Marks & Spencer Edinburgh edinburgh

Marks & Spencer located at 54 Princes St, Edinburgh EH2 2DQ, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0131 225 2301

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Paul Prior

3 Google Rating

The food area is great, but because of the age of the building, the usable floor space is much small

3/ 5

The food area is great, but because of the age of the building, the usable floor space is much smaller than newer M&S stores and the layout is confusing. From the rear entrance you have to go down several flights, through the shop, up one escalator, round that floor, and up another escalator to get to the Men's section. Much better the tram to the M&S at the Gyle Centre if you want clothes or anything non-food.

Ross McKay

4 Google Rating

Marks and Spencer has an old world charm which is in danger of being lost in this modern internet wo

4/ 5

Marks and Spencer has an old world charm which is in danger of being lost in this modern internet world. We should all treasure this great British institution. They have stylish fashion for men, women and children. All their products are high quality and the staff are friendly even when the shop is very busy. They even have an excellent cafe on Rose street where you can rest with delicious treats and coffees after a hard day shopping. This is a rare place where the shopping is an event. Whether you're a regular shopper or you've never been here you will find something special. Enjoy your visit.

C Becket

5 Google Rating

Thank you M&S for your Made without wheat line. It’s made my life so much easier traveling around

5/ 5

Thank you M&S for your Made without wheat line. It’s made my life so much easier traveling around the UK and literally saved me in Paris where it was the only place I could find truly celiac safe food. Please keep the line coming and stocked!! We need you! :)

Catherine Jiménez

5 Google Rating

I like so much this shop. Shame that I cannot buy everything I want. Helpful staff, they are always

5/ 5

I like so much this shop. Shame that I cannot buy everything I want. Helpful staff, they are always polite and sweet.

Stephen Riley

5 Google Rating

Traditional store with lots of stuff to browse around and make selections. Not too stuffy on a hot d

5/ 5

Traditional store with lots of stuff to browse around and make selections. Not too stuffy on a hot day. Everyone very helpful.

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  • Friday08:00 AM - 07:30 PM
  • Saturday08:30 AM - 07:00 PM

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