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intu Eldon Square, Newcastle upon Tyne
(3.9/5 based on 140+ reviews on the web)
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  • Really great shops ect and great range, air con all over which is great, so why spoil it with disgusting toilets! Bins were full of wine bottles ect and the baby changing one had sick on the floor, th...  more »
  • Directly next to a car park which isn't too expensive to park at either. Great selection of shops and was pleasantly surprised by the size. Good variety for all, plenty of places to eat and drink too....  more »
  • A very large selection of shops. Everything is easy to find even if someone does not know English. The only downside is the small number of seats before the shops for the rest, but it's probably a typical Poland want;)
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  • Has all the shops you want, not much provision for Baby changing/ feeding, even though the toilets are quite newly refurbished. There are 2 areas for this but one is usually closed although access to a toilet cubicle with a pram is catered for but only 1 cubicle is supplied!! Nice clean shopping mall.
  • Big, lots of variation in the shops - I really enjoyed it. You can also go out and about around Newcastle city centre and into neighbouring shopping centres which have smaller businesses (e.g. independent retailers/ pubs and restaurants) and many other shops, so I prefer it to Metro Centre. I just walked from the railway station but I suppose you could get a Metro too.
  • Much improved since being taken over by intu. Some great new restaurants opening soon
  • The best shopping mall in Newcastle. They have just finished redecorating it and looks amazing. There is a new diner area that is opening in a few weeks time.
  • A huge shopping centre with a great range of stores including Fenwicks, John Lewis and Marks & Spencer. Some sections feel a little bit forgotten about (Eldon Garden) but there's plenty of choice for the shopper and it's usually clean and bright. A Newcastle institution.