- Famous for its elegant stores and exclusive brands
- Located in London's popular West End
- Encompassed by many of the world’s most outstanding hotels & restaurants
ABOUT BOND STREET
The Bond Street Association was established in 1924 to bring together the retailers and business based on and around Bond Street, and it has been successfully doing that ever since! Today, The Bond Street Association has both retail and not-retail member based both on Bond Street and in the surrounding area.
London’s famous Bond Street is revered throughout the world for its wealth of elegant stores, exclusive brands, designer fashion, luxury goods, fine jewels, art and antiques. Set in the heart of Mayfair, in London’s popular West End and encompassed by many of the world’s outstanding hotels and restaurants, Bond Street is a landmark for all things sophisticated.
LOCATION AND STORE HOURS
London, England, E15 1LT
Monday – Saturday: 10 AM – 6:30 PM
Sunday: 10 AM – 6 PM
Individual store hours may differ, please contact the store for more information.
SHOPS ON BOND STREET
Dolce & Gabbana
For a complete list of stores on Bond Street, please click here. Please note, stores may changes throughout the year; please call the store prior to visiting for more information.
Hotel Café Royal: Afternoon Tea at The Oscar Wilde Bar, formerly the iconic Grill Room (originally established in 1865) which has been exquisitely restored to its original Louis XVI detailing. Bookings recommended.
Alyn Williams at the Westbury: A Michelin star, Four AA Rosette Award, top 15 ranking in the UK’s 100 Best Restaurants and National Chef of the Year crown.
Hakkasan: Hakkasan was founded in London 2001 and has since become one of the world’s most distinguished global restaurant, lounge and nightlife brands.
Reform Social & Grill: Reform Social and Grill brings an authentic British experience to Marylebone and The Mandeville Hotel. Taking inspiration from regular British gentlemen clubs, sink into luscious leather banquets and indulge in Reform Social and Grill’s all day dining menu including breakfast and London’s best afternoon tea!
- Brown’s Hotel
- Courthouse Hotel
- The Arch London
- The Langham London
- The Mandeville
- The Ritz London
- The Westbury Mayfair Hotel
HOW TO GET THERE
There are many car parks and parking meters within the Bond Street area, please see map. Parking is permitted on Bond Street on a single yellow line all day on Sunday and after 6.30pm Monday to Saturday
There are many bus routes that serve Bond Street and the surrounding area. The 6, 7, 10, 13, 15, 23, 73, 94, 98, 137, 189 and 390 bus routes all run along Oxford Street at the top end of Bond Street. Buses 9, 19, 22 and 38 run along Piccadilly at the Old Bond Street end.
The nearest tube stations to Bond Street are Bond Street, Oxford Circus and Green Park.