Marks & Spencer
31 July 2011
I find the store is in a good place just on Northumberland street. The staff are very welcoming and friendly and will help you with anything although there are not many of them any more. They seem to be getting less and less! I feel sorry for them because they seem to be trying to do many things at once but are still really nice.
The store was always immaculate in the past, however I have found it to be really untidy with clothes on the floor and you can never find your size.
I never visit the toilets any more as I find they have gone downhill and are quite dirty and smelly. I prefer to go to Fenwicks.
Overall I still like the store especially the food hall but it is going downhill a bit, It seems to be following in Primarks shadow in the untidyness stakes!
26 July 2011
Lovely restaurant upstairs,staff friendly and welcoming,the food is of a very high quality,freshly cooked.The downstairs deli bar is very busy at lunchtimes,interesting to see people go about their shopping as you eat.you can take your favourite bottle of wine,to the deli,small corkage charge.
25 January 2009
I must admit I find this place handy from getting from the bust station to eldon square and for the toilets which are spacious (upstair near the home part) There are several places to eat here a resteraunt upstairs a litlle place for hot food and take away stuff downstairs and a little wine bar next to the bread I have always found it a little weird drinking with people pushing there trolleys by. I dont like the queues here as the trolley and basket aisles are always packed and I dont like the way they constalty move things around. Also they arent that good at restocking quickly and sometimes you cant get what you want. The clothes part upstairs is good they will measure you for a bra here and they often have sales on the clothes. There is also a currency part which usually has good exchange rates
18 January 2009
If you’re looking for bargains in the Per Una range then they often have several rails of end of range clothing upstairs. I think they may put these out midweek as I often go in first thing on a Wednesday morning and there are some good offers, at least half price. The upstairs restaurant, which has table service, is also very nice. They serve breakfast until about 11 - much later on a Sunday I think - and it is a nice relaxing atmosphere. Can recommend the kippers and the coffee is, as with the other cafes downstairs, delicious and Fairtrade. There are also newspapers to read. Often get my currency at this M&S and find staff very helpful. When they didn’t have enough to complete my order they rang the Metro Centre branch to reserve some for me to collect as it was more convenient for me to go there after work. M&S always have a very good range of greetings cards too (downstairs) which change frequently and are a lot cheaper than in other places - starting price for birthday cards etc £1.
11 December 2008
Located on Northumberland street this is a popular store in newcastle. In my opinion it can be a little pricey but all products are good quality. The food hall provides its own line in all products as well as luxary items. They also often have deals on champagne at christmas which is always good.
Isle of Man179 reviews
22 November 2008
Situated on Northumberland Street,Marks and Spencer must be the most well known department store in Newcastle.I’m not a big fan of M&S for myself as I find the clothing quite boring for ladies.It’s ok for the older man and children get a good range,but I suppose that’s a matter of opinion.Also their home range is nothing to write home about.I love the foodhall though and it’s here where it excels.I find some of their products unbeatable and worth paying that little bit extra for.The bakery is great.They offer banking and currency services upstairs and also the toilets are situated there.There’s a cafe here too as well,which I can recommend.
Downstairs there is also a couple of other places to grab a snack or a quick drink.
There are escalators and a lift so access is catered for and I must admit the staff always seem cheery enough.
19 November 2008
M & S is a large store, part of the well known national chain. The Newcastle branch is spread over two levels. The ground floor is smaller, with menswear at the front, gifts towards the middle, and a large food hall at the back. The food hall has recently been modernised, and stocks a wide range of yummy meals as well as a bakery doing fresh goods. There are escalators, stairs and lifts to the first floor, which is larger. This is almost entirely womenswear, with a large Per Una range, and a smaller signature collection. There is also the large undies section and the bra fitting ladies who I am assured are very friendly and professional! At the back is a small financial services and customer services section, as well as a modern café that does hot food, sandwiches and lots of fresh meals and fruit salads. A lot of the food here is now cooked from scratch, and it is very tasty.
19 November 2008
This Place on the city center of Newcastle. Big Store with 3 level, at level 1 have supermarket and level 2 have café (very posh). This place is good for parent and baby because on level 1 have big place for mother to change nappies for his/her baby and level 2 have small place for mother to go toilet with her baby and have just one changing nappies area. Mark and Spencer in this place so good very clean and tidy. Staff always helpful, try to get what you wanted. The best idea go there is Weekend day because they give plenty promo like sample, give card idea for cooking and many many more.
Milton Keynes51 reviews
19 November 2008
Apart from the fact that it’s a short cut from the bus station to the main shopping street, it’s really convenient and nice. In fact, the fact that is is a thoroughfare makes it bustly with a nice atmosphere.
18 November 2008
Very large Marks and Spencer right in the heart of Newcastle. The entrance from the Haymarket bus station brings you into the Food Hall where there’s a contintental style cafe for a quick drink or snack. There’s a huge range available from this shop including services like Bureau de Change, financial services centre, lingerie/bra fitting, gift registration as well as men, women and childrenswear, Per Una and Autograph collections, bakery and cake personalisation and homeware. The toilets are clean and the changing rooms spacious with friendly and helpful staff.
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