If you want to experience how people having breakfast in 1920, you couldn't get closer than visiting The Wolseley. Located on the stretch of Piccadilly street, just next to the famous Ritz Hotel, it's always full with people who want to sample the delights this place has in store. Wolseley's interior is quite interesting, it features high ceiling with arches. ...
Things to do near The Wolseley for Luxury Travelers
- 10.13 mi0.13 mi from The Wolseley37 reviews
Fortnum's is amazing! From the window displays outside we are drawn into the store.. once in the store it is luxury and quality all the day. Colours and smells are spellbinding. I walk past the store most days and marvel at the displays. Sometimes stopping in to meet a friend for a cup of tea.Popular withLuxuryFoodiesLocal
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- 30.09 mi0.09 mi from The Wolseley9 reviews
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.Popular withFoodiesLuxuryBusiness
- 40.21 mi0.21 mi from The Wolseley5 reviews
Two floors club in Regent Street. Reservation/list strictly needed. The club is not very big and gets easily crowded during the weekend. Very nice atmosphere and music: disco/pop on the top floor, house downstairs. Tables are pretty small and with no seats, you can easily find yourself in the middle of someone else's table...Popular withTrendstersLuxuryNightlife
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- 80.24 mi0.24 mi from The Wolseley5 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 ...
- 90.25 mi0.25 mi from The Wolseley3 reviews
Waterstones may be a chain book store - but this is the one to visit. The setting is the former department store Simpson's of Piccadilly, reputedly the inspiration for the fictional Grace Brothers in vintage BBC comedy 'Are You Being Served'. Over 150,000 titles arranged on eight and a half miles of shelving, over five floors.
- 100.24 mi0.24 mi from The Wolseley2 reviews
This may not be the cheapest place to go to for a men's haircut or shave, but then it's not every day you get to sit back in the fine surroundings of a mahogany wood panelled shop being made presentable by barbers in smart uniforms. Plays heavily on the nostalgia card but boy is a shave here a good tonic ...Popular withWellness
- 110.15 mi0.15 mi from The Wolseley2 reviews
The gallery's third and largest space in London and now the venue for most of its headline exhibitions from its roster of better-known artists. Housed in a converted 1970s warehouse and with 58,000 square feet akin in scale to a museum rather than a gallery.Popular withLocalDesign
- 120.01 mi0.01 mi from The Wolseley4 reviews
Mahiki became famous/infamous as a watering hole for the young royals (Prince William and Prince Harry) and their entourages. It is a strange place - styled as a tiki bar, with super sweet, super strong, exotic cocktails at 20 pounds a pop.Popular withAdventure
- 130.09 mi0.09 mi from The Wolseley1 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
- 140.21 mi0.21 mi from The Wolseley2 reviews
Great cocktails served in random cups (like in the photo), very hidden entrance and a nice theme. Good for after work cocktails or tea time when they have special events. Definitely get the cocktail with absinthe or chilli peppers. Not cheap!Popular withLuxuryTrendstersFoodies
- 150.19 mi0.19 mi from The Wolseley1 review
One of London's leading literary institutions and the world's largest independent lending library, founded in 1841. The present building has occupied the north west corner of St James's Square since 1845. The collections range from the 16th Century to the present day and there's a terrific selection of periodicals too. Membership costs £445 / yr for which you may take ...
- 160.21 mi0.21 mi from The Wolseley1 review
The world is in the midst of the worst ever financial crisis and the infamous jeweller to the Russian Imperial Court re-opens a London showroom some 96 years after it closed its last one; the only other overseas branch it has is in Geneva. Be prepared for eye-watering prices, starting from USD 99,000 for a pair of earrings. Or just ...Popular withLuxury
- 170.24 mi0.24 mi from The Wolseley1 review
Founded in 1849 and occupying premises in Savile Row since 1919. One of the most distinctive house styles of all of the traditional Savile Row tailors: sharper shoulders and longer cut of the jacket. Peter Sellers, Dirk Bogarde, Winston Churchill, Lord Mountbatten and Humphrey Bogart are among the historic stars on the firm’s client list. A two-piece suit starts at ...
- 180.18 mi0.18 mi from The Wolseley1 review
Established in 1906 and over the years Fred Astaire, Gary Cooper, Cole Porter, Noel Coward, Marlene Dietrich, Laurence Olivier, Francis Bacon, Duke Ellington and Rudolph Valentino have been among the firm’s better known clients. The late Alexander McQueen learned his trade here and the cutting room has also attracted visits by Ralph Lauren and Tom Ford. If you want to ...Popular withLuxuryHistory
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- 200.23 mi0.23 mi from The Wolseley1 review
I went to Ye Grapes with a group of international colleagues. Good selection of drinks, and a good gin and tonic. I'd certainly go back if I had a group of people, as there was plenty of space. Additionally, it had a nice decor which made it good for a work event.Popular withBusiness