Credit: SES

Shopping center ALEJA received first visitors

New SES shopping center – on May 8, 2020 the brand-new shopping mall in Slovenia ALEJA opened its doors.

On May 8, 2020 the brand-new shopping mall in Slovenia ALEJA opened its doors. It is a partial opening, as there are 21 stores open. These are the following: Interspar Hypermarket, Müller drugstore, Nova KBM bank, Sensilab, telecommunications operators A1, T-2, Telekom Slovenije, and Telemach, Big Bang, Hervis with their cyclist store, Hunter pet food store, Cukrček chocolate shop, Gardenia florist, Labod drycleaning and washing service, Pandora,  Zlatarna Celje, Sten Time, Slowatch, and in accordance with the latest government decree, cafes with outside terraces, such as Zvezda coffee shop, Teta Frida, and Caffe DeLuxe. The new shopping center ALEJA will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day, except Sundays. Stores and cafés will operate differently within these hours, which you can monitor at the website www.aleja.si.

The rest of the shopping center will be opened in accordance with government decrees and permissions in the near future, providing – among other segments – a wide range of leading fashion stores.

SES CEO Mag. Marcus Wild, said at the opening: “Ljubljana is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe, also from the architectural point of view, and now with ALEJA it has a new iconic architectural marvel.”

Well-being and safety come first

“The overall atmosphere and experience of our visitors in ALEJA are of paramount importance to us. That is why we try to provide a relaxed visit to the shopping center, despite the currently restricting COVID-19 shopping conditions. We are, along with shopkeepers and service providers, looking forward to our first visitors. We will ensure their wellbeing and security, which is why we have introduced exceptionally high hygiene standards. These include regular disinfection of handrails, escalators, and other hardware, as well as buttons in lifts and on ATMs. At each entrance into the shopping center and at the entrance to each store or cafe, visitors are provided with hand sanitizers. Access to the shopping center will only be possible with a facemask, to make shopping experience comfortable as well as safe,” emphasized the center manager of ALEJA and country manager of SES Slovenia Toni Pugelj, who cut the ribbon at today’s opening of the first stores in the new shopping center ALEJA.

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