All You Need To Know About St Christopher’s Place


If you’d like to treat yourself to a bit of shopping in London, but would like to avoid the crowds, it’s well worth exploring the hidden gem St Christopher’s Place.


Located just off the hustle and bustle of Oxford Street, you’ll find the quaint and unique, St Christopher’s Place. Whilst tucked away, it’s still pretty hard to miss if you know where to look – keep your eyes open for the landmark purple clock at the entrance.

St Christopher’s Place boasts a selection of boutique shops to make for a unique shopping experience, plus lots of choices to find something to eat or drink. So if you’re feeling worn out from the fast paced environment of Oxford Street, or have seen all the sights you can see, take a moment to relax and enjoy the atmosphere in this central London hideaway.

The Shops

If you would like to shop for the best in boutique gifts, art, fashion and beauty, St Christopher’s Place will have the shop for you. Choose from the eclectic range of shops, ranging from high street favourites to luxury treats. Get yourself a new outfit for a big night out in London and shop for the latest trends in shops such as, Kurt Geiger, Whistle and Mulberry.

Are your shoes worn from exploring the sights of London? Look no further, you can find the best in quality leather boots at Jones Bootmaker, and while you’re at it, why not get the handbag to match? If your choice in footwear is a little more bold, try Fly London for fashion forward shoes that’ll give you the most stylish feet in the city.

To accessorize, head to jewellers, Astrid and Miyu or Seven Stone. If you’re looking to neaten up, you can get yourself a quality haircut at Ruffians Barbers, a sophisticated barber shop with a stylish finish.

The Location

St Christopher’s Place is located in the heart of the West End, right amongst the action and conveniently placed near the sights, shopping and attractions that London has to offer. It is situated in style, between Bond Street and Selfridges ,andis only a short walk away from a selection of tube stations, including; Bond Street, Oxford Circus, Marble Arch, Baker Street and Piccadilly.