The Mall at Cribbs Causeway, Bristol

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  • August 18, 2017
    We like the Cribbs Causeway, it's true it lacks character, it's true it can be too busy, it's true it doesn't have personality. But it's true, it has everything under one roof. The M&S has choice, and...  more »
  • August 18, 2017
    Notes for staff training 1. When an exhausted woman over the age of 65 rushes in looking granted not her best and asks for Chanel 5 and describes the one she wants Don't decide she's buying it for a g...  more »
  • August 16, 2017
    The Mall is only about 15 minutes out of Bristol city centre and well worth a trip. It has a shop all dedicated to Highgrove House - so I got some early Christmas gifts from there. Plus there is a hug...  more »
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  • A great out of town mall with two fab Anchors, one of which is my favourite, JL. Lots of free parking and great shops. Oh, a Tesla showroom is nice to have too! Lots of variety too. Clothing, Food, Stationery, cosmetics, electronics, all manner of curios. Lots of places to eat and chill too with a outdoor play area for kids [free] and an indoor one too [charges].
  • Visited this vast Temple of Mammon for the first time last weekend. It's light-filled, spacious and pleasant enough to walk around its climate-controlled environment, as well as being useful if you need to shop at a larger version of a typical high-street store that holds more stock - but that's also its downside - there seemed to be very little apart from chain stores and US-style chain food. I had have a good, if very expensive, pot of tea with soya milk followed by a not particularly fresh eclair at Patisserie Valerie. I would visit again to check out the surrounding warehouse shops - but don't have much reason to visit the Mall again.
  • This Shopping centre is mostly full of brand clothing/fashion shops but there are a few others, phone shops mostly but you will find a Waterstones and Apple shop two. Plenty of places to eat and drink. It's open to 9pm most nights and has toilets at both ends and in the middle. The fountain in the middle is nice when it's working too. It's looking a bit tiered now, needs a good refurb soon. They hold a few events here over the year, mostly about getting you to part with your money.
  • Well lit, warm, modern and surprisingly busy considering everything is bought online these days. My guess is many are simply "Window shopping" before they open a window on their laptops to buy cheaper elsewhere. Car park was easily accessible, toilets clean and mostly working. Great choice of shops with only one or two empty units. Will certainly go back.
  • Its difficult to write about a Mall experience but mine was pretty good overall. I don't like crowds so i went early on a Saturday and by and large it was quiet and easy to park and navigate throughout the building. Plenty of eateries for when you get peckish, but again get there early as they are often queued out the door.

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