All journey times are approximate and subject to variation.
Luxury shopping in London
For centuries, London has been one of the best places in Europe to shop. From giant emporiums, which are sightseeing attractions in their own right, to entire streets dedicated to bespoke tailoring and boutiques specialising in the latest trends by local and international designers, this ‘nation of shopkeepers’ lives up to its name. Explore the best that the city has to offer with the help of this two-day itinerary.
From the heart of Mount Street, Bond Street is just a 10-minute walk away.
Continue on foot for five minutes to Savile Row, which runs in parallel to New Bond Street.
Cross over to the adjacent Regent Street and visit Liberty London, located just a five-minute walk from Savile Row. The main entrance is located on Great Marlborough Street.
To reach Selfridges, take a 15-minute walk up Oxford Street.
Selfridges & Co.
To get back to the hotel from Selfridges, it’s just a 10-minute walk.
Dover Street Market
Continue to Jermyn Street, located just a five-minute walk from Dover Street Market.
Take a two-minute walk around the corner onto Piccadilly to get to Fortnum & Mason.
Fortnum & Mason
To reach the penultimate shopping destination, Harvey Nichols, enjoy a five-minute taxi journey or a 20-minute walk through Green Park.
Take a five-minute walk down Brompton Road to reach the final destination, Harrods.
To get back to Mayfair, hail a taxi for the short 10-minute journey back to the hotel.