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Westfield Stratford City, London

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With a total retail floor area of 175,000 sq m (1.9 million sq ft), Westfield Stratford City stands as one of the largest urban shopping centers in Europe, and the third largest shopping center in the UK. With over 300 stores and over 70 places to eat, a movie theater with 17 screens, and a 24-hour casino, the mall contains plenty of diversions. The parking lot offers 5,000 secure spaces, but there are plentiful public transport options if you'd prefer not to drive. The mall is located adjacent to the Olympic Park, so you combine your visit with a tour of the site of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. A visit to Westfield Stratford City represents just the start of the adventure when you use our London travel itinerary planner to plot your vacation.
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  • Brill place to shop, has a good selection of shops like tk max, top shop, h&m, to name a few and eating places like mcdonalds, subway, pizza hut, nandos and gourmet burger, deffo recommend  more »
  • Been here a couple of times before as it's such a great shopping centre. So much choice and quality.... great set of places to eat too. Staff in shops friendly too.  more »
  • Name a chain store, and it's probably at Westfield. This is not the place to find independent small retailers, but if you're looking for major brands you'll find them here under one roof. If you're se...  more »
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  • We love it here. I love the Lego store and my wife likes all the clothes shops. The food selection is incredible, we chose the Indian street food stool on the top floor. It's delicious :)
  • Never been to such a large shopping centre before in the UK. Loved the varied shops and even car showrooms. Stopped by Mercedes showroom and tried my hand at the F1 simulator. Quality. If you have time for a snack try the cinnamon Pretzel at Mr Pretzels on the Ground floor. Also an amazing Malaysian food place which I have reviewed separately. Both outdoor and indoor food and also an Ikea order and collection which is also very handy. Will be back even if it's just to try the Potbelly sandwich. Great place.
  • Gargantuan Cathedral of retail therapy. Dizzying array of shops, food outlets and a cinema to boot! Very well laid out and easy to traverse. The car park is also outstanding and very, very reasonable. Especially if you are considering onward travel into the capital.
  • Great array of shops. Easy to move through. Try not to go on crowded days, as it gets really busy. But great food choices and cinema too. Of and bars and coffee shops
  • It feels surprisingly cramped for such a new shopping centre. Most of the shops are smallish so they fit a huge number of different places there. So there variety isn't an issue. The restaurants are quite good and you have a lot of choice. It's a tough place to be in or near when there's a major event going on at the London Stadium. Not that everyone has a choice, but I find London Westfield in Shepherd's Bush to be a better option for shopping and entertainment.