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All reviews book lovers several floors great selection of books great bookshop book store book selection the lower ground floor could spend hours toilet facilities piccadilly circus department store few hours afternoon tea bookstore browsing hatchards foyles
If you like books, then you can't help but stop here when you're in London. Although we think Foyles is a better in the history area which is our main interest, there is plenty here to see, and we usually buy more than a few...More
Went to Waterstones this afternoon to try to find a specific work of fiction.
The store is huge and over several floors but finding a specific book takes time and thought.
However, the choice is huge and, provided one thinks in terms of genres within...More
Arrived about mid day. Prompt friendly service. Good broccoli and cheese soup and tasty bruschetta. Reasonably priced . Great views over London. Menu looked okay for evening, but there was a private function. Toilet facilities could be nearer and need more throughout store. Great bookshop...More
We came here for coffee and decided to have the afternoon tea.
The sandwiches were fine, smoked salmon, egg, and cucumber. The warm scone with jam and cream was pleasant but the cakes and macaroons were dry and unpleasant. Don’t come if you want a...More
We love reading it is a thing me and my son do where we just explore any water stone bookseller. We have been to several - Staines/ Covent Garden/ Tottenham Court rd , Oxford- to name a few.
This one stands out as it has...More
As a bookshop Waterstones cannot be faulted. However, there is a cafe / restaurant on the 5th Floor in which the seating on the right by the windows is so poor it is no better than a down at heel transport cafe. Spoke to the...More
As a book lover i found this multiple floor bookstore to be heavenly. No matter what genra of books your looking for youll find. The prices of the books are very much acceptable and the cafe on site is a beautiful addition. Great experience and...More
An absolute incredible shop - the sheer size is just amazing. A must visit for anyone who simply adores books; it is so easy to spend a whole day there browsing (something of which I am guilty of on many accounts). The staff are always...More
Perennially fashionable since the days of Henry VIII, the aristocratic “Clubland” of St James's is a premier destination for high end craft and bespoke design. Here you’ll lose count of the Royal Warrants (which indicate that the Royal Family patronizes the establishment) seen in shop front windows, even during a short stroll to bordering Green Park or St James’s Park. With the brightly lit and constantly buzzing
junction of Piccadilly Circus at its northeast corner and none of Central London too far away, this is an surprisingly central and accessible part of town, especially given its prosperous demeanor.
Sorry for answering so late! Yes, it was! They have a floor on which you can find only books in foreign languages, and there the Russian section is one of the widest! (I bought a play written by Gogol’ there, but there are a... More
Sorry for answering so late! Yes, it was! They have a floor on which you can find only books in foreign languages, and there the Russian section is one of the widest! (I bought a play written by Gogol’ there, but there are a lot of authors that can be chosen!)