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This former department store has been transformed into eight floors of literary shopping paradise. Browse every genre, meet famous authors at the regular book signings and enjoy tasty food and a good view from the 5th View bar.
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Venue Details & Map
- +44 (0)20 7851 2400
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
The staff are great, ask them for a book and they'll look it up for you or if you need a suggestion they'll find you what you want. There's such a huge selection of books, it's great for educational books, language learning etc. and has a very clear layout. I'm an avid reader and love coming here for books that I can't find anywhere else!more
Best selection of fresh and classic readings. Despite how busy the place appears, it's quite large and spacious with 6 stories and plenty of seats. Restaurant and bar is on 5th floor (with a view) and the cafe is on the lower ground floor. Perfect for escaping the Piccadilly Circus madness outside and spending a quiet weekend afternoon reading.more
This place is massive and has a wonderful array of books. I must say I found it very difficult to get staff's attention. It was like as if they pretended to not see me so they wouldn't have to help me.
However, the staff who I did manage to flag down were able to quickly help me find the book I was looking for.
Overall, this place probably has every book you would ever need. Just...more
I'm ALWAYS a fan of bookstores. The bookworm in me cries every time I walk past a store so I thought I'd better pop in to this one on my way home.
On first glace I was so disappointed. A small fiction section, no children, crime or factual sections and no Bestseller list, only categories. Want a tour of London? Check out the London guide book section and their top 20. Want a diet book?...more
Waterstones never fails me. When I don't quite know what to do with myself, I come here and everything is better.
I can spend hours just browsing the books, I am one of those people who love books so much that it is a good thing I don't own a bookstore (I would keep them all and never let anyone buy one!). There are comfy chairs if you can snag one, where you can take your pile of books and...more