Travellers when they head to London immediately venture to Oxford Street for all their retail needs and often forget about the incredible places around this retail road. There is the West End that offers the wonderful Regent Street with its many shops including Banana Republic, Liberty and the Apple Store. Tourists will appreciate the beautiful Georgian architecture in this road as well as the bustling atmosphere that makes this an amazing place to wander around. Young travellers will appreciate the excellent Hamleys store that offers many floors of toys and games, while visitors will also adore the many restaurants and cafes based here.
Carnaby Street is a fun area to shop that includes independent boutiques and famous British brands. There are 13 streets in this area that are also filled with exciting restaurants and bars. Tourists can enjoy wonderful English pubs as well as a range of eateries that feature cuisine from around the world. Visitors will adore Kingly Court that has three floors of dining destinations that is open-air in the summer months and covered during the winter. There are major British brands in this shopping hub including Ben Sherman and Paul Smith Soho. The area is also known as a great place to find unique items in its superb independent boutiques.
Travellers wanting to be close to these shopping stores should definitely stay at MStay Hyde Park hotel. Tourists will love this hotel in the West End, London that offers excellent rooms that are comfortable and air-conditioned. The living spaces include modern facilities such as an LCD digital television and complimentary Wi-Fi internet. There is also an en-suite shower room and kitchenette with a hob that is perfect for cooking with friends or family. The best part of staying at this accommodation is that it’s easy to travel to the city’s main attractions Tourists will feel right at home as soon as they walk into this amazing accommodation, and will be impressed by the wonderful support they receive from the diligent staff members.
Piccadilly is an interesting road to have a wander down and has many amazing upmarket stores such as the world-famous Fortnum & Mason. This is where the Queen is said to shop and it sells a range of fine products including chocolate, teas and hampers. Tourists heading here will find a huge amount of items that are ideal for presents. A lovely shop is Laird & Co that has a range of hats including trilbys and fedoras. British designer shop Hackett is also a wonderful place to head for gentlemen’s’ attire and also offers a sophisticated gin bar.
Another place to visit is the excellent Bond Street that provides customers with all the designer items they need. This road is famous throughout the world as it offers antiques, luxury goods and high-end fashion. It was founded in 1700 and has been frequented by the rich and famous since then. Some of the most famous shops include Burberry, Hermes, Jimmy Choo, Ralph Lauren and Louis Vuitton. Even if travellers can’t afford anything in this part of town, they will still enjoy having a wander around to window shop at its great stores. Tourists must appreciate the West End for shopping as it rivals many other parts of London.