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This is a beautiful shopping mall located right next to Olympic village. It was mad during that time for business related activities. There are numerous stores with millions to choose from. You can enjoy food from world. Shop according to your taste and have a...More
All the big names in retail under one roof, along with high end brand names and restaurants and bars, Westfield has it all. We paid £9.00 for near enough all day parking too, having driven from Essex and visited Central London and Winter Wonderland too....More
Please keep your belonging safe as there ‘gangs’ of pickpockets operating inside the mall. Apple store isn’t immune. A friend of mine saw them ripping out iPhones on display in broad daylight and had her phone ripped of her own hands inside the store. No...More
This is the cousin of the White City Westfield, which personally I prefer. This one is a long straight set up which is less preferable to the square shaped White City. I think this makes it feel a lot more crowded. Nevertheless very good, loads...More
Visited to do a bit of shopping The Marks and Spencer and John Lewis are both a good size so plenty of choice. Plenty of other shops and places to eat but was very busy narrow walkways. I prefer Lakeside or Bluewater.
One of the largest shopping area in UK! Its next to the Olympic park. Easily access by London underground and over ground train. Lots of eatery and lots of development around with apartments and offices. The olympic stadium is nearby and there is a canal...More
Although I am not the greatest shopper in this world I did enjoy my 4 hours spent at Westfield. Lots of shops, some even interested me, plus heaps of coffee and eating establishments.
Lots to look at, and there was even a man playing the...More
As an employee of one of the shops, I commute daily & have 1 huge frustration.
The parking is awful.
Firstly it’s very expensive, even on a smart pass it still costs me £30 a week just to park.
The barriers to get in are...More
Travel on the tube, they tend to extend tube hours to accommodate events. The Jubilee line goes from Wembley to North Greenwich which is the closest station to the O2. Only bring the car if you have free parking at your... More
Travel on the tube, they tend to extend tube hours to accommodate events. The Jubilee line goes from Wembley to North Greenwich which is the closest station to the O2. Only bring the car if you have free parking at your hotel, otherwise it will be expensive to park and be mor hassle than it is worth. Public transport in London is great, even if it gets crowded during busy hours. I would therefore suggest moving between hotels during less busy periods (I.e not immediately before or after the event).
The alternative is an Uber but given how far you are travelling I wouldn’t recommend unless you are travelling with lots of luggage.