This much-loved department store is situated on Sloane Square in the heart of fashionable Chelsea. Peter Jones has 7 floors of unrivalled quality and value. You’ll find exclusively designed souvenirs in the Gift shop and stunning homewares as well as the latest technology, including digital cameras, MP3 players and gaming.
Take a look at Peter Jones’ fashion floors. If you can’t choose from all the fabulous famous fashion brands, ask the Fashion advisor for a free consultation to help you achieve the look you want. Complete your look with stunning shoes, jewellery and handbags. Then enjoy expert pampering in the relaxing beauty rooms and shop for all your favorite cosmetics and perfumes in the stunning Beauty department. And don’t forget to visit the Top Floor restaurant, with its spectacular views over London. Open 7 days a week.
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Yep, it's just like John Lewis. Exactly the same! I mean, down to the font and colour of the logo lettering. To me, this doesn't mean so much. It's still a lot of overpriced crap. They run out of things often--they were out of Christmas decorations a week before Christmas with no intent of stocking more. And the salespeople act like it was a toss up between a root canal or coming to work that...more
I know this place holds some kind of reverence for Sloaney wannabees and I'm-in-London-for-the-day-dahling scenesters, but in reality, it's just a John Lewis isn't it.
A huge one at that. So if you know what you want and you're willing to pay John Lewis prices to get it, Peter Jones is ideal. Provided you live in the area that is. Otherwise you'd might as well go somewhere more local...more
A Chelsea institution. This stylish small-ish department store sells a little bit of everything. Their kitchen department is fabulous to find basics home items with a little bit of flair.more
Basically John Lewis but probably called Peter Jones as it's in Sloane Square so prepare to bump shoulders with lots of Made in Chelsea / Sloane Ranger wannabes and tourists.
I'd been here before years ago but never to the restaurant / cafe at the top. My friend and I visited it today after an unsuccessful trip to the nearby Chelsea Physic Gardens (they were closed!) and we were starving and...more