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Harrods, London

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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. Use our London trip itinerary maker tool to arrange your visit to Harrods and other attractions in London.
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  • You can't leave London without making a jump from Harrods. There just about anything ... clothes, accessories, technology, home decor, toys but especially deserving area Food!! In the Food area is located just about anything regarding the culinary part. Pretty good prices. If you have eye of promotional items at great prices. You have to go there ....
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  • Harrods is definitely a local symbol of London. It is obvious that it is the largest shopping centre, luxurious is famous. I think, however, prices are higher in harrods than out
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  • Harrods was made with Legos were exhibited. Matter of time zone so it goes on the floor may have corners, such as food, tea was pretty crowded, but many of those who were. At the corner deli to go buy food and dessert was delicious. But a little high with. Ate the cake in the Café, but also quite tasty. I thought was expensive and too expensive, but it's worth that.
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  • Spectacular store with an amazing selection of everything high-end you could wish for. The food hall is amazing and it's very easy to spend lots of money in there without trying. The only downside and the reason I've given it 3 stars is that whilst walking around the department selling china and glassware (where I was thinking of treating myself to some whiskey tumblers), my partner overheard a member of staff saying that they were keeping an eye on me and they were worried they couldn't see what I was doing. They then sent someone over to keep an eye on what I was up to - which was browsing the goods looking to spend some money. Needless to say that once I heard this story, my wallet didn't come out of my pocket. I fully accept that they can't trust everyone but this incident left a VERY sour taste in my mouth.
  • Harrods, what a unique experience. Gorgeous department, specially the food halls and their ceilings, corridors and stairs that were designed long time ago. I love the style of it. It have tried many things already and I have been eating in different restaurants of this lovely mall. I love the Harrods Lego model from The Toys Kingdom. It is beautiful! Its always great but it could be better. People can make it fantastic if they wish. Manners & etiquette are essential.
  • Obviously high end shopping! The food hall is fantastic - try some of the chocolates! The rest of the store is as good as visiting an art museum. As you'd expect, top end service. The toy section is excellent with competitive prices. Now, if I can only win the lottery....
  • Everytime I go to Harrods, the sheer size reminds me of what department stores must be. Primarily catering to the discerning taste of the rich and famous, Harrods is not the place for your general shopping. If you are looking for brands, it is highly unlikely that if the brand boasts itself to be top quality, it adorned the shelves and tables of Harrods. Well dressed salesmen (well, mostly salesmen, except in perfumes section) in their three piece suits size up and attend to the customers who are wiring up to splurge. This is pure and simple high street London sans recession. Highly recommended.
  • Harrods is a fantastic place to get some obscure fruit for salad dishes and the Harrods food jute bag is lovely and smart to carry it all in when home time comes. I like Galvin's in the store, but don't think it was amazing food though the staff are one of the most loveliest in all of the restaurants combined in Harrods. It gets very busy, but there's a pharmacy there so easy to get stuff, but don't think much of the staff there. My personal opinion is they could try harder in satisfying the customer's request. Bathrooms are so so in different parts of the store, but all in all its a lovely place to go and just relax at the champagne bar if you can get pass the crowd of tourists lol X
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