Review of the IKEA Store in Samoa
I’ve visited the IKEA Store on 4th of July. It’s not that we are big fans of the company, but when they have a store there, it really does look nice. In fact, it made me feel proud to be an American. It’s also very nice to be sitting at such a big store. It gives you a feeling that you’re not just shopping for yourself, but for others as well. You get a feel of community.
The IKEA Store is located on what is known as the Aktion Square in Copenhagen, Denmark. A great number of local people can be seen crowding around the entrance. You’ll see people wearing all kinds of costumes and what not. There are also a lot of children running around, playing with their toys.
You’ll notice the IKEA Store has quite a few interior shops inside. It can be a little bit of a challenge to navigate through all the things, but I think they do a good job keeping it organized. It’s a great place to buy souvenirs, or to check out what else is available if you are on a tight budget.
Inside you will find the IKEA showroom, which is where you can view sample goods and discuss your desires with the associates. If you want to know more about a certain product, then you can ask the sales associate the right questions, such as what it’s like to use it. They can give you information about any specific product that you might be interested in. There are also plenty of stores to peruse.
One downside to visiting the IKEA Store is that it is only open on certain days. There are always the Saturday and Sunday open times. Other than that, it’s closed on most of the days except for public holidays. If you’re wondering why they don’t just open on the weekends, then you have to consider that it takes a lot more effort to maintain the store in excellent condition, since it is usually in high demand on these days. This is especially true during the holiday season.
Overall, IKEA Waakiti is a great place to go if you love the concept of western-style supermarkets, but don’t necessarily like the crowds. It’s the perfect place to shop on your own terms, without having to wait in line for hours. You can purchase almost any appliance you would like. It may seem like a hassle to go in to the IKEA Store everyday, but once you get used to it, you will start looking forward to it.