play, the crèche.
- Baby Changing
Baby changing facilities are located throughout the centre.
Bottle warming facilities and highchairs are found in the food hall seating area and in most restaurants.
The Shopmobility service provides a range of manual/powered wheelchairs and mobility scooters that can be hired free of charge. This service is available to anyone who requires assistance with mobility.
- First Aid
If ever you need first aid at Liffey Valley shopping centre, fully qualified Public Safety Officers are on duty at all times. Public Safety Officers are located at various points in the centre.
Wi-Fi can be accessed throughout the centre free of charge. Connect to Liffey Valley Wi-Fi and sign into the network using the prompted instructions.
Gift card at Liffey Valley Shopping Centre
The Liffey Valley gift card is the perfect present for all occasions. With over 80 stores and 20 restaurants, the Liffey Valley gift card gives shoppers the freedom and choice.
The Liffey Valley gift card is available from €10 to €1200 denominations and can be purchased online (please click on link below) or at the customer service desk located beside H&M. For more information, please visit the customer service desk.
You can check your gift card balance here: Check Balance
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About Liffey Valley Shopping Centre
Liffey Valley Shopping Centre is a shopping center located in Dublin 22, Ireland which Comprises 80 stores and 20 Restaurants. The centre opened on 14 October 1998 and is located near the junction of the M50 motorway and N4 road closely surrounded by Lucan to the west, Palmerstown Village to the east and Clondalkin to the south. The centre was a scaled-down replacement for a much larger complex once mooted for the site, known as Quarryvale, the development of which was highly controversial. After over a decade without major development, the centre was extended in 2016.