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London’s luxury quarter encompasses the historic area of Mayfair, St James’s and Piccadilly and is anchored around New Bond Street and Old Bond Street. It is an area synonymous with world-class luxury and leisure and it has provided generations with exceptional service while offering hundreds of years of heritage. The quarter presents a unique and exclusive experience for fashion lovers, shoppers and history buffs. It takes in 53 iconic streets, arcades and lanes and offers more than two thirds of the top 100 celebrated luxury brands. The area hosts 18 five-star hotels and 23 Michelin-starred restaurants, which have a total of 31 stars between them.

Opening hours
Shop opening hours are Monday to Saturday from 10am- 7pm, and Sunday from 11am-5pm. Some stores operate late-night shopping on Thursdays. However, opening hours are subject to change and vary from brand to brand, so it is advisable to check store times before visiting.

Bond Street beadles
The Bond Street area is supported by three beadles, uniformed officials who also operate at historic Burlington Arcade. The Bond Street beadles speak seven languages between them and assist visitors with their enquiries.

How to get there
Oxford Circus tube station is served by the Victoria, Bakerloo and Central lines. It is on the north side of Mayfair, on the of the London Luxury Quarter where Oxford Street crosses Regent Street. Oxford Circus tube station is best for vists to Savile Row, Conduit Street and Maddox Street.

Bond Street tube station is served by the Jubilee and Central lines. It exits on to the west side of Oxford Street. When leaving the station turn right and take the third right turning on to New Bond Street.

Bond Street tube station is best for visits to New Bond Street, Davies Street and Duke Street.

Green Park tube station is served by the Jubilee, Victoria and Piccadilly lines. It is on the south side of Mayfair and exits on to Piccadilly. Green Park tube station is best for visits to St James’s, the west side of Piccadilly, Berkeley Street and Dover Street.

Marble Arch tube station is served by the Central line. It is on the north west boundary of Mayfair and exits on to the corner of Oxford Street and Park Lane. Marble Arch tube station is best for visiting the north side of Park Lane and Upper Brook Street.

Piccadilly Circus tube station is served by the Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines. It is on the south east boundary of Mayfair and exits on to Regent Street. Piccadilly Circus tube station is best for visits to Jermyn Street, the east side of Piccadilly, Savile Row and Burlington Arcade.

Hyde Park Corner tube station is served by the Piccadilly line. It is on the south west boundary of Mayfair. Exit right out of the station and you will arrive at the corner of Park Lane and Piccadilly. Hyde Park Corner tube station is best for visits to the south side of Park Lane, the west side of Piccadilly, and South Audley Street.

Parking
The following are 24-hour car parks:

London Grosvenor Hill NCP, Grosvenor Hill, London W1K 3QQ, +44 (0)845 050 7080

London Carrington Street NCP, Carrington Street, London W1J 7AF, +44 (0)845 050 7080

London Millennium Hotel NCP, Millennium Hotel, London W1K 2HP, +44 (0)845 050 7080

Q-Park Burlington, 3-9 Old Burlington Street, London W1S 3AF, +44 (0)20 7494 3889

Audley Square Car Park, 5 Audley Square, London W1K 1DS, +44 (0)20 7629 9404

Arlington House Car Park, Arlington Street, London SW1A 1RL, +44 (0)845 555 5888

Marble Arch Car Park, Park Lane, London W1K 7TY, +44 (0)20 7641 3291

Mayfair Car Park, Achilles Way, Park Lane, London W1K 1AB, +44 (0)20 7499 3725

http://www.londonluxuryquarter.com

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