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The Ultimate London Exclusive Experience

October 17, 2013 Destination Global No Comments Email Email

London Luxury Quarter, which encompasses 42 famous streets, arcades and lanes in the heart of London’s prestigious districts of Mayfair, Piccadilly and St James’s, has worked closely with some of the most celebrated names in retail, hospitality, arts and culture to create a series of truly exclusive experiences for ultra high networth guests.
The experiences offer an unprecedented opportunity to open doors that are normally closed and discover some of LLQ’s  most closely guarded secrets. Private tours and personalised services are now available for the first time from Cartier, Fortnum & Mason, Gieves & Hawkes, Tiffany & Co., The Langham London, Floris, Foster & Son, Daks, Berry Bros & Rudd, Royal Academy of Arts, Ritz Fine Jewellery, Boodles, Faberge, Pringle, Ralph Lauren,FIA-250x250 Piaget, Hedonism Wines, Hayward, Intercontinental London and many more.

In one experience, London’s grocer to the Queen, Fortnum & Mason, is offering the chance to be their guest and exclusively shop in the entire store outside of trading hours. A private tour will take the guests from the rooftop beehive to the network of cellars; offer an opportunity to sample the extraordinary range of teas, wines and whiskies; and then create  a bespoke hamper with the help of a personal shopper. Guests can also enjoy a personal consultation with the in-house milliner (hat-maker).

At No 1 Savile Row, Gieves & Hawkes have been supplying superlative bespoke tailoring to the British Royal Family and heads of state for over a century. Their experience offers guests a   behind-the-scenes tour of the fabled workrooms, together with drinks with the store’s knowledgeable archivist. The guests will delight in discovering priceless treasures relating to the company’s   most distinguished customers, like Sir Winston Churchill.

Tiffany & Co
is inviting private guests to experience their very own ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’ in the firm’s flagship store on Old Bond Street. Guests then have the opportunity to be guided through the full collection of jewellery held by the New York legend before the store opens to the public.

Britain’s oldest perfumer Floris has been creating hand-blended scents at its Jermyn Street store since 1730 and is the sole perfumer to The Queen as well as creating fragrances for Marilyn Monroe and Eva Peron. Floris offers a rare opportunity for a guided tour of their private museum with a member of the Floris family to sample such scents, plus its bespoke perfumery service is on hand to create individual fragrances for guests.

Boodles
, which has been creating British Jewellery since 1798, is providing access to its private downstairs workshop where the in-house designer will create a unique piece of bespoke jewellery, while Hayward, the tailors who have dressed such VIPs as  Sir Michael Caine and Steve McQueen, are offering Martinis with the firm’s head cutter as he creates a personalized tailored suit for guests.

With its flagship store situated at No. 1 New Bond Street, Ralph Lauren is the official outfitters for the world-famous Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Champsionships , and is delighted to offer guests a  full day of champagne hospitality at the event. If cars are more preferable to tennis, then guests can join them for a historic racing car day at the glorious Goodwood Revival.

This sample of the many experiences on offer are part of London Luxury Quarter’s aim to make every visit to the area extraordinary, whether guests are discovering London for the very first time or already know it well.

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