Marks & Spencer (Or: Still open, still looking forward to holidays)

On Thursday evening Marco and I went to Marks & Spencer for a coffee. In November of last year the company had reported that they would be closing the two Dutch stores, along with other international stores, in a cost-cutting measure. But The Hague store is still open… with no additional details about exactly when it would close.


A look at the cafe on the top level


Chocolates on sale for Easter – either the frozen castle or a R2D2. I think I’d go for the R2D2!

So… still open for now. Not that I am complaining! I really like their coffee.

Categories: Shopping, The Hague | 2 Comments

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2 thoughts on “Marks & Spencer (Or: Still open, still looking forward to holidays)

  1. The one here in Amsterdam is still open too. I keep on checking every few weeks and stocking up on tea.

    • You can never have enough of their tea! I will be really disappointed when they close – but only for the food. I haven’t bought any of their clothing.

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