Top Shopping Destinations in London

Carnaby Street

Carnaby Street, Soho, London, W1F 7DN
During the swinging 60s, Carnaby Street was the home of British counterculture, music and fashion. With a dedication to celebrating the work of new emerging artists and cutting-edge fashion designers, this quaint shopping district is still the fashion-forward hotspot it’s always been.
Carnaby Street is formed of 13 quaint cobbled streets, over 100 shopping outlets and over 60 restaurants and bars – and it’s only 15 minutes away from Paddington Court rooms hotel!
If you’re looking for a unique shopping destination like no other, you’ve come to the right place.

Westfield
Ariel Way, Shepherd’s Bush, London, W12 7DS
Westfield is a mega-mall located in Shepherd’s Bush. Westfield is home to over 350 retail outlets, a cinema with 17 screens, and a magical ice rink during the winter months. Also, if you want to indulge in some top of the range designer brands during your next London trip, you’ll feel spoilt rotten for choice at Westfield. Why not take yourself down to The Village, a section of Westfield solely dedicated to high-end fashion with over 35 designer boutiques for you to explore. There are also countless restaurants and food courts to savour during your trip to this impressive mega-mall.

Spitalfields Market
Horner Square, London E1 6EW
Spitalfields market is home to an eclectic range of retail outlets, food stalls and a variety of arts and crafts events throughout the year. Within the walls of this 350 year old market, you’ll find a wealth of vintage boutiques and quirky stalls to satiate all your shopping desires. This building is a landmark celebrating London’s rich past, and is also one of the best shopping destinations with a difference in London.

Oxford Street
Oxford Street, London W1C 2HY
Welcome to Europe’s largest shopping destination.
Oxford Street is what most people picture when they think of ‘London shopping’, and for good reason too. Oxford Street is the core of Central London, thriving with life and vitality as commuters and visitors bustle their way through this busy district. Oxford Street has over 300 retail outlets to choose from, which include all the designer brands you can dream of – and it’s only a 15 minute tube ride away from all hotels Paddington Station London!
This shopping utopia stretches for 1.5 miles and is home to any shop you could possible need! Most shops are open from 10am to 6 or 7pm, and remember late nights are on Thursdays.

Covent Garden

London
Central London
Covent Garden is one of Central London’s must-visit shopping hotspots, offering shoppers a vast range of designer brands to indulge in, as well as prestigious restaurants, bars and cozy pubs.

Covent Garden, located in the heart of Central London, is brimming with theatres, markets, street performers and museums (such as the London Transport Museum). Make sure to visit this gorgeous part of London during your next visit to England’s capital. During your next stay in London why not take advantage of Paddington Court executive room packages and enjoy your London shopping getaway in style?

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