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Gyle Shopping Centre, Edinburgh
(2.8/5 based on 35 reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • I like the Gyle mainly due to the convenient hours. M&S, Starbucks (sometimes), Boots & Morrisons are open later than the rest of the Centre. Plan your parking as Morrisons is open until 10pm but the ...  more »
  • An interesting place with a good variety of shops and places to eat if that is what you are looking for. The centre is well kept and very clean so we enjoy a visit here. 
  • Staff are depressed in every store. I wouldn't eat here it is depressingly tiny and with only 4 or 5 food places to visit which consists of pizza hut, spud u like, burger king, and the rest that I hav...  more »
Google
  • Lots of parking and a compact centre make this an easy place for quick shops but you won't find much variety here. There's a small food hall with a reasonable selection but it's not great food by any standard. F&B's can be found outside. Oddly enough they've got a Disney store which is a bit of a highlight and well worth a visit. Great tram and bus links too.
  • It's got a good few shops but not an amazing selection. Could be better but at least it's indoor. Loads of phone shops and card shops. It's handy I guess. Shame it doesn't have more clothes shops or a primark. Loads of parking anytime of the day
  • Standard UK shopping mall but with a few added extras. Poor food court but great M&S. Can also do a food shop at Morrisons, buy petrol and catch a tram or a number of buses. Train station not to far away.
  • Ok for the basics, but not the most up to date shopping centre around. Needs a good revamp and more life injected into the place. I'd only really aim to get my groceries here, and only if I really had no other choice.
  • Gyle has started to go downhill, while there are still some good shops, there are also several empty premises that could attract more customers, good place if needing to just pop into the one shop