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Gyle Shopping Centre, Edinburgh

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
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2.8/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
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  • This shopping centre is easy enough to get to. A reasonable mix of shops. Highlights include the Disney store, Next, Yankee candle and Starbucks. Staff at information counter where helpful and friendl...  read more »
  • This has got to be one of the most dreariest shopping centres I've ever visited. It is tired with only limited choice of a few outlets and probably the best thing within it is Marks & Spencer, boots a...  read more »
  • The space very lompo and with good environment and enough light there are a variety of shops although not many for the size of shopping malls in Edinburgh is quite good
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  • Huge free car park and many spaces for disabled drivers and mother and child parking. The car park is virtually on the door step of the mall and there is no long trek to the shops ( unless you park at the furthest away point that is) The tram also stops at the Gyle and of course is handy if you want to head into the city. There is always a nice friendly atmosphere in this centre, shops are typical of what you would expect in an indoor mall. Food hall upstairs has a number of food vendors to choose from and there are plenty of seating. Coffee shops downstairs include Starbucks and Costa. There is a Morrisons supermarket situated at the far end of the mall so it is easy to get your weekly shop and wheel them out to your car. Morrisons also have a petrol station on the grounds of the car park. Marks and Spencer has quite a large store which includes a cafe and food hall. It is one of the better M&S stores to shop in. The mall is kept quite clean and the toilets are also kept in clean condition. Some smaller shops have closed in the centre which is no different to others around the country, hopefully the Gyle can attract more stores to open in the future. Overall the Gyle seems to have something for everyone.
  • Standard shopping centre with a variety of shops, restaurants and coffee shops. A huge carpark with - currently - a 4 hour maximum stay. Fully accessible by all with the main shopping area on ground floor and the food area on the 1st floor, connected by both a lift and escalators.
  • It's got a good few shops but not an amazing selection. Could be better but at least it's indoor
  • Fails to keep up with this age. Several of the shops are now husks sitting empty, only to be filled at Christmas time with the obligatory calendar, or Christmas Card shop. What's left is mostly clothing, and the shops that are there lack the variety of their city centre counterparts. Food outlets aren't too bad, but, you'd probably be better off online for the rest
  • We generally go here to visit Burgerking. And occasionally do some shopping in Morrisons if we visit Burgerking
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