A visitor’s guide to London’s West One shopping centre

Address: 75 Davies Street, Mayfair, London W1K 5JN

London’s West One shopping centre could be the perfect place to visit for anyone with the need to scratch their retail itch during a trip to the English capital.

Situated in one of the most up-market areas of the city, in the heart of bustling Mayfair, West One prides itself on providing a range of designer and high street stores that are sure to meet the needs of avid shoppers.

Everything from fashion to fragrances can be purchased at the centre, with many exclusive offers available for anyone hoping to buy the latest luxury goods at discount prices.

With places to eat, relax and unwind, it is also a fantastic destination for all those that are aiming to relax after a long day of pounding the pavement and checking out the many great attractions that London is so renowned for.

Opening hours for West One

West One is open to visitors seven days per week during the following hours:

  • Mondays to Fridays (7 am to 10 pm)
  • Saturdays (8 am to 10 pm)
  • Sundays (10 am to 10 pm)
  • Bank holidays (11 am to 7 pm)

Retail options for West One guests

Visitors to West One are well catered for in terms of the breadth of retailers on offer at the shopping centre, with something for all the family to get excited about. These are just some of the popular retailers on offer at the centre:

  • Boots
  • Cards Galore
  • Excel Beauty
  • Fresh Collection
  • GNC
  • Holland & Barrett
  • ICE – International Currency Exchange
  • M&S Simply Food
  • Signature Blow
  • Smartlook Beauty
  • Supercuts
  • Superdrug
  • Sweet Express
  • The Toy Store
  • VIP Electronic Cigarette
  • Watch Surgery
  • Xssess Accessories

In addition, visitors can grab a bite to eat and enjoy some time to relax and unwind at one of West One’s many eateries and cafes, including McDonald’s, Pret a Manger, Simit Sarayi, Starbucks, Wasabi and more.

Cinema options for visitors

Meanwhile, it is not just the exemplary shopping that draws crowds to this busy part of the English capital time and again, as there are several top-mark cinema offerings in the area as well.

Regent Street Cinema: With screenings for lovers of the classic era of the silver screen, Regent Street Cinema is one of the oldest playhouses in London and offers an array of themed events for cinema lovers throughout the year.

Curzon Mayfair: A two-screen arthouse cinema for film-lovers keen to view the latest in independent and world cinema. Curzon Mayfair also offers on-site high-end dining for guests and a well-stocked bar for after-screening drinks.

Everyman Baker Street: A relaxed cinema venue with multiple screens, a cafe, cocktail bar and lounge, visitors to Everyman Baker Street can enjoy all the best mainstream films during their visit.

Odeon Edgware Road: A mainstay of UK and world cinema houses, Odeon is a trusted name in the world of movie entertainment and visitors know what they will be getting when they head inside. With large screens, refreshments and the biggest Hollywood blockbusters, Odeon Edgware Road offers an archetypal cinema experience for guests.

Where to park when visiting West One

Anyone heading into central London by car will quickly realise that traffic can be an issue, especially during the morning and evening rush hours. It is therefore important for drivers to plan ahead when choosing where to visit; so with this in mind, here are some of the closest parking options for visitors to West One:

  • NCP Car Park London Portman Square (0.5 miles, ten minutes’ travel time on foot)
  • Cavendish Square car Park (0.4 miles, seven minutes)
  • NCP Car Park London Grosvenor Hill (0.3 miles, five minutes)
  • Audley Square car Park (0.6 miles, 12 minutes)
  • Arlington House Car Park (0.7 miles, 14 minutes)
  • Carrington Street Car Park (0.7 miles, 13 minutes)
  • Old Park Lane NCP Car Park (0.8 miles, 16 minutes)
  • The Mayfair Car Park (0.8 miles, 16 minutes)
  • Q-Park Park Lane (0.6 miles, 13 minutes)

Underground links to West One

For all those hoping to avoid the stresses of driving and parking when planning a trip to West One, there is always the famous London Underground network that provides swift and easy access to all areas of the English capital.

Moreover, the district of Mayfair – the home of West One – is no exception to this and offers a number of nearby Tube stations that visitors can make use of during their stay, including:

  • Bond Street (Central and Jubilee lines)
  • Marble Arch (Central line)
  • Oxford Circus (Bakerloo, Central and Victoria lines)
  • Green Park (Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria lines)
  • Piccadilly Circus (Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines)
  • Hyde Park Corner (Piccadilly line)

Other nearby attractions

And for all those keen to go the extra mile and see some of the fantastic sights and attractions of the area during their stay, here are just some of the outstanding local attractions that visitors young and old will not want to miss:

  • Madame Tussauds London (0.8 miles, five minutes’ travel time by public transport)
  • The Sherlock Holmes Museum (0.9 miles, four minutes)
  • Buckingham Palace (one mile, nine minutes)
  • Kensington Gardens (1.2 miles, seven minutes)
  • The National Gallery (1.2 miles, eight minutes)
  • Ripley’s Believe It or Not! London (0.8 miles, three minutes)
  • Trafalgar Square (1.2 miles, nine minutes)
  • National Portrait Gallery (1.1 miles, 12 minutes)
  • The British Museum (1.1 miles, 15 minutes)
  • Kensington Palace (1.8 miles, 11 minutes)
  • Victoria and Albert Museum (1.9 miles, 17 minutes)
  • The Guards Museum (1.2 miles, 14 minutes)
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