Marks & Spencer will open a Dutch flagship store tomorrow in The Hague.

The 4,800 sq m shop, which will be M&S’s biggest on the Continent, will trade over three floors in the De Markies development in the city centre.

It will carry 2,500 food lines as well as a general merchandise offer.

Marks & Spencer returned to the Netherlands in 2013 when it launched a dedicated website and opened a multichannel boutique on Amsterdam’s Kalverstraat.

The retailer also has six Simply Food shops in the country and plans to open a 6,100 sq m Amsterdam flagship in The Rokin in 2016.

M&S chief executive Marc Bolland said: “As our largest store on the Continent, we’re showcasing our most extensive fashion and food offer. We’re really looking forward to welcoming customers.”