St Christopher's Place is one of the most inviting specialist shopping areas in the West End. The area offers a unique blend of top-notch boutique style shopping and is an enjoyable place to visit all year.
Set in a unique continental-style environment, immediately north of Oxford Street and east of Selfridges's, opposite Bond Street tube. St.Christopher's Place is right in the heart of London's West End shopping district.
Experience the relaxed atmosphere whilst browsing through the diverse range of shops and check out what's on offer.
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Venue Details & Map
St Christopher's Place - Retail
23 Barrett Street LondonLondonW1U 1BF
- +44 20 7493 3294
The best place to come after work to meet your friends. There are many options to choose from; bars, restaurants, cafes or free benches to sit on :)
It is especially better to come here when there is sunlight and it is warm so that you can sit outside.more
Cool place to come do some shopping and have a bit to eat or a nice relaxing drink. I love this part of London, hidden away off Oxford Street I didn't know it existed until I worked in this area and came across it by accident. I looks like you are just heading down a narrow alley.
Nice courtyard with lots of small shops and restaurants, some with seating outside. This is definitely a place...more
Since shortly after I first came to London, I have loved wandering through St. Christopher's Place. Recently, a lot of the old stalwarts of the spot have left (or been pushed on?) in favor of more chain store/restaurant offerings, but it still has a unique quirkiness and special pseudo-hidden location that makes it special. It's especially pretty at Christmastime!more
Little hole in the wall off Oxford Street will lead you into a secret tucked away place filled with little shops and alfresco dinning. Explore this area to get away from the average tourists.more
I agree with those that called this a hidden spot, although it is not so much anymore, but you still feel like you are transported somewhere away from Oxford St, although it is just off it. Hidden or not, it is still a gem.The nicest path to get to it is through the narrow alley almost in front of Bond St tube station. It adds romanticism to it :)
I personally don't really like shopping in...more