Omni Park Shopping Centre, Dublin

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Omni Park is a large shopping centre and retail park in the Republic of Ireland. Located in Santry, in the north of Dublin close to the M50 motorway. It comprises over 28600m2 of retail space in 86 retail units over 2 floors of an indoor shopping mall and also several outlets externally. Units range from 49m2 to 3213m2. Omni Park also features a selection of eateries, an Oratory and an 11 screen cinema called IMC (formerly called Omniplex). The centre has surface and multi-storey car parking.In 2005, additional development was undertaken with the construction of a multi-storey car park and a new mall which included an office suite on the third floor. Jack & Jones, Vero Moda, H&M, New Look, Elvery's, Lifestyle Sports, Name It and Easons all occupied space in the new mall, with a number of vacant units waiting for retail tenants on the upper mall. A new boardwalk/retail park was also constructed with outlets including KFC, Boots, Starbucks, Argos and Peacocks.Omni Park's three main anchors are Penneys, Tesco Ireland and New Look. Other retailers include Dealz, Argos Extra and Boots which opened in 2009. Eateries in Omni Park include Zao Restaurant, Eddie Rockets, Nandos, McDonald's, Burger King, Red Cherry Cafe, Costa Coffee, Starbucks, O'Briens Sandwich Bar and KFC.Since 2012, Omni Park Shopping Centre is home to the Santry post office which relocated from nearby Santry Avenue.
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  • I walk from the Holiday Inn Express Dublin Airport Hotel in 30 hours. There is a large Tesco supermarket, several other shops and cafes and restaurants here. It looks like this mall is for local people, but the location is not far from airport too.
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  • We drove from the airport to Omni to go to Vodafone for sim cards. This enabled us to make phone calls and use data without paying a fortune. The man at Vodafone was tremendously helpful and swapped o...  more »
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  • Shopping and parking are great. Shop selection very good and plenty of coffee and snack shops. Only issue I have with the centre is it's toilets. Maybe it's my bad timing but the toilets are always untidy. Badly in need of a revamp. Otherwise great place to shop.
  • Great variety of different shops, plenty of places to eat. Loads of parking. Cinema across the way. Buses stop outside, and Omni Park SC has a taxi rank too. ATM, book shop, post office, toilets, a very decent local shopping centre.
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