- One of London’s most historic and fashionable districts.
- Home to London’s finest men’s tailors, shirt makers and suppliers of leather goods,
- Jermyn street dates back to 1664
- London’s best food and wine merchants, restaurants, hotels and art galleries.
LOCATION & STORE HOURS
Jermyn Street, London, England, SW1Y
Monday – Saturday: 8 AM – 8 PM
Sunday: 12 AM – 8 PM
ABOUT JERMYN STREET
Jermyn Street is a one-way street in the St James’s area of the City of Westminster in London. It is known as a street on which the shops are almost exclusively aimed at the gentlemen’s clothing market and famous for its resident shirt makers!
Jermyn Street shops traditionally sell shirts and other gentlemen’s apparel, such as hats, shoes, shaving brushes, colognes, braces and collar stiffeners.
Hawes & Curtis Flagship Store:
Ralph Hawes & Freddie Curtis opened the first store in Jermyn Street in 1913 and created high quality clothing for gentlemen. Among its famous clients were the Duke of Windsor, Clark Gable and Fred Astair. Today, Hawes & Curtis has evolved into a lifestyle brand, offering luxury products at affordable prices for the contemporary lady and gentleman.
Budd Shirtmakers Ltd.
Budd has been located in the Piccadilly Arcade since the company’s inception in 1910. Like all of Mayfair’s traditional arcade boutiques, the shop is petite, but its size belies the wealth of goodies that can be found inside. Budd is a veritable Pandora’s box for Jermyn Street shoppers.
At Charles Tyrwhitt they endeavor to produce the finest British menswear, with timeless style, and no compromise on quality. That means proper shirts and properly made clothing that’s easy to wear and looks effortlessly good.
Located on London’s famous Jermyn Street, offering over twice the floor space and even more selection, as well as an in-house tailor and shoe-shine service, plus personal shopping experts. You’ll find our distinguished shirts are offered at 4 for £100 (including Egyptian cotton and non-iron styles) and leave with a pinch of impeccable British charm thrown in for good measure.
Crockett & Jones:
Crockett & Jones was founded in 1879 in Northampton, where they specialize in the manufacture of high quality Goodyear-welted footwear. 69 Jermyn street is the original Crockett & Jones shop, first opening its doors in 1997. The dark mahogany wood and soft lighting gives this shop a ‘Gentleman’s club’ feeling.
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Afternoon Tea at The Rose Lounge:
Indulge in the most decadent of all British traditions and enjoy a delightful Afternoon Tea. But being Sofitel St James we put a French touch on our Tea, highlighted with a delicious tray of Parisienne pastries. Discover our collection of exclusive teas in the intimate decor of The Rose Lounge with subtle colors of pink and cream, stunning displays of fragrant roses further enhanced by the gentle sound of a harp and you can end the perfect day with a sip of Champagne in the comfortable, hushed setting of The Rose Lounge.
An iconic restaurant hidden within the historic and stylish St James’s, synonymous with style and glamour. Quaglino’s, owned by D&D London, serves contemporary European food and legendary cocktails.
Rowley’s Restaurant is a St James’ institution, famed for a range of delicious steak and grill dishes upon which it has built a 36-year reputation as one of the capital’s finest steak restaurants. Having opened back in 1976, Rowley’s Restaurant has long been famed for its house specialty of mouth-watering Entrecôte Steak and the restaurant’s secret herb, Roquefort and butter sauce.
The Ritz Restaurant:
The Ritz Restaurant is a magnificent bastion of the culture of classical service and a dining room of unadulterated opulence created in reverence to haute cuisine. Established by Auguste Escoffier, one of history’s most influential chefs, The Ritz Restaurant is considered by many to be the most beautiful hotel dining room in the world, offering exquisite food for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
There are several car parks and parking meters within the Jermyn Street area. There is also some meter parking on Jermyn Street itself. Parking is permitted on single yellow lines all day on Sundays and after 6.30pm Monday to Saturday.
There are a host of bus routes that serve Jermyn Street and the surrounding area. Routes 15, 38, 159 and 453 all run along Lower Regent Street and routes 9, 14, 22 and 19 all run along Piccadilly.
The nearest tube stations to Jermyn Street are Piccadilly Circus and Green Park.