If you love novelist P.G. Wodehouse’s descriptions of 1920s and ’30s London, you’ll find it alive in the arcade between Piccadilly and Bond Street. It’s the quintessence of Englishness, glitzy and luxurious, and it features in Wodehouse’s Jeeves novels. One character goes there to buy socks as a potential cure for a broken heart. Though this arcade, with its perfume shops, jewellers, and designer clothing stores is an elegant place to wander, be warned: Prices are extortionate!
Beautiful Regency shopping arcade with tiny little luxury shops, just look 12 bus to Piccadilly
Historic shopping arcade, get your shoes polished for a few pounds or enjoy fresh Parisien macaroons from Laduree.
The famous pedestrian arcade by the Royal Academy of Arts, with its own "police", linking Bond Street with Piccadilly. Pick up some delicious macarons at La Durée!
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“A good selection of high end stores - Browns, Bimba y Lola, Space NK, Maje, The Kooples, Gerard Darel, Hanro. ”
“Gordon Ramsay's swish hotel restaurant for steak, sushi and modern grill fare with Asian influences.”
“Largest poker room in Europe. Daily tourneys at 7.45pm. Cash tables start at £40 buy-in & £1-£1 blinds. Classic casino tables on lower floor. Open 24/24h. Restaurant & bar inside. Take your passport.”
“The most famous French macarons in the whole universe... to die for! Make sure you taste some after your stroll inside the Burlington Arcade.”