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If there’s one thing that unites the glam pack of Chelsea and the gothic punks of Camden, it’s a love of shopping. London is a city beloved by fashionistas, whether the fashion lusted after haute couture or vintage flea market. But shopping in London goes beyond textiles – foodies can seek out the finest market produce, while technophiles will be happy browsing the gadget stores on Tottenham Court Road, and bookworms can lose themselves in among the tomes in Bloomsbury’s bookstores.

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Oxford Street is London’s iconic shopping avenue. Whether bedecked with Christmas lights or basking in a rare sunny day, this street always throngs with shoppers, arms laden with branded bags and London souvenirs. Numerous flagship stores of major high-street fashion brands are located here, along with distinguished department stores, like Selfridges, where the window displays are sheer works of art. Just beyond Selfridges, Bond Street offers the most upmarket of central London’s shopping, where in elegant, Edwardian buildings, you can peruse precious jewellery, rare antiques, and designer boutiques. For a shopping experience that’s a little more raucous, head to Camden Market. If you love vintage, you’ll be in heaven, though you’ll need elbows at the ready to fight through the crowds. More relaxed indie shopping can be enjoyed at Seven Dials near Covent Garden. These cute streets have a festive atmosphere, and are packed with independent boutiques and home-grown brands.

Hotels in London

Whatever your style and budget, there’s a shopping hotel in London to suit you. If money is no object, then why not indulge in a glamorous, luxury London hotel such as The Kensington Hotel? You’ll enjoy concierge services to help you secure the best appointments and reservations, and you can be chauffeured around the shopping districts. After the retail therapy, why not unwind in the spa, or just kick back in your lavishly-appointed suite? There numerous cheap shopping hotels in London too, allowing you to save cash to splash in the shops. Most budget London hotels offer amenities like free WiFi and tea/coffee making facilities, Welby 20 is one of your good options.

Where to stay

Soho is a great pick for a London shopping stay. You’ll be in the midst of central London’s shopping scene, with Oxford Street, Tottenham Court Road, and Covent Garden all within easy striking distance. There’s a real mix of characterful hotels here, from individual, quirky 5-star luxury, to modern apartments and a few budget options. Plentiful cheap London hotels and hostels can be found in Camden, particularly near Kings Cross, and this is the perfect place to be for exploring the markets. For the ultimate luxury, stay in Mayfair or Belgravia, where you’ll be just steps away from Bond Street.

How to get to London

If you’re arriving into one of London’s airports, then onward transport is straightforward and efficient. There are shuttle buses, as well as private transfers, but the quickest options are often the Airport Express train services. The Heathrow Express takes 15 minutes to reach central London, while the journey from Gatwick takes 30 minutes. London’s stations have excellent tube connections, making it easy to get all over the city. If you’re laden down with shopping bags, however, you may find taking a taxi a more comfortable option. Many of the major, central shopping zones are within walking distance of each other.

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