Elizabeth Street, Belgravia

Built in the 1860’s in the heart of the Grosvenor Belgravia estate, Elizabeth Street and the surrounding area continues, 150 years later, to provide a memorable retail experience for the visitor and a sophisticated meeting place for its – often famous – local residents.

Despite being located in the middle of vibrant central London, the Elizabeth Street retains its village ambiance, enhanced by the wide, tree-planted pavements. This special atmosphere encourages the street life of the cosmopolitan community and makes visitors from around the world feel instantly at home.

The elegant Victorian street with its beautiful shop fronts houses a wide variety of specialist independent retailers. Whether it’s the Philip Treacy Hat shop, De Vroomen Jewellers or fashion designers Jenny Packham and Allegra Hicks, the boutiques of Elizabeth Street in Belgravia are some of the finest in London.

To complete the charm of shopping in this original environment, there is a splendid variety of enticing restaurants and bars (Oliveto, Thomas Cubitt Pub) and cafes (Tomtom Coffee House, Baker and Spice, Peggy Porschen).

Elizabeth Street, London (Source: Stone Federation GB)
Elizabeth Street, London (Source: Stone Federation GB)

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