About my W1 practice and how to get here:
My Mayfair practice is situated in a beautifully appointed venue with a serviced reception.
Please note: There are a number of stairs within the building. (No lift)
- Bond Street Underground (Jubilee and Central lines) – 2 minute walk.
- Oxford Circus Underground (Victoria, Central and Bakerloo lines) – 10 minute walk.
- Green Park Underground (Jubilee, Victoria and Piccadilly lines) – 20 minute walk.
- Victoria, serving the South/South East (Victoria, District and Circle lines) – two stops away.
- Charing Cross, serving the South East (Bakerloo and Northern lines – two stops away.
- Marylebone, serving NW London to Birmingham (Bakerloo line) – three stops away.
- Paddington, serving the West and South West (Bakerloo, Circle, District and Hammersmith & City lines) – five stops away.
- Parkopedia has a number of options.
- Park-Up also has a good selection.
- Westminster Council’s guide to parking in the borough.
PLEASE NOTE: As you can imagine, parking in central London, in one of the busiest shopping/business areas in town, can be somewhat challenging and is very expensive. I would suggest you look at alternative travel options and only bring your car to the area as a last resort.
6, 7, 10, 13, 15, 23, 73, 94, 98, 137, 189 and 390.
Mayfair sits between:
- Marylebone to the North
- Green Park/St James’s to the South
- Soho to the East
- Hyde Park to the West
Hyde Park, Green Park and St James’s Park are not far away. There are a very large number of shops in the area, including designer fashion shops in New Bond Street and a number of large department stores along Oxford Street, such as John Lewis and Selfridges. Slightly further away are museums such as the National Gallery, National Portrait Gallery and the Serpentine Gallery. There are also a lot of places to eat in the area to suit all budgets.