- Retail & Artisan
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- Art Institutions
- Art After Dark: Public Art
The Ritz London
Located in the heart of London's cultural district, The Ritz London hotel boasts original, ornate Louis XVI interiors, 136 bedrooms and suites overlooking the Royal Green Park and Piccadilly. Serving afternoon tea in the spectacular Palm Court, cocktails in the Rivoli Bar, luxury hotel stays, The Ritz Casino and a cigar shop and sampling lounge.
The Weiss Gallery
An art dealer specialising in historic Tudor and Stuart paintings and a legacy in displaying royal portraits including King Charles I, James V, Henry VIII.
Turnbull & Asser
A Royal Warrant holder founded in 1885, this British shirtmaker uses artisanal techniques that have been practised for centuries. Turnbull & Asser measure up the monarchy and they fit HRH Prince Charles whenever he needs a new shirt.
In a Grade II listed building and home to 28 shops dealing in high-end fashion and vintage jewellery, the site contains Royal Warrant holders Benson & Clegg which has tailored clothing for members of the monarchy for over 80 years.
The man behind the Royal Ascot dress code, Beau Brummell was famous for his friendship with the Prince Regent and is credited with making the trousers fashionable in the 19th century.
Royal Academy of Arts
The Royal Academy of Arts is a world-renowned art institution based in Burlington House on Piccadilly, London. For over 250 years, the RA has existed to champion art and artists and offers a place where art is made, exhibited and debated. Enjoy their expanded campus with free displays, new spots to eat, drink and shop, and much more.
Fortnum & Mason
Since 1707, Fortnum & Mason has been home to extraordinary food, joy-giving things and unforgettable dining experiences. Situated on Piccadilly, it's the most luxurious department store in the world. Offering full range of luxury signature hampers and gift boxes, sweet and savoury treats, and gifts for every occasion.
The royals have been purchasing their books from Britain’s oldest bookshop since 1797, and Queen Charlotte, wife of King George III was one of its first visitors. Pick up some detective fiction, a genre rumoured to be Queen Elizabeth II’s favourite. Hatchards hold three Royal Warrants.
The original John Lobb earned his first Royal Warrant by producing a pair of riding boots for the Prince of Wales in 1863. With this approval, Lobb opened his first store in London at 296 Regent Street, three years after being awarded a warrant.
In 2018, Edward Bodenham, Perfumery Director and 9th generation family member of Floris became a proud member of the British Society of Perfumers, founded over 50 years ago, by perfumers, to help gain recognition and status in the fragrance industry.
Paxton & Whitfield
Britain's leading cheesemonger, sourcing and maturing exceptional cheeses for over 200 years. The Jermyn Street based cheesemongers hold Royal Warrants of Appointment to Her Majesty The Queen, and HRH The Prince of Wales.
Sofitel London St James
A Grade II listed building, the five-star hotel, Sofitel London St James lies in the heart of the prestigious district of St James’s. Combining traditional British design and contemporary French elegance, the hotel boasts 183 bedrooms, and an all-day café restaurant, Wild Honey St James; an elegant Rose Lounge, ideal for afternoon tea, and the chic St James Bar complete the experience along with an award-winning spa. With 12 versatile function rooms, the luxury hotel is equally perfect for leisure and business guests.
Her Majesty's Theatre
The land is owned by the Crown’s Estate and the Grade II listed building’s name changes with the gender of each monarch. Add a dramatic flair to your tour with a theatre show in the namesake of Her Majesty The Queen.