3 star classic hotel
3 Blenheim Street, Mayfair, W1S 1LAShow on map
The Mermaid Suite Hotel is a 32 room, 3 star hotel which is based in Mayfair, Central London. The closest tube station to the Mermaid Suite Hotel is Bond Street which is less than a 10 minute walk away. This... Read More »
5 star classic deluxe hotel
Brook Street, Mayfair, W1K 4HRShow on map
Claridge's might easily be the most famous hotel in London, with enough prestige and royal history to gain it the nickname "Buckingham Palace Extension." This is clearly something more than your average... Read More »
4 star contemporary hotel
350 Oxford Street, Marylebone, W1C 1BYShow on map
"Ideal location for shopping in Mayfair and Oxford Street" The Berkshire hotel, tucked away on Oxford Street and opposite Bond Street, is a freshly designed boutique hotel. The hotel is perfectly located for... Read More »
Apartment - luxury
Maddox Street, Regent Street, W1S 2QDShow on map
5 Maddox Street is a stylish Hotel that is located in Mayfair, Central London and is filled with modern décor that immediately makes your fell warm and at home. It is critically acclaimed by Vogue, Time... Read More »
5 star classic deluxe hotel
Bond Street, Mayfair, Mayfair, W1S 2YFShow on map
Opened in 1955 by polo playing dynasty the Phipps family, The Westbury Hotel retains its mid-century glamour, whilst providing all the modern comforts guests require. The hotel’s has a prime location on... Read More »
4 star modern hotel
Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, W1K 6JPShow on map
"Contemporary chic with classic luxury in a truely upmarket London enclave" Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square occupies a prime position on Grosvenor Square, just behind Park Lane, nestled amongst some of the... Read More »
4 star classic hotel
57-59 Welbeck Street, Marylebone, W1G 9BLShow on map
Designed to a high standard, the Holiday Inn Oxford Circus hotel offers comfortable and traditional accommodation, with bright airy rooms, decorated in a traditional style with comfortable fittings. All 162... Read More »
5 star deluxe modern hotel
19-21 Gt. Marlborough St, Soho, W1F 7HLShow on map
The Courthouse Hotel is a 5 star luxurious and lavish hotel that is based in the heart of central London and is within a two minute walking distance of the London West End and the popular Oxford Street that is... Read More »
4 star urban cool hotel
Mandeville Place, Marylebone, W1U 2BEShow on map
The Mandeville Hotel offers patrons a world of sophisticated fantasy during their London stay. Lauded highly by Conde Nast, Vogue, Tatler, Elle, The Guardian and a host of other worthy publications, the hotel... Read More »
5 star city chic deluxe hotel
Carlos Place, Mayfair, W1K 2ALShow on map
The Connaught Hotel is a 121 room, 5 star hotel based in Mayfair, Central London. The nearest tube station to the venue is Bond Street which is only a 10 minute walk away. This lies in Zone 1 of the... Read More »
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Bond Street and New Bond Street are where London's most exclusive shops are located. Whether you have cash to spare or have a strict budget to stick to, ogling the stunning designer clothing in Bond Street's windows will brighten any shopaholic or fashion enthusiast's day. As one of London's most expensive retail locations, with sky-high rents, the couturiers, jewellers, fine art dealers and luxury goods emporiums, which line the street, must be highly successful to move into the affluent location.
Hotels near Bond Street
Prices for accommodation in Bond Street are as costly as the designer clothes, however it is a fantastic, central location to stay in if you can stretch your budget.
The Radisson Edwardian Berkshire Hotel offers contemporary chic with a relaxing, muted colour scheme just seconds away from Bond Street tube station.
A good, low-cost hotel is the Thistle Marble Arch; just a few minutes walk away, offering sophisticated, comfortable style for high street prices.
If you want to stay in more elegant surroundings where your new designer outfits will fit in perfectly. The Hyatt Regency London - The Churchill, offers grand traditional furnishings in an extremely convenient location, with great service.
Cheap hotel near Bond Street
St Giles Hotel London
Standard twin room at the St Giles Hotel
If budget is important then have a look at the St Giles Hotel which is located 15 minutes walk away at the bottom of Tottenham Court Road. Its a 3 star unremarkable hotel but has many extra facilities such as a huge swimming pool and gym and car parking.
The St Giles is a good cheap option for your visit to Bond Street.
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Luxury hotel close to Bond Street
Langham Hotel London
The Langham Hotel in Central London
Just a 5 minute walk from Bond Street, the Langham Hotel is a British Institution.
It is a 5 star luxury hotel which located in a magnificent historic building close to Oxford Circus and Regent Street.
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Luxury suites close to Bond Street
5 Maddox Street London
5 Maddox Street Luxury Suites
On the doorstep on the Bond Street shopping area, 5 Maddox Street is an all suite 5 star hotel which panders to your every need.
It is also a good location for travel to the US Embassy in Grosvenor Square.
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About Bond Street
Bond Street was established as a luxury goods haven in 1700, when notable residents such as the James Boswell, Admiral Horatio Nelson, Emma Hamilton resided in the street. Unsurprisingly, the street was also home to Britain's first 'dandy', Beau Brummell, whose style was celebrated and much emulated in society circles. The street has been named in several great works of British literature, including Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility and Virginia Woolf's Mrs. Dalloway.
The street's main trade was traditionally antiques and fine art and offices for Institutions such as Sotheby's and the Fine Art Society have existed in Bond Street for over 100 years. Gradually the area became known as the destination for elegant style and today some of the most well known brands have London flagship stores in the street. These include, Bally, Boodles, D&G, Burberry, Donna Karan, Mappin & Webb, Hermes, Ralph Lauren and Tiffany, to name just a few.
The north end of Bond Street has a high concentration of jewellers. Having a Bond Street location can make or break a brand, so these stores are highly sought after. However, having a reputation for a very wealthy clientele has attracted the wrong kind of visitors.
The second largest robbery in Britain was carried out in Graff Diamonds, when armed men wearing latex disguises and wigs stole £40 million worth of jewellery. However, shops in this area have a high level of security and very watchful attendants, so incidents such as this are very rare.
Bond Street is very easy to access on public transport, with Bond Street tube station at the mouth of the street. This tube station services the Central and Jubilee lines, from which you can explore other areas of London.
If you are arriving from further afield, Bond Street is just one tube stop away from Green Park station, which services the Jubilee, Victoria and Piccadilly lines. From here you have direct links to Victoria Station (where the Gatwick Express Train terminates); King's Cross St Pancras Station (where the Eurostar terminates); and Heathrow Airport, which can be reached via the Piccadilly line.
A quintessential London experience for travellers of all budgets, wandering down Bond Street will make you feel right at home with Mayfair's wealthy residents and will provide a great afternoon of indulgent retail therapy.
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