The Harlequin Centre

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The Harlequin Centre

201 The Harlequin
WD17 2UB
+44 (0)1923250292
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Yelp Reviews

4 out of 5 based on 19 reviews

Top 5 reviews of The Harlequin Centre

4.0 out of 5 9 October 2011
by Tracey W.

A well sized mall in two parts and two floors housing all the usual places you would expect from Marks and Spencers' and John Lewis to Monsoon and La Senza and a lot of independant places for hair and beauty. There is also a cafe opposite Zara in the main section of the ground floor and next to it someone will thread your eyebrows in a few moments!Attached to the mall with entrances outside...more

5.0 out of 5 30 December 2010
by left10ant

Not much more I can add to the previous reviews - great place to shop. Note also that 5 mins drive away there are a lot of big retail shops such as Halfords, Comet, Hobbycraft, Mothercare, Tesco Extra, and an enormous B&Q.

Shop till you drop.more

5.0 out of 5 23 November 2008
by friendsfreak88

I love this shopping centre!

It is easy to find your way around as it is just in one really long line of shops with 2 floors.

The branches of chain stores (Primark, Marks and Spencer, BHS etc) are all a good size but can get pretty busy!

There are plenty of nice coffee shops to choose from (2 Costa Coffees, a Cafe Republic, Ponti's, a Starbucks and a John Lewis cafe.)

There are not...more

4.0 out of 5 19 November 2008
by upsadaisy

This shopping centre is quite a long centre, laid out on two levels. There are plenty of multistory carparks attatched and nearby. If you use King you avoid the oneway bit.

There are all the major high street brands plus a good sized Primark.

There are lots of places to eat inside the Harlequin, though they are mainly sandwich, coffee or deli type places.

Surrounding the mall is the...more

4.0 out of 5 18 November 2008
by EmsMum

This is a very large shopping centre with numerous car parks.There is an extensive range of shops as well as a market and access to Watford High Street.

There isn't a lot of places to eat within the centre itself, a number of food courts have opened and closed. However there are a number of restaurants on the high street.

The centre always appears clean and tidy with a visible presence...more

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