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Knightsbridge

Visitors flock to Knightsbridge and Brompton Road to visit London’s most exclusive department stores – Harrods and Harvey Nichols. This is the place to go if you're looking for prestigious brands and up-to-the-minute fashion trends.  15 Minute walk from the hotel

King’s Road

In King's Road you'll find an eclectic mix of trendy boutiques, designer shops and cafes. Well known stores such as Peter Jones, Heal's, Cath Kidston and Habitat are all here. Be sure to visit the store where punk was born in the 1970s, Vivienne Westwood's shop and the Chelsea Antiques Market.  15 Minute walk from the hotel

Westfield London

More than just a shopping centre, Westfield London is a place to shop, to eat and meet. Inside the largest urban shopping centre in Europe you’ll find famous names such as Debenhams, Next, Marks & Spencer and the House of Fraser and a wide range of opulent shops. From Gloucester Road station take the 49 bus to Sheppard Bush. From there it is about 3 minute walk to the shopping centre. Take the Circle Line from Gloucester Road Station to Notting Hill Gate station & change to Central Line to Sheppard’s bush station.

Oxford Street

Oxford Street has more than 300 shops, designer outlets and landmark stores. It is home to Selfridges and also has a range of famous department stores such as John Lewis and Debenhams. Take the 74 bus from Cromwell Road to Oxford Street. Take the District or Circle Line from Gloucester Road station to Victoria station, change to Victoria Line to Oxford Street station

Regent Street and Jermyn Street

Regent Street offers a range of mid-priced fashion stores alongside some of the city’s oldest and most famous shops – Hamleys, Liberty and the Apple Store. Nearby Jermyn Street is renowned for gentlemen’s suits and clothing – very British. Take the Piccadilly Line from South Kensington and exit at Piccadilly Circus.  From South Kensington take the 14 bus to Piccadilly Circus.

Bond Street and Mayfair

New Bond Street, Old Bond Street and Mayfair are the places to go for extravagant retail therapy. Popular with celebrities, this is probably London’s most exclusive shopping area and home to Burberry, Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co. Take the Piccadilly Line from South Kensington to Green Park. From Cromwell Road take Bus 74 to Marble Arch. From there it is 10 minute walk.

Carnaby Street

The centre of fashion during the Swinging Sixties, Carnaby Street is still home to some exciting designers. The shopping area extends over twelve streets.  Take the Piccadilly line to Piccadilly circus and then walk up regent street to Carnaby street approximately 10 minutes’ walk.

Covent Garden

Whether you want hip fashion, unique gifts, rare sweets or hand-made jewellery, Covent Garden is the place to explore. Stock up on street wear, funky cosmetics and shoes on Neal Street, arts and crafts at Covent Garden market or just window shop. Don't miss Floral Street, Monmouth Street, Shorts Gardens, Seven Dials and Neal's Yard for a true taste of London shopping.  Take the Piccadilly Line from South Kensington straight to Covent Garden.

Notting Hill

Notting Hill offers a vast range of small shops selling unusual and vintage clothing, rare antiques, quirky gifts, books and organic food.  Take the 70 Bus outside the hotel all the way to Notting Hill.  Circle Line from Gloucester Road Station to Noting hill Gate station

Savile Row

The home of bespoke British tailoring, Savile Row is the place to go if you want a hand-made suit crafted the old-fashioned way (with a price tag to match). Take the Piccadilly Line from South Kensington and exit at Piccadilly Circus. From South Kensington take the number 14 bus to Piccadilly Circus.

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