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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Harrods has lost a bit of its opulence from 2 decades ago, yet has an iconic charm to it. They have kept up with the fashions and the newer brands, bakeries and restaurants are a welcome addition. You... more »
If you don’t look arab or flashy the security guards follow you as if your about to run off with every single item. Disgusting behaviour. I’ve seen it happen with my own eyes... more »
This was our 1st trip to London & Harrods Department Store & the iconic retailer has earned its reputation. You could easily spend a full day here & enjoy 3 meals & tea (if you put a reservation in weeks in advance). The ground floor alone will give you a great sampling of the food & gifts available. We walked up to 3rd floor to the “cafe” and enjoyed salad & tea service ... total bill was for $38 pounds or $51 US including a 10% service charge. We took home a couple of Harrods tins of tea as a souvenir and enjoyed a walk through their “food courts” ... much different from what you see in an American Mall.
If you want to see how the 1% live then have a wonder around. People watching outside the shop is much more fun. All the fancy cars and cafes. Go in and grab some food tho if you go. Some unique and decadent finds for sure. Tourist shop is on the upper level for stuff most of us can afford. Some of the art for sale was the best part to look at.
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