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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 in 1849 by Charles Henry Harrod as an expansion of his humble East End grocery and tea business. Today, it is one of the most distinguished names in the world. Seven floors and 330 departments showcase the best of luxury merchandise, from high-end fashion and accessories to the finest homewares and the latest technology. There are 28 restaurants in-store; we continue to enhance our portfolio with Galvin Demoiselle, Bentley's Sea Grill, and the institution that is The Georgian. Customers enjoy a wealth of exclusive services, such as By Appointment Personal Shopping and The Penthouse, a private suite dedicated to unsurpassed bespoke service in a beautiful environment. Other departments include the Urban Retreat at Harrods spa, a theatre ticket bureau, and The Studio, the store's interior-design service. Qatar Holding acquired the business in 2010, and it continues to guide - and invest strongly in - the store according to its philosophy: Anything is possible. Harrods continuously seeks to surpass the desires and expectations of its customers, staying true to its original motto: Omnia omnibus ubique (everything for everyone, everywhere). Harrods is located on Brompton Road, near the Knightsbridge London Underground station.
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“food hall”(1,239 reviews)
“department store”(767 reviews)
87-135 Brompton Road, London SW1X 7XL, England
+44 20 7730 1234
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This high end departure is amazing! Definitely worth a visit and a meal at its food hall. Go for people watching and an unforgettable meal.

Thank love2travel79
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Very extravagant, over the top and high quality. I’m an architecture nerd so love the elevators and all the different wings. Wouldn’t recommend taking children on certain floors as there is quite a lot of expensive things to break. An excuse to put on something...More

Thank Louise C
Reviewed yesterday

what used to be a lovely shopping experience is ruined by rude impersonal salespeople. the place is too big and there are too many shops/within shops to find what you are looking for.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We came here 10 years ago and visited on our recent trip to London. If you can’t find it at Harrod’s, it doesn’t exist! I was disappointed in the home furnishings floor as when I visited a decade ago, it had some beautiful pieces of...More

Thank voyager81
Reviewed yesterday

It was one of my highlights to see Harrods as I've read and heard so much about it. I was disappointed as I quickly realised after walking through the doors that it catered strictly to the very wealthy. The store showcased only high-end designer brands....More

Thank Nellie C
Reviewed yesterday

If you are in the neighborhood, I recommend visiting the food hall and that's it. Last time I visited, over 20 years ago, Harrod's was a classy, elegant, English department store. Now it's a bunch of designer boutiques in the story catering to a wealthy,...More

Thank lori1019
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I caught the hop on/ hop off bus The Original Tour- London Bus to Harrods, an easy cost effective way to get to Harrods. The building was opulent with 5 levels. Pick up a store as you go in. All the big name brands are...More

Thank Gooramadda
Reviewed yesterday

Harrods! Most would have heard the name and to visit is an experience. It is high end shopping at its best. Spread over several levels, goods are on sale and display that are hard to describe. Visit the food area and it is a gastronomic...More

Thank pussycat72016
Reviewed 2 days ago

Visited this store on our way to the Victoria & Albert Museum. It is a VERY large department store and it has a bit of everything. I was fascinated by the wine and spirits section that had a 60,000 pound bottle of cognac. WOW that's...More

1  Thank plainsman66
Reviewed 2 days ago

We went to Tiffany on Saturday to pick up a braclet my husband was buying for me and once again was served by Franca Beltrame. Francas service is exceptional, l had emailed Franca to tell her we were going to be in London on Saturday...More

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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
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It’s a tourist Mecca. Of course there’s no dress code!
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