Westfield London Shopping Centre

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Westfield London Shopping Centre Westfield London Shopping Centre in Shepherd's Bush is a luxury shopper's mecca with 300 stores, a huge cinema, & more. Shop big or go home in London with Party Earth. London England 51.508676 -0.222194
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Westfield London Shopping Centre - Mall | Shopping Area in London.
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Party Earth Review It took thirteen million man-hours to build Westfield London Shopping Centre, and it would take all but the most dedicated credit card-wielding Olympiad at least a few days to capitalize on all this twenty-first century... ... read full review

  • Tube:

    Central Line, London Overground: Shepherd’s Bush Central; Hammersmith & City Line: Shepherd’s Bush Market, Wood Lane

  • Phone:

    020 3371 2300

  • Links:

  • Hours:

    Mall: M–Sa 10am–10pm, Su noon–6pm
    Terrace Restaurants: M–Sa 9am–midnight, Su 11am–11pm

  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

Party Earth Westfield London Shopping Centre Review

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Westfield London Shopping Centre in Shepherd's Bush is a luxury shopper's mecca with 300 stores, a huge cinema, & more. Shop big or go home in London with Party Earth.

It took thirteen million man-hours to build Westfield London Shopping Centre, and it would take all but the most dedicated credit card-wielding Olympiad at least a few days to capitalize on all this twenty-first century mall has to offer.

Shiny marble, glittering glass, and an atrium the size of a soccer field make the enormous space feel like a light and airy village, while interactive touch-screen maps make it easy for shoppers to navigate the 1.6 million square feet of capitalists’ paradise.

Located throughout are lounge areas with comfy couches and leather armchairs, most of which are usually taken over by exhausted husbands before their wives even break a sweat.

More than three hundred luxury and premium retailers fill the space, from Debenhams and Next to M&S and Waitrose, though most of the elegant regulars head straight for The Village luxury boutique area, drawn by the Siren calls of De Beers, Dior, and Versace.

Weighed down by bags, city socialites and elegant couples head to one of more than sixty restaurants for a bite – or maybe the champagne bar for a flute or two – while window-shopping college kids lay waste to the chocolate bar before hitting the Apple Store.

There’s even the upscale Waitrose supermarket at the Westfield London Shopping Centre, topping off an all-in-one retreat where guests can buy diamonds for tonight’s dinner party, fashions for the new season, and produce for the whole week.

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Tip from Adriana:

If buying that Gucci dress isn’t on your to-do list, sitting in the champagne bar across from it is a definite must. You can lust after Louis Vuitton while sipping from your flute and watching all the pretty people flow by.

  • Crowd

    City socialites, fashionistas, businessmen, young professionals, upscale tourists, college students, classy couples, well-to-do families. All ages.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Westfield stages live music in its outdoor courtyard during the summer.

    Seventeen-screen Vue Cinema onsite.

    Spa and health club are also available, as is a local library with an exhaustive supply of books.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Sixty-five restaurants from Italian to Thai to traditional English.

    More than 300 luxury and premium shops, including All Saints, Apple Store, Bershka, Debenhams, Dorothy Perkins, Dwell, French Connection, HMV, House of Fraser, Marks & Spencer, Oakley, Burberry, De Beers, Dior, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Mulberry, Tiffany & Co, and Versace.

    Westfield offers a live car park update on their website that allows visitors to see how many spaces are currently available in the lot.

    Concierge service available, including a personal stylist, valet parking, and hands-free shopping. Free Wi-Fi.

  • Prices

    Shopping prices obviously vary widely, from free browsing to my-Amex-just-caught-on-fire-that’s-odd. Parking £5/weekdays and £8/weekends.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Anything goes, though upscale is the norm.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Weekdays for less of a crowd or weekends to witness a marathon of stylish spending.

  • Close By

    Neighboring Uxbridge Road has several bars and clubs perfect for hitting up after a day of shopping. WestEleven (179–199 Holland Park Avenue) is a chic restaurant inside the Hilton London Kensington hotel, with a gourmet British-inspired menu and an indoor English country garden.

Westfield London Shopping Centre User Reviews

Average rating:
Great mall--not worth the stop for tourists
Emily F. May 4, 2013
Westfield London Shopping Centre has every store you could hope to find, all under one roof. However, almost every store inside can be found either on Oxford Circus or Kensington High Street--two more centrally located shopping centers that you're more likely to hit as a tourist. Overall, this is a great mall that combines some of the popular stores in London. If you absolutely love malls and love the convenience of shopping indoors, then this is a spacious and nice environment for a day of shopping. There's plenty of quick eats and sit-down restaurants to spend the whole day there. Otherwise, you're bound to run into these stores when you're exploring the rest of the city. All in all, this is not a must-see stop, but great if you love malls.
fashionista heaven
Tara R. Dec 10, 2012
If Harrods and Liberty are all about old-fashioned, classic shopping and style, Westfield is all about what is cutting edge, modern, and commercially flashy. The complex is huge—even if it is technically smaller than its Stratford incarnation, it's a monster—and it’s a maze of every globalized store imaginable. There’s an Urban, an Apple store, Zara, two different department stores…the list goes on. You can spend all day here, and the row of restaurants and bars on the way back to the tube will cause that more damage to your credit card.
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