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posted: 10/1/2021 at 3:22:59 PM ET
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If you’ve ever played a game of Monopoly you’ll already have a keen idea of exactly how prestigious and exclusive the district of Mayfair is. Located in the West End of London, it is the most expensive property in the board game, and this is a reflection of the affluence and luxury of the Mayfair district in real life. Upmarket shops and restaurants line the streets of Mayfair, and it’s no coincidence that this part of London is home to more 5 star hotels than anywhere else.

A quick idea of just how much Mayfair has to offer to visitors can be gleaned simply by listening the streets, areas and landmarks which surround it. Hyde Park, Oxford Street and Pall Mall rub shoulders with Green park and Regents Street, meaning that a stay in Mayfair puts you within easy reach of every kind of attraction that London has to offer.

Although there are no tube stations which officially sit within the accepted boundaries of Mayfair itself, those just around the edges of Mayfair include Marble Arch, Oxford Circus, Bond Street and Piccadilly Circus. Using these tube stations it is possible to travel on the Piccadilly, Bakerloo, Central, Victoria and Bakerloo lines, accessing all parts of London, including transport hubs leading to the rest of the UK and beyond.

Within Mayfair itself, however, there is a wealth of things to see and do. Although the designer boutiques of Bond Street might be beyond most people’s budgets, Mayfair is also home to a selection of fascinating independent shops which are worth exploring whether you intend making a purchase or not. These include Fortnum and Mason, one of the most famous and prestigious food retailers in the world. If you’re visiting in the summer months and want to treat yourself to a picnic that’s a cut above the average then look no further than indulging in a world famous Fortnum and Masons hamper.

Other famous retail outlets in Mayfair include Selfridges, Liberty of London and the Dover Street Market, a hipster fashion outlet located over five stylish floors on Haymarket. If culture of the most cutting edge variety is what appeals to you then a visit to the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) is a must-do. As well as three galleries showcasing the best in modern art, you’ll find a theatre, two cinemas, a restaurant, bookshop and café. Entry to most of the exhibits is free and the works on show are changed every six weeks or so.

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