The major shopping and entertainment centre of London, recognised as one of the most acclaimed and celebrated areas in the world. This iconic destination is an enticing and vibrant place to visit. Millions of visitors seek out this part of London for its art, culture, and history.
Boasting some of the most famous and legendary shopping streets in the world. Oxford Street is home to Britain’s second largest store Selfridges. Founded in 1909, by self-made Chicago millionaire, Gordon H. Selfridge.
The place for high end shopping is Bond Street, perfect for a spot of luxury retail therapy. It is the domicile for exclusive stores such as Burberry, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co. South Molton Street is famous for its illustrious fashion store Browns. Another street not to miss is Regent Street, which is also known as “The Mile of Style”. There are many flagship stores here and the architecture is something to behold also.
Expect the finest service in the world, in one of the many five-star hotels here. Be sure to look at The Connaught in Mayfair, loved by the Americans, the Ritz London in Piccadilly. There are so many amazing hotels in this unique area. Why not try the legendary Claridge’s in Brook Street, adored by Royals past and present.
A visit to the Capital wouldn’t be complete without taking in the atmosphere of London’s amazing shows. Theatreland is an area which, alongside New York’s Broadway is of the highest quality in the world. Most restaurants are within a 5 to 10-minute walk from the theatres. There is something for everyone in London’s West End.