Five luxury shopping destinations in London

The best places to indulge in some retail therapy across the UK capital


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London is one of the most revered fashion capitals in the world – so it follows that the city is a top shopping destination. From famed department stores and iconic shopping streets to bustling markets and independent boutiques, there is something to suit every taste. 

Regent Street and Jermyn Street

Just a ten-minute taxi drive from Jumeirah Lowndes Hotel, Regent Street is one of London’s most well-known shopping boulevards. Its imposing buildings house a number of high-end flagship stores, as well as famous toy store Hamleys. Nearby, historic Jermyn Street is famed for bespoke tailoring and menswear.


One of the most exclusive shopping destinations in London, Knightsbridge is famous for its luxurious flagship stores, five-star hotels and world-class restaurants. Two of London’s most loved department stores – Harrods and Harvey Nichols – can be found here too. If you are staying at Jumeirah Carlton Tower, take advantage of our complimentary local drop-off service. If you need a ride to your favourite designer boutique in Knightsbridge, our team can drop you off in a Mini Clubman or BMW 7-series.

Covent Garden

This popular central shopping area offers a great mix of global and independent labels, as well as beauty, homeware and gift shops. Stop off for coffee and some sweet treats between shops at Petersham Nurseries or head to Teatulia, a tea shop and bookstore serving tea-infused cocktails and cakes.

Bond Street

Bond Street, located in the heart of Mayfair, is famed for its elegant shops, exclusive labels and fine jewellery stores. Stroll there from the Grosvenor House Suites by Jumeirah Living, and spend a day looking around the likes of Burberry, Ralph Lauren and Cartier. Refuel at one of Mayfair’s upmarket dining spots, such as Cecconi’s or Aubaine.

Carnaby Street

Carnaby Street is just a quick taxi ride from Jumeirah Carlton Tower. This popular, pedestrianised area features over 100 international and local labels such as Paul Smith and Barbour, as well as independent boutiques and beauty stores. Nearby, Kingly Court, a three-storey, indoor/outdoor food hall is filled with inviting restaurants and cafés.