Guide to Shopping in London


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Besides all its other attributes, London is also one of the shopping capitals of the world like Milan, New York and Paris. It offers a plethora of shopping streets, department stores, and market stalls. Central London is the heart of the shopping scenario although various other places also offer different shopping experiences including unusual and vintage items.

Oxford Street and Bond Street

Although Knightsbridge area is full of luxury shopping options such as Harrods and Harvey Nichols, offering designer brands from Gucci to Givenchy, the real shopping mecca of London is in central London especially at Oxford Street and its surrounding areas. This area is the busiest shopping area of Europe. Oxford Street is a busy street having high street names such as the John Lewis, Debenhams, Topshop flagship store, Selfridges and even affordable stores such as Primark. More than 300 shops line up the entire street offering almost anything under the sun. In the vicinity of Oxford Street, you can find the famous Bond Street that offers luxurious brands and top auction houses as well as the ultimate in designer shopping.

One of the best places to stay in London especially if you wish to be close to the main shopping places and other attractions, is Kensington London Hotel that also offers most luxurious accommodation with excellent room facilities and personalised services.

Marylebone High Street

For stylish, top-end and trendy boutiques, you can go to Marylebone, away from the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street, where you will also find luxury fashion stores, gourmet restaurants, bohemian coffee bars, and health and beauty shops.

Neal Street and Seven Dials

These are two famous places for shopping in London where you can also get entertained by street performers ranging from magicians to comedians. The area has a plethora of independent shops, high street stores and a market piazza where you can refuel your stomach at the various restaurants, cafes and bars.

Discounted Lunch or Dinner Restaurants

In order to enjoy a gourmet lunch or dinner at a luxury hotel at a discounted price, you should stay at the Premier Club Rewards hotels where you can avail of a 50% saving on your food bill for lunch or dinner.

The Hotel Rewards Programs of these hotels will also entitle you to get best available rate for your stay, if you make your room reservation through their official website.


This is an enormous shopping duplex where you can find the best of department stores, shops, restaurants and a luxury village as well as a spa and multiplex cinema. The complex offers different high street stores and shops offering luxury brands that are covered by a swirling glass canopy. Westfield is located at White City (Shepherd’s Bush) and at Stratford City. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants at each location, where you can relax and quench your thirst or hunger.

London’s markets

If you wish to get the real feel of London life, you must visit the various quirky and individual markets of London where you can buy everything from gifts to artisan crafts to gourmet food. Spitalfields Market is famous for its handicrafts and antiques while Borough Market offers mouth-watering gourmet food and Portobello Road Market is where you can find the best of antiques and some of the best bric-a-brac.
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