15 reviews of Fosse Shopping Park in English
there is a gr8 many shops here - its popularity shows as the car park is nearly always full. Although the car park is often full, the shops are varied and there are lots of them so its never crammed!
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Fosse park is a nice place to visit, because its not in the middle of town, so if you want to get away from SOME of the hussle and bussle of town then come to fosse park. But fosse park is a busy shopping place. It has shops like BHS, M&S, PC world, o2 & Other clothing shops & Asda.
All in all a nice place but it can be a bit busy and sometimes cannot find a parking space.
This is a great place to shop if you want to get it done all it one place. There are is a massive range of shops were you will find what you need. There is also a food court where you’ll find a selection of places to eat and drink. The marks and Spencer here is very good it’s one of the biggest stores I’ve been to the variety of clothing there is excellent.
Good little 'out of town’ retail park, split in two parts. First is the clothing/food halls plus Boots and the other is the big superstores i.e. Argos, DFS, PC World. Stores include River Island, BHS, Accesorize, Topshop/man, M&S, WHS, Carphone Warehouse and more. There is lots of parking if you are prepared to look for it during busy periods. Weirdly, even though Fosse Park may look busy from a car park sense, the stores are never rammed. Serves lots of families shopping for clothes and those people who can’t brave the hustle and bustle of city shopping. Overall, a good shopping experience
This is a large boots situated well near other large stores such as wh smiths and marks and specncers. The car park in fosse park is good and you wont have far to walk
I love boots, as the BOGOFs are good, but if you are looking for something more unique then there remains a good selection. I find the staff in the pharmacy freidnly and helpful. Good shop - good staff
Fosse Park is an excellent place to shop if you don’t like crowds & having to walk a long way to and from your car. It has a range of shops to meet the needs of everyone- with River Island, Marks and Spencers, Next, New Look and many more.
The shops surround a large carpark which is free, meaning everything you need is a very short walk away. Fosse Park also boasts a plaza where you can buy all kinds of food, from KFC and MacDonalds to healthier options (which are slightly pricier).
Fosse Park is located just off the M1 near the Meridian Business Park, Asda and MacDonalds.
Overall, a brilliant and relaxing shopping experience!
Busy busy busy is all i can say
This Asda has it all!
A photo place as you go through the door with music cds etc being available
A big George Dept as well
There just never seems to be enough staff in the place
Theres loads of free parking with shops extending the opening times all the time
New shops are also always opening
The centre has a food court with lost of resturants in it and a clean seating area
Excellent shopping centre with ample parking spaces which is what i love the most about shopping at Fosse Park. They also have a wallmart asda located there so you can also pick up your shopping. I usually come here to pick up electricals that i need for my computer so PC world is my main stop at fosse park. Whilst i am there i tend to get some food eaten at the food court. There is a huge choice there with pizza hut express, mcdonalds, KFC and many others. Definately worth taking a trip here
Fosse Park is large out of town retail park close to Leicester. It is easily accessible from the M1 and M69 motorways or about 15 minutes from Leicester city center.
I worked in the Fosse Park Next for nearly 2 years so I know the place very well. There are about 20 large clothes stores including M&S, Next, River Island and plenty of electrical and home stores as well as a large Asda.
Parking is free, but at busy times it can be difficult to find a space. At Christmas and sale times people can be seen abandoning their cars on the approach roads to the park!
In all well worth a visit if you dont want the hassle of the city center, with all the shops you will need.
Fosse Park’s branch of Asda is HUGE. Easily the biggest supermarket we have in Leicester. They sell everything from household appliances to stationary and confectionary. Entertainment systems and items such as DVDS, CDs and Games, clothes in their George section and of course most importantly food.
Overwhelming at first as you try to find your way round the identical looking aisles, Asda has a friendly and relaxing atmosphere to take the stress out of your shop and any of the staff running around the place will easily help you out if you’re lost and even take you to the product itself. There is a huge variety of food on offer from the best well known brands to their very own Smartprice range which is a great way to save a few pennies.,
The offers and prices of most items in the store are well below the average cost you’d find elsewhere which is why I’d definately reccomend Asda for your shopping, even if not every week but at Christmas. It’s also free to use the carpark for as long as you want and there are loads of other stores in the vicinity like BHS or PC World to name a couple.
This is a great retail park on the outskirts of Leicester. It is very close to the M1 and M69 which makes it easy to find, this does however mean the traffic is very bad around rush hour and I would suggest avoiding these times where possible.
There is a variety of shops including a fantastic, very big Marks & Spencers and high street retailers such as New Look and Dorothy Perkins. There are also places to get refreshments.
There is plenty of free parking available which makes it even more convenient. I am not sure if you have to pay after a certain amount of time to park but I haven’t needed to do this myself so think not.
I would visit here if I needed to pick up a couple of things and wanted to park near the shop. It is also worth visiting for the Marks & Spencers alone.
Fosse Park was Leicester’s first out of town shopping centre, and has grown substantially over the years. There are many big brands to be found there, from Boots and WHSmith to Marks & Spencer, Next, Sports Direct etc. The food hall houses several different eating options, with a central seating area shared by them all, which is great when the kids want McDonalds and you can’t stand the thought of yet another burger. Also in there is a newsagents, small branch of Thorntons and some other smaller retail outlets. In a secondary section are the PC Worlds and DFSs, with the biggest, and most easily accessible, Argos in town. There are public transport links, but not having been designed for the pedestrian, it can be a bit of a slog on foot (especially for Argos etc). Parking gets busy quickly, so early visits, or mid-weeks, are the best.
This ASDA is just to busy
Large free car park but even on weekdays it gets really full and the store can feel quite cramped
The store has a very large GEORGE, a large pharmacy a large photo area, a large games area inclduing DVDs and CDs. Everything you could want in an asda is available there BUT often the fact its such a popular store leads to shelf stackers busy working in the tight isles and when you throw in a few prams, trolleys and browsing shoppers it can become archiac
I have always found the tills fairly fluid and queue times shoprt, but if you are overcharged and need to go to custoemr services then, well, good luck!. The staff are swamped and dont have a clue about what to do, even calling supervisors before handing over 70p refunds and the like
Its a good asda, especially at 3am when there is no body else around
i have to say fosse park is not for me it is situated just off the juntion 21 of the m1 and is full of roundabouts duel carrigways and turns that can be easy to get lost. but when you do eventually get there there are a few good shopps a huge boots,evans,marks and spencer donnay shop and a quite nice food court.
there is also a 24adda and a sainsburys which is large it can become very busy on the weekends.
Fosse Park is an out of town shopping park close to the M69 and M1 making it accessible to get to.
There is a large 24 hour Asda store with a large car park but be aware that it does get really busy, especially at weekends. There is also an Asda Petrol station with pay at pump and a carwash.
In the main area of Fosse Park there are quite a good range for of shops like Dorothy Perkins, BHS, GAP, Monsoon, Boots, Marks and spencer. The opening hours are good and on Sundays most shops there don’t close until 5pm which is gretat
There is also quite a large food court with a McDonals, KFC, Pizza Hut, Druckers, sandwich bar etc but it gets really busy and you will struggle to get a table sometimes.
The large carpark gets very full up at the weekend so avoid peak times. On the plus side, the car park is free. Cross the road near BHS and you get to the furniture/electrical part of Fosse Park where you will find shops like PC World, Argos, Harveys.
You can spend a good day at Fosse Park without heading into Leicester city centre and having the expense of car parking.
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