London Designer Outlet (abbreviated LDO) is a semi-outdoor shopping centre in Wembley in the London Borough of Brent. Located on Wembley Park Boulevard adjacent to both Wembley Stadium and The SSE Arena, it opened in 2013 as the first outlet centre in Greater London.
It officially opened on 24 October 2013, London's first outlet exclusive centre, as part of the 87 acres (35 ha) Wembley Park Redevelopment project by owners Quintain. The development cost £65 million. The total retail space of the shopping centre is 350,000 sq ft (33,000 m2).
|Monday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Tuesday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Wednesday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Thursday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Friday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Saturday||10:00 AM – 7:00 PM|
|Sunday||11:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
Anastasija Stepanova | May 6, 2018
Syeda Hyder | Aug 11, 2017
Poor Service and high prices. 0% Customer care and satisfaction. Would not recommended them.
Caterina Dolce | Jul 8, 2017
The service is horrible. 0 client attention. During my wax the girl that made the work did not smile at all or say anything. I asked how much would cost a specific part and she just wax without ask for me agreement but only charging more at the end.
Resh V | Nov 13, 2017
They used to charge £12 for eyebrow threading so I never went. However, recently they have changed their pricing and it's £4 which is a massive reduction! Nobody would pay £12 in this area. I tried and got my eyebrows done and am very happy with the way the lady does it and go there regularly. I haven't tried any other treatments yet though.
Barbara M | Apr 10, 2018
I went there 15 minutes closing to do my eyebrows which would take 5 minutes but the lady said they already close and wouldn't do my eyebrows. I went back and there was two people before me so the lady, not really nice, that I can't stay because there's two people waiting already. I went 3rd time and finally did my eyebrows but ladies were not really nice as usual and plus my both eyebrows don't look same .
Falguni Naik | Aug 12, 2018
This was my first time. I went for pedicure and shellac nails . I must say the work was substandard and staff looked so bored and unenthusiastic. I have very dry skin on my feet. It was a bad job. I can say that because I know how to do pedicure myself. I learnt whilst I was young as a hobby . I regret going to this place. Nothing special about it. I will stick to my normal beautician who is cheap, chirpy and professional.
Tejal Shah | Jul 28, 2018
Doesn’t even deserve 1 star. Terrible service, extremely rude staff. I went for a stomach wax- which was my first time doing it. And I ended up with burn marks across my stomach. When I went to the store to complain, the lady got rude to me. Clearly they have no manners and are not professionals. They simply gave me an email address to complain to- which obviously will do nothing. So the bottom line is that: If you care about your skin and want an expert to wax for you then avoid this store at all costs. The services are extremely costly and you get no satisfaction out of it. The rest is your choice.
Lux Crescent | Aug 2, 2018
Came in just to do my eyebrows, one member of staff was dealing with someone asked me to come back within the hour. Waited an hour and came back, another member of staff was there, I asked her the other told me to come back in a hour to do my eyebrows, to which she replied ‘not possible’. Will never go there again, poor service and staff lie. Waste my time.
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