Laduree is known for its macarons. They're really the ones who put macarons on the foodie obsession map. The Burlington Arcade location is good for a quick stop before jewelry shopping or hitting the Royal Academy, and is a much better bet than the Costas, Prets and Neros along Piccadilly for a takeaway coffee.
Things to do near Laduree at Burlington Arcade
- 10.24 mi0.24 mi from Laduree at Burlington Arcade237 reviews
Thumping with energy and color, Piccadilly Circus is a lovely burst of life in a city teeming with history. Spend some time, take some photos, and avoid the heavy crowds as best you can!Popular withLocalDesignHistory
- 20.05 mi0.05 mi from Laduree at Burlington Arcade37 reviews
Posh department store in Piccadilly Central London with some good eateries and lots of overpriced merchandise. It's a convenient place to go for lunch and has a branch store in St Pancras station if you need that sort of thing.Popular withLuxuryFoodiesLocal
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- 40.06 mi0.06 mi from Laduree at Burlington Arcade13 reviews
Beautiful space. Went to see the Degas exhibition which was fantastic. Expect to spend a good couple of hours if you want to thoroughly look through an exhibition. Inexpensive if you're under 18 or if you're eligible for a discount.Popular withLocalDesignBackpackers
- 50.25 mi0.25 mi from Laduree at Burlington Arcade4 reviews
It takes a committed boozer to set up a decent bar, so by that logic, Mark’s bar was always going to be a classic. It’s underneath the (decent) restaurant in soho, and whilst they're very friendly they do run a fairly tough door when its busy. If you’re having dinner, know the crew, or hanging with some hotties then you’ll ...Popular withLuxuryFoodiesTrendsters
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- 100.12 mi0.12 mi from Laduree at Burlington Arcade5 reviews
Swanky. There was a company party here with flowing champagne and hired dancers for entertainment. I see PYTs lining up to get in on the weekends. Dress well if you want in.Popular withTrendstersLuxuryNightlife
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- 120.22 mi0.22 mi from Laduree at Burlington Arcade5 reviews
I visited louis vuitton new bond street london hoping to look at a bag I liked and have a pleasant experience. But it was by far the most annoying and disappointing experience I've had at any store. After browsing I asked a lady staff to show me a bag which I pointed out. Instead of servicing me, she whisked me ...
- 130.16 mi0.16 mi from Laduree at Burlington Arcade3 reviews
Nice for a good wander. But I much prefer buying any reading material from the plethora of used bookstores. The best thing about this Waterstones, is the view from the 5th Floor. Stop in for an over priced tea if you fancy. But, not really worth it.
- 140.11 mi0.11 mi from Laduree at Burlington Arcade2 reviews
A big London art gallery, it's literally a big Cube. I felt very art-y visiting it, and the work we saw was interesting: thousands of tiny photographs of the same mountain landscape in different weather and light, almost like latter day Monet haystacks. Unless you are a visual artist or very into the scene, maybe it's not worth a special ...Popular withLocalDesign
- 150.1 mi0.1 mi from Laduree at Burlington Arcade4 reviews
I'm not much for clubs or bars, but I did really like Mahiki when I went with a group of friends. They have a really great selection of interesting cocktails that were really delicious and often times very fun to drink (one comes in a pirate leg which my mates rather enjoyed). It's a bit on the pricy side, as ...Popular withAdventure
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- 170.0 mi0.0 mi from Laduree at Burlington Arcade1 review
For a unique concentration of luxury shopping and historic charm, Burlington Arcade is a must. This passage unites Piccadilly and Bond Street, and glitters with diamonds in handcrafted and vintage settings, contrasted with the scent of Penhaligon's perfume and colors of Laduree macarons.Popular withLuxuryBusinessDesign
- 180.12 mi0.12 mi from Laduree at Burlington Arcade1 review
The epicenter of cutting-edge designer fashion in London, Dover Street Market was created by Rei Kawakubo of the Comme des Garcons empire. The "Market" is actually a five-floor department store with beautiful temporary installations and small, well-curated rails for each designer. The most interesting pieces are the ones by Japanese designers little known in Europe such as Sacai. Also one ...
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