As one of the best known names on the high street, House of Fraser has presented customers with an unrivalled nationwide department store for 160 years, now with 63 enviable locations across the UK and Ireland.
The focus is on developing a premium product offer, with iconic brand names such as Linea and BIBA, and offering quality and exclusivity on the high street.
Venue Details & Map
House Of Fraser Oxford Street
318 Oxford Street
- 0344 8003752
- Public transport:
- Bond Street, Underground
Top 5 reviews of House Of Fraser Oxford Street
If House of Fraser was a human being - and really, forgive me for anthropomorphising a department store - it would be a dead cert for an identity crisis. It's sometimes difficult even to envisage House of Fraser which is a good indication of its lack of branding, let alone to identify what its niche really is.
Criticism aside, House of Fraser does have a good beauty section stocking most of... more
I had my phone stolen here, right under the spot where they have security cams. Thieves alert!
If you can provide a safe, comfortable environment to shoppers, please close down your store and just run a online store. more
A decent selection of European shoes, I was rather disappointed by the fact that they carry so many "Made in China" brands, though.
Prices for good shoes are definitely better than in the US, even with the not-so-inviting currency exchange rate, these days. more
Like all department stores with concessions, things can wildly vary and I once had a less good experience when buying a coat and there was no service as the staff were late in.
However the incredibly knowledgeable and high level of service I got when I just bought a pair of shoes meant I have to give them 5 stars! more
House of Fraser is one of the many shops and department stores on Oxford Street in London, in my opinion it probably is one of the "worse" stores compared to incredible branches of Selfridges and John Lewis found nearby, the latter two have their flagship branches nearby. This branch is also a "flagship" store for the House of Fraser chain, despite not being the biggest store they have (which... more