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Harrods, London
(3.8/5 based on 10,000+ reviews on the web)
Whether you leave with full shopping bags or just an eyeful, you'll likely find Harrods entertaining. Europe's largest department store has over 90,000 sq m (1 million sq ft) of retail space, backing up its motto of Omnia Omnibus Ubique--All Things for All People, Everywhere. Browse 330 departments of clothing, accessories, shoes, cosmetics, and housewares. Wander through food halls full of unusual produce and meats or sit down for a meal at one of the eateries. Teas from the food halls make ideal lightweight gifts for friends and family back home. Plan your visit to Harrods and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our London vacation planner.
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  • A large bunch of people and expensive so a normal person cannot afford a small Christmas decorations. The girl thought it was great so if you want her happy, it's worth a visit.
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  • It would take more than a day to visit all of the showroom's! Space food gives hungry and could not but be impressed in front of both quantity and diversity! Toys to luxury items, is something for everyone, this place is a must even if it is not anticipated to spend!
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  • Big and expensive department store. You can take a map than you don't get lost. All luxury brands are present. The Christmas Department. There was little in the tree. It was really more a gift Department. Staff is friendly and helpful.
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  • Love this place. Always come here for food and cosmetics. Harrods have impeccable service and great ambience for shoppers. I often come here with my bf on a weekend and visits the cigar rooms also their wine selection, everything feels so upscale and the lighting is great.
  • Amazing. It is a great story but please remember that this is the centre of London so don't complain about the prices. Great place to visit even if you don't buy anything it has a great atmosphere. It sells pretty much anything you want except Dogs.
  • One of my favourite stores in London. Most of the staff here go out of their way to help and advise you, and they sell nothing but great stuff! They even have a pharmacy downstairs! There is a downside however, and quite often there are specialist staff hanging around who are only there to represent a specific product... and there's nothing to distinguish them from any of the other staff, so you assume they can help you with something when actually they can't... that can be a bit annoying. Even if you're not buying from here, I still recommend going in just to see the place. There is no other shopping center in London with that kind of "wow" factor.
  • Cafe was great. Eggs benedict the best I have had. We sat in the conservatory cafe which was a lot more quiet and a more relaxed atmosphere than anywhere else. Huge store. Very opulent and great for a browse.
  • "You've got to go to Harrods!!" No. No, you don't. It was one of the most unpleasant shopping experiences of my life. It's more crowded than Disney at spring break and features the layout and design aesthetics of a Vegas casino. After spending a hot hour and a half shuffling through the aisles shoulder to shoulder with other guests, accidentally bumping into products with price tags reading $15,000, and struggling to find our way through the maze-like corridors, I wondered who actually SHOPS there and why? My best advice? Take some pictures out front and then keep walking.