About the Area
Grosvenor Street is an important roadway in Central London, and is part of the fashionable and exclusive Mayfair District. This district is known for its high rental prices, five-star hotels, upscale shops, and fine dining restaurants. While historically this neighbourhood was mainly residential, many of the buildings in this district have been now been converted into high-end commercial spaces. These buildings are home to luxury real estate businesses, financial sector businesses, major corporations, and other businesses. Grosvenor Street runs from Maddox Street in the east to Park lane in the west, where it connects with Hyde Park. To the north is Oxford Street, London's shopping Mecca. South of Grosvenor Street are many of the commercial buildings that make up the Mayfair district.
Places Of Interest
Along Grosvenor Street, you will find a number of business addresses, as well as a few buildings of significant political importance. Midway along Grosvenor Street, on Grosvenor Square, you will find MacDonald house, which is part of the Canadian High Commission in London. This building is the home of the Canadian High Commissioner, and serves as half of Canada's diplomatic mission to the UK, with the other half located on Trafalgar Square at Canada House. Also along Grosvenor Street is the Indonesian Embassy. And, just around the corner from there, on Grosvenor Square, you will also find the American Embassy, which occupies the western end of Grosvenor Square. In terms of fine dining, there are several well-reviewed restaurants on Grosvenor Street, including Corrigan's Mayfair (European cuisine) close to Hyde Park, as well as 34 (a steakhouse) and Shogun (Japanese cuisine) near Grosvenor Square. Grosvenor Street is also an important shopping location, as there are several boutique stores in the area. Along Grosvenor Street, you will also find the Millennium Hotel London Mayfair, a four-star establishment that overlooks Grosvenor Square. Nearby Grosvenor Street, there are also a number of five-star hotels, including the Connaught Hotel on Carlos Place and Claridge's on Brook Street. There are a few major banks on Grosvenor Street, and several other major banking institutions are scattered throughout the Mayfair district.
Grosvenor Street is accessible from the London Underground via the Oxford Circus and Bond Street Tube stations. Bond Street station is part of the Central and Jubilee lines, and Oxford Circus in on the Bakerloo, Central, and Victoria lines. From Oxford Circus, head south on Regent Street, then take Maddox Street heading west. Maddox Street will then bear right as it turns into Grosvenor Street. From the Bond Street station, head south on Davies Street and you will run straight into Grosvenor. By car, Grosvenor street is accessible via Park Lane to the west, Oxford Street to the north, and Regent Street to the east. Typically, there should be street parking stalls along Grosvenor Street available, and there are also two car parks in the area: one on Adam's Row and one on Grosvenor Hill. A great variety of bus lines also run near Bond Street Tube station.