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Book up your London accommodation and make the most of a serviced apartment for a memorable London shopping trip. Whether you’re here for the weekend or longer, we’ve got the best corners of London for shopaholics to explore.

1. Covent Garden

Ask anyone where to head for shopping in London and, along with Oxford Street and Regent Street, you’ll be told Covent Garden. Going to Covent Garden isn’t your average shopping trip. Between eclectic stores, you’ll be delighted with street entertainment and a myriad of eateries.

 

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Covent Garden is great for some unique offerings. Once the floral heart of the capital, you’ll still see this in Floral Street and Neal’s Yard. Shops worth visiting include Deciem (beauty), The Alkemistry (jewellery) and Mariage Frères (tea).

2. King’s Road

For upmarket shopping, then make sure you visit Chelsea’s King’s Road. Locals enjoy Peter Jones, part of John Lewis, a national department store chain. For something a little more out of the ordinary, make sure you visit Duke of York Square. Here you’ll find over 30 different retailers covering mainly fashion and lifestyle.

3. Oxford Street

As a shopper, you can’t visit London without visiting Oxford Street. Here you’ll find all the big name shopping brands, from Selfridges to Primark, and Topshop to the Disney Store.

4. Regent Street

The same goes for Regent Street; a shopping trip to London wouldn’t be complete without a visit to nearby Regent Street too. Here you’ll find the iconic toy store Hamleys, as well as the divinely English Liberty, as well as the enormous Apple Store.

 

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5. Westfield

Westfield, Shepherds Bush, is a gigantic shopping mall. Whatever you are looking for, you’ll find it here. Open most days until 10 pm, at Westfield you really can ‘shop till you drop’. You’ll find over 250 stores, as well as everything from a cinema to restaurants, bowling and more. As well as high street names, like M&S and House of Fraser, you’ll also find luxury brands such as Jimmy Choo and Louis Vuitton.

6. Carnaby Street

If you want to steer clear of the norm, then Carnaby Street stands out from the crowd. You will find plenty of brand names here, but you’ll also find some more intriguing options as well as plenty of independent boutiques. Don’t be misled by the name, technically thirteen different streets combine to make up ‘Carnaby’.

7. Knightsbridge and Belgravia

Of course home to Harrods, Knightsbridge and Belgravia are well-known for shopping in London. However, Harrods isn’t the only high end option here. Also here, you’ll find brands such as Dolce & Gabbana and Valentino, as well as another department store, Harvey Nichols. Plenty of high street favourites, such as Lacoste and Topshop, are also dotted throughout.

8. St James’s

St James’s is another central London location famed for its high-end fashion experiences. You’ll also find the iconic Fortnum & Mason store here. Burlington Arcade is here and is worthy of a side detour. You can also lose yourself in the shelves of books at Waterstones in Piccadilly.

 

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9. Bond Street

There’s a reason Bond Street and Mayfair take prime spots on the British Monopoly board – this is the place to come for luxury. So, whether it’s window shopping or the real thing, Bond Street is the place to go.

10. Camden

Home to the popular Camden Lock Market, Camden is the London shopping spot for those looking for things a little more quirky or individual. With an eclectic mix of stores from vintage clothing and homewares to jewellery and eco-friendly options, you can get lost shopping for many happy hours in Camden.

As you can see, there are a huge number of places in London to shop. It’s impossible to do it all in one day. Instead, book a shopping trip to London for a weekend, or week, and make the most of being in a global shopping destination. Choose a London serviced apartment for plenty of room to set out and store your purchases, making it easier to pack them up for taking home!