London Shopping

London is a world class shopping city. We recommend nearby Knightsbridge, as its home to the best department stores in the world; Harrods and Harvey Nichols will keep you busy for hours with gastronomic delights, designer wear and shoes.

For individual exclusive boutiques we would recommend a stroll down Sloane Street and king’s road. Have lunch at Daphne’s on Walton Street. Once you have had a little rest and recovery check out the Conran shop and Josephs flagship boutique which stocks the seasons most coveted designers; Celine, Isabel Marant, Pucci, Alaia.

Sloane Street – A fashionable shopping street, especially the Knightsbridge section, which is known informally as Upper Sloane Street. Since the 1990s Sloane Street's status has increased further, and it is now on a par with Bond Street, which has been London's most exclusive shopping street for two centuries. The street has flagship branches for many of the world's most famous brands in fashion.

Knightsbridge – Notable as an ultra-expensive residential area, and for the density of its upmarket retail outlets such as Harrods, the legendary luxury department store famous for fine luxury shopping and its food hall and Harvey Nichols a favourite with fashionistas. Knightsbridge is identified in the London Plan as one of two "international centres" of retailing in London, alongside the West End.

Bond Street – The most exclusive street in London with the highest concentration of high fashion boutiques from Mulberry and Burberry the typical British flagship stores, it also has Prada, Louis Vuitton, Donna Karan, Armani, Nicole Fahri, Versace and Gucci stores, the distinctive Ralph Lauren building and other prestigious brand names such as Cartier and Tiffany.