Selfridges is a cutting-edge must-see stop. The department store is vast, and you can get anything you’d ever need, from a sandwich to a diamond ring. It’s brilliantly well laid out so you can easily find high street brands like Topshop or high-end brands like Dior. Super-easy to navigate, making it a pleasure to browse. If shopping makes you hungry and thirsty, take the express lift from the perfumery section all the way to the roof to the Forest Restaurant and Bar. Booking recommended! The food and cocktails are good, and lots of people don’t even know it’s there.
A high-end department store in the United Kingdom, operated by Selfridges Retail Limited. It was founded by Harry Gordon Selfridge in 1908. The flagship store on London's Oxford Street is the second largest shop in the UK and opened 15 March 1909. Gucci, Chanel, Prada, LV. Coffee shops and…
A must see if looking for one of London's iconic department stores. Oxford Street is easily accessed via the Central (Red) line, which you can get from either Queensway or Notting Hill Gate Tube stations. For Selfridges, you are best getting off at Bond Street Tube station. If you fancy spending the…
A large department store in Oxford Circus. It has everything view their Christmas window theme
One of Londons oldest department stores. Forget fashion-faux-pas and treat yourself to the latest trends storming the streets of London. Be the envy of your friends and onlookers as you charm them with your new look.
“Elaborate shopping emporium with glittering Egyptian Room and acclaimed Food Hall.”
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“I like this street to walk down, it is mainly shopping. It has nice restaurants around the area. ”
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400 Oxford St
England, W1A 1AB
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