K+K Hotel George in London Kensington
Westfield London is the capital’s ultimate luxury shopping and leisure destination: the perfect place to shop, eat and meet. This architecturally stunning undercover environment is a showcase for four anchor stores, plus over 300 other luxury and high-street retailers. And don’t miss The Village, an exclusive shopping enclave that is home to over 40 sought-after brands such as Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Mulberry, Prada, Jimmy Choo, Tiffany & Co., De Beers and many more.
Just 3km from K+K Hotel George. Direct C1 bus service from Warwick Road.
High Street Kensington and Kensington Church Street
A short, 10 minute walk will take you to High Street shopping heaven. All major brands have stores, but if clothes shopping is not your cup of tea, then walk further up to Kensington Church Street for its antique shops.
A nice stroll of approximately 30 minutes takes you to the famous King’s Road, a worthwhile trip and visit for all fashionistas.
Peter Jones Department Store
At the Sloane Square end of King’s Road, a bus ride away or only 4 stops by underground. Peter Jones department store is as much an English institution as afternoon tea.
Portobello Road Market and Golborne Road Market
Portobello Road has been a market since the 1800s but became particularly famous for its antiques in the 1950s. Now there are numerous stalls offering everything from fruit and bread to posters, clothes, ceramics and music. Easily accessible from Notting Hill Gate, Ladbroke Grove and Westbourne Park tube station and by bus routes servicing Ladbroke Grove and Notting Hill Gate. Main market days are Friday and Saturday with a smaller market running Monday to Thursday. An exciting day out for all the family. Travel time: approx 25-30 minutes.
Set in Regents Canal, Camden Lock is one of London's top visitor attractions. It's unique shopping experience and cosmopolitan atmosphere makes it one of the most renowned and busiest markets in the Capital. Open seven days a week (10.00am - 6.00pm, 364 days of the year, closed Christmas Day). Camden Lock offers an individual and extensive range of high quality goods from arts, crafts and clothes to accessories, food and furnishings. In fact, just about everything and anything you could conceivably want can be found amongst the craft workshops, stalls, shops, cafes restaurants and bars at Camden Lock Market. Travel time approx 40 minutes.
The award-winning Borough Market is one of the largest food markets in the city, spreading under the railway arches at London Bridge. It's a gourmet's paradise, offering top quality produce and artisan foods from all over Britain and the continent. Open: Fri 12noon-6pm and Sat 9am-4pm. Travel time approx 30 minutes.
Old Spitalfields Market
Old Spitalfields Market is one of the finest surviving Victorian Market Halls in London (built 1876). It provides a fashion, antiques and food offering vividly coloured, and with distinct and quirky creations of up-and-coming designers to bohemian, vintage and African designs. Niche shops, Sniff and boutiques Fairygothmother offer everything from hand-crafted wooden toys to todays must have design item.
New restaurants Las Iguanas and La Tasca compete with the international food court as well as fresh food market stalls providing a gastronomic paradise for discerning food lovers and families alike offering high quality and affordable foods including deli-style dishes, fresh produce, artisan breads and plenty of organic and fair trade products. Shops open daily - hours varying but generally 11.00 - 19.00. Tube: Liverpool Street. Travel time approx 35 minutes.
Columbia Road Market
London's principal flower market selling plants, flowers, garden fittings and equipment.
Opening Times: Sun 8am - 1 pm
Tube: Old Street. Travel time approx 35 minutes.
Covent Garden Market
Covent Garden Market has 49 different shops, restaurants and pubs in the complex.
Tube: Covent Garden. Travel time approx 25 minutes.