How trendy is Mayfair, London? It’s the most expensive property in the U.K. version of “Monopoly.” With designer names and high-end restaurants everywhere you look, it’s easy to see why this neighbourhood of London is one of the most stylish spots in the city.
With names like Christian Louboutin, Marc Jacobs, and William and Son highlighting the streets, it’s easy to get excited for a shopping spree in this part of town.
Shopping is the number one attraction of the area, and delightfully so. You can find new shoes, slacks, shirts, accessories, wallets, purses, and hats all in the same day. And don’t think that you’re limited to clothing. This stylish area is also home to a number of antique stores. Pick up a number of home goods finds, like custom furniture, classic artwork, and collectors books. If you’re looking for some time away from the chic avenues of Bond Street and Oxford Street, just head north 1 km to Marylebone. This area of town is home to attractions like the Planetarium and Madame Tussauds™, as well as the lush green space of Regent’s Park. Kick up your heels or shoes as you sit in the park admiring the view and resting up for another round of shopping once you return to Mayfair.
When you’re ready to unload your wares, head back to your Mayfair, London, hotel. Book right here on Expedia.ca so you can find the perfect suite in the area. You may even want to choose a spot with an in-house spa to relax those sore shopping muscles or a spot with an in-house salon to give you a new 'do to go with the new duds. With money saved on your hotel in London, there’s more to spend on the gems and treasures of this swanky neighbourhood.