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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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203-206 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9LE
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+44 (0)20 7851 2400
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Venue Details & Map
- +44 (0)20 7851 2400
- Public transport:
- Piccadilly Circus, Underground
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My first review of my big trip to Europe is.... a bookstore?
Hell yes it is.
I absolutely freaking loved Waterstone's.
Listen, I love books. Love. Browsing a bookstore used to be one of my favorite pastimes until bookstores in America started going out of business, which is totally lame.
So imagine my delight when I stumbled upon Waterstone's. It was all the things I love wrapped into one....more
When the internet is working, the cafe on the top floor is the best space to work in while telecommuting in London.
It offers lunch, quiet, etc. I feel like I am using one of those Regus shared desks.
One issue is the internet can sometimes be down:(more
I went 3 times to this place during my visit to London...
How can I express my love for this place? With all caps? Italics?
I was absolutely floored by this bookstore. It contained thousands of books on various topics and it all seemed organized. They had a nice cafe on the 5th floor, the employees were polite, they had plenty of bathrooms, and most importantly, they had plenty of space to...more
Don't let anyone else tell you differently:
This is the biggest - and therefore best - bookstore in London.
Bigger really does mean better when it comes to books.more
Whenever I'm in the area and if impossible happened and I'm earlier for a meeting than anticipated - I'd go and roam around Waterstones on Piccadilly.
Comfy seating, spacious halls with tall ceilings, six (!) strories of books to satisfy the pickiest reader - this store has various sections on anything (literally) you would like. If you're looking for a new hobby - just go to the Arts,...more