St. James’s and Piccadilly has the finest of everything one might require: with genteel streets dedicated to British shirting and fine boots, original masterpieces to modern art, world famous restaurants to the grocers to the Queen and rich architectural heritage.
Defined by luxury and quality and characterised by the beautiful shop fronts of Jermyn Street and Sir Christopher Wren’s church on Piccadilly, visitors to the area will find it rich in heritage as well as unique for shopping and dining.
Visit Jermyn Street, synonymous with British style, luxury and service for over 300 years where you will find the gloriously seductive cheese shop Paxton & Whitfield amongst other Royal Warrant holders.
Explore three elegant and grand old shopping arcades; Princes, Burlington and Piccadilly which are defined by their commitment to quality and luxury before you discover the iconic store; Fortnum & Mason.
Marvel at The Ritz London or revel in 5 star luxury at The Cavendish or Sofitel St.James’s and make the most of your visit. Take in the art galleries or discover the history of BAFTA where the prestigious ceremony originated.
St. James’s is one of London’s most historic and fashionable districts so come and see it for yourself now.
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