Trip Planner Europe  /  UK  /  England  /  Greater London  /  Wembley  /  Shopping  /  London Designer Outlet

London Designer Outlet, Wembley

Categories: Factory Outlets, Movie Theaters, Fun & Games, Shopping
Inspirock Rating:
3/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web
London Designer Outlet is located in Wembley. To visit London Designer Outlet on your holiday in Wembley, and find out what else Wembley has to offer, use our Wembley trip itinerary builder.
Create a full itinerary - for free!
going to
read all reviews »
  • Brilliant range of shops, easy to walk round, fantastic choice of places to eat, lovely clean toilets, tube station close by - what more can you ask for. 
  • My best friend was visiting me during my stay in London, and we decided what better than a girls shopping day? The closest outlet I was told about was Bicester Village, but luckily after some online r...  read more »
  • We regularly visit this London Designer Outlet because it is not far way, several good brand names with competitive price, lot of restaurants can be chosen, also, used to be reasonable parking fee, £1...  read more »
  • Outlet as expected. Great deals in Super Dry, Clark's shoes, Niki.m& s, sketchers shoes, NEXT, plus good bunch of restaurants including Jimmy's and hand made burgers. This place has cine world for movie lovers. Kids playing games as well as nice sitting arrangements plus huge parking. Parking is free if you shop over £40
  • I personally love it. I am a regular shopper and the prices are great. A lot of major brands are represented, you can enjoy a good meal (also lots of halal restaurants), go to the cinema (which is very good by the way). Parking G is free if you spend £30+. It is cituated right by Wembley stadium so avoid on event days. Other than that great place.
  • I had a quick browse through most of the fashion stores taking mental notes on their prices. To be honest you can get better deals online or at a normal store especially at this time during the summer sale. The stock was very limited and typically for larger people, I skipped through a truck full of XXLs during my time. The only real deals I found were at a couple of jewelers and a hiking shop called trespass. I went specifically for the Nike store to buy some new trainers for daily use. The couple that I found attractive weren't actually that cheap as I found it cheaper from Schuh. Along the walls were open shoe boxes which come at 30% off lowest marked price on the box. Could have grabbed a really good bargain but none of the shoes were attractive at all. You can expect to find a pair of roshe, air max 90s or tavas but in the most unattractive colour combinations at higher listing prices within the shop so there's no real point in visiting this particular branch. Overall i had a bad experience and wouldn't recommend anyone going there. I ended up heading to the Oxford Street sales which were a lot more appealing.
  • It's an ok place to chill & look around.. But I wouldn't really want to buy anything. Cineworld is cool and Lindtt shop 😋 . like The Body Shop aswell. LDO is a bit confusing oh and the Car parking from the outside / queues looks like madness and a rip off . Although I just walk here. Some good views and some shops look nice. the coffee shops r nice for a good hot chocolate or cup of tea etc.. LDO has good clean toilets!
  • Today is 26/06/2016 sunday Everything is good except pay parking service its so bad ..the payment machines indicate should pay twenty pounds, even if the time you parking a minute !!! staff of parking office (Indians) very bad treatment ( they thought we are in Pompeii not in London !!) specifically the old man in cashier .. very highly absurd time lived its really frightening experience horrible because of People undisciplined work in the parking office!!!!!!!!!!!
Nearby Attractions
Visit for 3​h
Visit for 2​h
Visit for 1​h 30​m
Visit for 1​h
Visit for 4​h
Visit for 2​h 30​m
Visit for 30​m