Bentalls Department Store in Kingston upon Thames

Bentalls department store in Kingston

First Exchange in KingstonBentalls Department Store Bentalls started life as a draper’s shop in 1867 and by 1935 it had grown into a large, prestigious department store.  The building (above left) was designed by Maurice Webb who also built the Guild Hall. Webb took his inspiration from Christopher Wren’s work on Hampton Court.

Bentalls is a Fenwick store and delivers everything you would expect: top brands in clothing, cosmetics, home-wear, appliances, electronics and food areas including Carluccios. Bentalls also has services including a foreign exchange.

Where is it? At the river end of Clarence Street which is the main pedestrianised shopping street in Kingston.

The Bentall Centre (shopping complex)  is attached to the Bentall store giving accesson several levels. See The Bentall Centre for more information.





Bentalls is Kingston’s premium department store, home to an extensive range of brands across Womenswear, Menswear, Childrenswear, Cosmetics and Home including Wolf ovens, Sub-Zero refrigeration, Paul Smith, Hugo Boss, Ralph Lauren, DKNY, All Saints, Kiehl’s, Dermalogica and Nars.

The store boasts a fantastic range of restaurants including Carluccio’s, Caffè Nero, Frank B’s American Diner and Bentalls Centre View Restaurant on the Third Floor.

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