Bond Street, located in London’s West end, is synonymous with luxury shopping. It’s home to the top names in fashion and a real hotspot for those seeking out some retail therapy. Here’s a guide to make the most out of your visit to Bond Street.
Bond Street boasts some of the world’s most acclaimed retailers, such as Jimmy Choo, Dolce & Gabbana and Chanel to name a few. So if you’d like to add some luxury to your trip, it’s definitely worth perusing these shops. Choose from an option of two fantastic department stores; Fenwicks, selling high quality fashion, beauty and food, and Selfridges, giving you a luxury option in designer brands and a high end shopping experience. If you’d like to shop for something other than fashion, take a trip to Sotheby’s, the world’s oldest art auction house. Get caught up in the bidding frenzy for a timeless piece of art or simply go and watch the action commence!
If you’d like to stay near all the action of Bond Street and central London, pick a hotel that is central and a short distance away from all the hustle and bustle of London. The Park Grand London Hotels are coincidently placed in London locations that are nearby the sites, attractions and of course, the shopping. If you’re looking for comfort and ease, The Park Grand London Hotels are perfect for a trip to London without the hassle of travelling anywhere too far. For example, The Park Grand London Paddington is a short tube journey to Bond Street, so less time travelling, more time shopping!
Taking a break from the shopping? Enjoy some of the attractions on offer around Bond Street. Take a day tour with, Insider London, where you’ll be treated to an underground tour of London’s street art and its eccentric history. Visit the Handel and Hendrix museum, the previous home of both George Frederic Handel and Jimi Hendrix, where you can explore the histories of these musical geniuses. The Halcyon Gallery is also a great find, displaying contemporary and innovative artwork from all around the world. The ‘Allies’ Sculpture is well worth visiting; a charming commemorative piece of Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill, perched on a bench in the midst of friendly chatter.