"Full spectrum of shops in London." Department stores Tip by mwe

Department stores, London: 91 reviews and 103 photos

  Workers & Christmas shoppers.
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  • Workers & Christmas shoppers. - London
      Workers & Christmas shoppers.
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  • Christmas shoppers, Oxford Street. - London
      Christmas shoppers, Oxford Street.
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  • Oxford Street, London, November 30th, 2006. - London
      Oxford Street, London, November 30th, 2006.
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This is one of the big department stores on Oxford Street.
London isn't just about clothes shopping. Consumer durables are available in abundance.
John Lewis has probably the best choice of televisions.
For example:
Toshiba 26WLT66 (16:9 26 inch LCD digital, made in UK) £649 (includes 5-year guarantee).
Toshiba 32WLT66 (16:9 32 inch LCD digital, made in UK) £795 (including 5-year guarantee).
...Prices correct at Dec.12th, 2006.

What to buy: Central London's main shopping area is the 'West End'.
Oxford Street has most of the 'chain stores', discount clothing stores & some department stores, e.g. Selfridges & Debenhams.
Regent Street is slightly more exclusive (e.g Dickins & Jones department store).
Piccadilly has smaller/esoteric/more unusual shops.
Bond Street has top-notch shops like Chanel.
Tottenham Court Road & Edgware Road has specialist electrical/computer/photography shops.

Harvey Nichols is a department store in High Street, Kensington, on the western fringe of the west end, southwest of Hyde Park & Kensington Gardens (High Street Kensington tube).
Harrods is an upmarket department store in Knightsbridge, south of Hyde Park (Knightsbridge Tube Station).

Address: Various
Theme: Department Store

Review Helpfulness: 3 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Dec 12, 2006
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