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Westfield London, London

Categories: Shopping Malls, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
4.1/5 based on 1,100+ reviews on the web
Westfield London is answer to almost any shopping need or fantasy you might have. More than 300 retailers and 65 restaurant options make this a luxury destination. Four anchor stores--Debenhams, Next, H&M and Marks & Spencer--set the tone for high-end goods, while dozens of niche shops cater to special tastes. If you’re unsure where to start, check in with one of concierge desks for suggestions. Pace yourself with pauses at quick eateries or recharge completely at a full-service restaurant. The center also features a 14-screen theater, gym, and spa. To visit Westfield London and get the most from your holiday in London, create itinerary details personal to you using our London itinerary builder.
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  • Ok so I only had like 5 hours max were I was able to fit in some shopping and decided to go to this place in order to reach as many shops I could possible fit. And I was not disappointed since all fas...  read more »
  • You can get almost anything. Primark, 10 min walk. Are stores that are expensive and those that are slightly cheaper.
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  • We were during our trip to London, both for this and Westfield in Stratford. We preferred this shopping centre when it was easier to get an overview on the stores. Even if it is less than Stratford so there are many different shops both chains and exclusive boutiques. We were here a few hours before we would go to the airport with I had been able to go there anymore. Pleasant shopping centre.
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  • It's been years since it opened but it still looks new, the design is open and lets in plenty of daylight, and I always find it pleasant to go around it - despite not liking shopping in general! There are lots of small concession stalls for food, accessories which adds to the already excellent variety of shops and restaurants. Although this has come at the expense of general sitting areas, which there used to be more of there at the start. It's very well served by public transport. The parking is expensive though so I always end up parking somewhere 10 minutes' walk away.
  • This is as big as ANY shopping center can get in the heart of London! Plus - it has every conceivable store that you want. There are sections for high end luxury labels through to nicely spread out food/snacking options. One of those places where they haven't skimped on the seating spaces for people. Very impressively built super structure Minus - the parking costs are reasonable. You can do an entire day for 8 quid. The issue is when you want to take something like a child push cart on rental.....they charge you the same 8 bucks!! Oops....
  • Great selection of shops all under one roof. Just one tip, make sure you grab an early/late lunch/dinner as you'll struggle to find a seat anywhere, especially if you're in a large group. The best times to visit this place are weekdays. Weekends are over crowded, as are seasonal sale days. Well worth a visit but get there early to make the most of your day.
  • Certainly one of the best shopping centre in Europe. Amazing décoré and seasonal theme. Good food and great atmosphere. Even if you are not shopping it is a great place to see. Easy access with public transport. Very good disable access throughout and indoor parking.
  • Giant, soulless mega-mall. Many of the shops seem to be single brand shops selling a selection of goods at full RRP. Whether you enter from Wood Lane, or from the Shepherd's Bush station direction, you generally have to run the gauntlet of clusters of smokers huddled around and sometimes blocking the doors, and sometimes a bit of a carpeting of dog ends on the floor. There's a lot of parking, good public transport links, relatively clean toilets, and a wide range of shops. It's definitely more useful if you want TOWIE-wear than tools or utensils, though. It's probably best to check the centre's website to see what shops there are first, just in case.
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