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Harrods remains at the height of British luxury retail, attracting millions of loyal customers from across the globe with its unrivalled product selection, world-class service, innovative retail theatre and historic setting. The store was opened...More
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I travel to London during winter only and can never shop at Harrods because of the temperature inside. Not only do I have to remove my coat (this shouldn’t be necessary as I can wear it inside other department stores comfortably if I open the...More
They have so many lines and so many rooms, it’s very easy to get lost, especially as they have had an overhaul. The toy department doesn’t have the same feel as before and it can get quite cramped in each little section. It was very...More
We wandered through, thinking we might want to get a souvenir (like a Christmas ornament), but were pretty overwhelmed by all of the departments, rooms, and merchandise, not to mention the people. I guess we didn't really know what to expect!
It was still really...More
Do pop to the city a couple of times a month and venture to Harrods. An iconic institution and sort of a mini United Nations with their mix of staff which is nice to see. The more I visit I guess I notice the good...More
Seeming more like Dubai than London, this magnificent emporium is a monument to conspicuous consumption. Offering a great variety of high quality and high priced goods, the selection tends towards the flashy. The food hall is large and offers a wide variety of items. An...More
We visit Harrods on every trip to London because it is unique, fun and deserves a high tourist recommend. Harrods is a historic, cultural, luxury department store with several floors offering both contemporary and conventional items: upscale, trendy and expensive goods, and unique, delightful and...More
Come on - you just have to go there! A fab building which is world famous. Wander round its aisles and think that all the rich and famous have been there before you. Then buy a small item and get it in a Harrod's bag....More
I personally love Harrods, not because I can afford a 20000 bag, but the people watching is amazing. Can find lovely cakes and teas etc. There is something for everyone here, do not miss it! Go with an open mind and expect crowds!
Luke in the chocolate department @ the Worlds greatest store Luke Knows his chocolate Works for HARods but Knows about ALL the ground floors Chocolate .. Knowledgable And Helpful Whatever we needed to make our purchase Luke Was so obliging. We'll be back...Nu & Lol
It was the night before Christmas and I spent my morning shopping in Harrods!!
Arrived just when it opened, left before it got crazy!!
Still the best place to wander around, just inlove with the Food Hall.
When millions of tourists want to shop 'til they drop, they do it along Brompton Road and its boutique-lined tributaries, including the world-renowned Harrods. And when millionaires want to flaunt what they've already got, many of them find Knightsbridge and Belgravia the perfect place to do so, often behind stately mansion walls or down quiet private mews. Delve beyond the ultra-luxe exterior and you'll find some of this
city's cosiest pubs, quiet gardens, and all sorts of indie retailers and enterprises worth a short exercise in spontaneous window shopping. For those looking to take a break from shopping, Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, and some of the city's most popular museums are nearby.
Response from Clemente71 | Reviewed this property |
It is the largest that I am aware of, it is certainly an experience, but the best? There are some quality items there, but personally I would rather go to stores that have a specialty in a specific area. For example, I was... More
It is the largest that I am aware of, it is certainly an experience, but the best? There are some quality items there, but personally I would rather go to stores that have a specialty in a specific area. For example, I was not overly impressed with the clothing. If I were going to buy a suit I would probably just go to Savile Row. I cannot think of anything there that I could not have gotten elsewhere at a) a cheaper price b) better quality or C) more tasteful selection.
Response from DaisyHound1 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I am probably way too late, but at the other end of Sloane Street is Peter Jones department store, right on Sloane Square - a huge sewing department with lots of wool (and fabric, thread, notions, machines) so that is... More
Sorry I am probably way too late, but at the other end of Sloane Street is Peter Jones department store, right on Sloane Square - a huge sewing department with lots of wool (and fabric, thread, notions, machines) so that is the nearest place to get your knitting supplies.
Places of intrest/ activites for elderly parents (3 Replies)
Hi we're travelling to london the first week of December with my elderly parents and 3 children. 10 , 5 and 3 . What markets would you recommend and what day would be the best? Also what activities, could you recommend for my parents? My dad likes history so we're going to the musems, my mother likes shopping, but low key, i think she might find Harrods overwhelming. Can you recommend any other places/activities which would be suitable for them? We're staying in Earls court ...More
October 21, 2012|
How elderly ... 80? ...60? Going to Harrods sounds like something that your mum would like, and you could go on a weekday when it is less busy. If you're staying in Earls Court, then it's an easy journey, and you can always go to the restaurant if it gets too crowded.
Week's itinerary with teenagers (11 Replies)
I am travelling to London with 2 teenage boys in October (12 & 14) flyying into Gatwick, hire a car & are staying in Windsor. We are also visiting family during this time. We intend to visit Windsor Castle obviously while we are there, plan 3 full days in London doing typical touristy things (with emphais on entertaining boys) eg London Dungeon, Tower of London, London Eye, Greenwich etc. We also plan a day trip from Windsor (by car) via Cotswolds to Wariwick Castle. My query to all...More
July 23, 2011|
Imperial War Museum and Horse Guards (in London).
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Disney princess for a day (4 Replies)
Have just seen that you can do a princess make over in DLP! My eldest went to Harrods on her 6th birthday and we promised our youngest she could go when she was 6 but it’s bloody closed down!! My eldest would love to do it but she’s 11 and not fitting into princess dresses, so I’d take aJasmine costume for my 7 year old but for my eldest? Would she be ok just in her Mickey tshirt? Do you think we’d get two slots when we go next week? Would only want the €55 one. Is the PhotoPass...More
August 19, 2018|
Hi Lisa, yes they have a Disney Photographer in the PFAD Salon. Photos can be added to the Photopass if you are planning to buy one. I believe one photo print is still included in the makeover price. Your 11 year old can still have the hair/makeup if they wish - they don't have to dress as a Princess. The appointment slots are 20 mins apart, so if you can go into Gallerie Mickey when you arrive hopefully you can get two one after the other for one of your days.