Geo F Trumper is a traditional gentlemen's hairdresser that offers a grooming service including traditional wet shaving and beard trimming. They also have a perfumery on-site, selling a range of toiletries and fragrances for men as well as offer manicures, pedicures and facials.
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Geo F Trumper
1 Duke StreetLondonSW1Y 6JP
- +44 20 7734 6553
I've been here a few times - it's the sort of place that you go when someone else is paying unless you have serious funds. The quality of what you pay for, though, is very high. The dry cuts are extremely well done and I've never had any complaints out of all the times I've been there.
Most of the customers are old-timers that haven't been to another barber in years, and that speaks volumes...more
Used this place for many years but never again. One cannot fathom why it is more important to answer the telephone than sort out the problems of a regular customer in front of you. When one receptionist answers the phone whilst talking to you about resolving an appointment problem (double booking) its a pain but when the second does the exact thing in mid flow its time to move on to new...more
This is a review for the place on Curzon street.
After a rushed 15min cut-throat shave during which two hot towels were used (no preshave oil, no cold towel, no advice on anything) I was led to the counter for the £38 bill. While I was paying, I caught a glimpse of myself on a mirror and there was a big blob of blood running down my throat. They didn't even bother to take care of it. They...more
The one stop shop for everything a gentleman will ever need to apply to his skin [medicines aside]. It's pricy, though. If, like me, you have one of those girlfriends/wives/lovers who likes to spend fortunes on fundamentally pointless cosmetics, having an expensive shop of your own can help you get even.
Particularly recommend the shaving soap, stick deodorant and colognes - all are...more
Located on Jermyn Street in the heart of Piccadilly, Geo F Trumper's looks like a filmset from a hundred years ago. Selling gentleman's grooming products upstairs and doing haircuts and shaves downstairs, I half expected Disraeli or Gladstone to walk through the door after me.
Skipping the 4-6 week queue for a cut-throat shave by going on a weekday rather than a Saturday, I was led...more