Regent Street is the best shopping and lifestyle destination in the West End. Added attractions include listed architecture, interiors, art galleries, hotels and spas. There are over 100 global brands including Liberty, Apple, Hamleys and Anthropologie.
Before you come to Regent Street download the Regent Street Shopping and Walking Tour apps or visit regentstreetonline.com to plan your trip. A transformation has taken place in Regent Street and you'll be impressed by the new shops, food quarters and hotels.
Recent openings include the world’s largest Burberry store set in a listed interior, once a cinema. Two new restaurants Brasserie Zedel and MASH are set in Art Deco interiors, noted as some of the most prominent Art Deco interiors in Europe. The Café Royal, once a banqueting venue and restaurant frequented by Oscar Wilde, has recently re-launched as a contemporary, luxury hotel but still retains the famous Grill Room with original interiors.
Regent Street now has its own Gift Card accepted in over 130 shops, restaurants and bars. To complement this, there is also a ‘hands-free shopping’ service so you can have your bags delivered home or to your hotel.
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10:00 - 19:00 Monday - Saturday
Thursday nights late night shopping until 20:00 and some stores even later
12:00 - 18:00 Sundays
Regent Street has normal trading hours on Bank Holidays but is closed on Christmas Day and Easter Sunday
Regent Street, London, W1B 5TD
Regent Street on the Visit London Blog
- London Shopping News: The World on Regent Street, Clerkenwell Vintage Fashion Fair, Boxpark and E17 Designers Market
- What’s On This Weekend: 10-12 May 2013
- London Shopping News: H&M Oxford Street, Regent Street, Phase Eight, BuyMyWardrobe
- Valentine’s Day Shopping News: Boxpark, Carnaby Street, Penhaligon’s and the William Morris Gallery
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