John Bell & Croyden

5 out of 5 Based on 7 reviews

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John Bell & Croyden

52-54 Wigmore Street,Marylebone,London W1U 2AU,UK
+44 20 7935 5555


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5 out of 5 based on 7 reviews

Top 5 reviews of John Bell & Croyden

5.0 out of 5 9 May 2013
by Dave S.

Perhaps the nicest pharmacy in London, if not the world. I agree with the other Yelpers, John Bell & Croyden seems to be too posh, too sophisticated, too decadent to be real.

What kind of pharmacy has plush carpeting and wood panelling and classical music piped in? Yes, John Bell & Croyden is the kind of place that makes you feel like you need to wear a suit to buy a tube of toothpaste....more

5.0 out of 5 8 October 2009
by n s.

I sprained my wrist and was looking all over London for a wrist splint and was having trouble finding a size small wrist splint -- John Bell & Croydon had 4 types of wrist splints and every sort of physiotherapy equipment you could need. The store is pleasant and has a variety of beauty, health and exercise equipment and many items were offered at relatively reasonable prices!more

5.0 out of 5 19 January 2009
by goochie

I love this store, you can buy anything from lip salve to surgical equipment, wheelchairs. Has a pharmacy so you can collect your prescriptions.

Stocks lots of cosmetics, brands (Clarins, Crabtree and Evelyn), and rather bizarrely my dogs anti-flea treatment!

You can pick up some unusual gifts here.more

4.0 out of 5 12 December 2008
by Cari S.

This place is so much more fun than Boots! I had never heard of this pharmacy before, but the other night, I was walking along Wigmore Street and in need of ear plugs and found this place.

If you are used to the ever so cheap feel of say, Superdrug, you should come here. It feels so high end, if that is possible for a pharmacy. While it does everything that you will find in a Boots it has so...more

5.0 out of 5 2 October 2008
by phantomjasmine

I love this shop! It sells loads of high end toiletries and has a large section of disability aids and equipment, and a disturbing array of surgical instruments, (a must for the serial killer wannabe!)

But the standout reason I love this shop is the game play; Spot the celebs in disguise! I have seen sooo many.more