The large John Lewis is one of the new Westfield Stratford City's flagship stores.
Venue Details & Map
John Lewis Westfield Stratford City
101 The Arcade
Westfield Stratford CityLondonE20 1EL
- +44 (0)20 8532 3500
- Public transport:
John Lewis store in Westfield. I went there a few times and i have always found staff helpful and knowledgeable (and if not, they were taking the time to check) especially in the TV/ Sound area.
A bit on the expensive side - it's a John Lewis store, no real surprise here - but generally quality productsmore
Bought an ipad from John Lewis. After observing husband eyeing it like a dog coveting a juicy bone I decided to use John Lewis online and order him one as a surprise.
Order was accepted, money was taken fromPayPal and I emailed husband the details to print up.
Imagine my fury when a few minutes later the cash was returned to my account and the sale declined.
I rang customer service and got a...more
John Lewis is one of the bigger stores in Stratford's Westfield, which stretches over about 2 floors and has its' own parking, but it still will never be in contention with their flagship store on Oxford Street, which is 8 miles away and 30 minutes on public transport, if you are a tourist in London and looking to visit John Lewis, I would recommend going to the Oxford Street branch, which is...more
Just like any other John Lewis. But here is a tip for OLYMPICS 2012 VIEWERS
They are charging 2 pounds to see the Olympic Park from their "Viewing Area", in addition to making you wait in a long queue. Instead, you can get a free view from the floor directly below their 2012 London shop, or simply go into the shop instead and you'll get the EXACT same view if you look through the patterned...more
A nice big multistorey John Lewis at the back end of Westfield is a must visit for anyone heading to Stratford in 2012. Why? Because as well as being yet another decent department store (almost all John Lewis' are), it also has the best view of the Olympic Park and currently houses a giant Lego version of the Olympic stadium.
The best way to the top floor is up the escalators at the back, and...more