Bond Street Exclusive Companions
Welcome to Bond Street located in the heart of the Mayfair district of London, close to the bright lights and excitement of the West End. It’s been in existence since 1700 and, throughout its’ history, has been known as a part of the city which attracts the wealthy, glamorous and famous, with former residents including figures such as Admiral Nelson and Lady Hamilton.
The modern Bond Street runs from Oxford Street in the north to Piccadilly in the south and is officially divided into Old Bond Street and New Bond Street, although this difference isn’t usually referred to in day to day life. Bond Street as a whole is half a mile long and is highly distinctive in appearance. This is because the length of the street is part of the Mayfair Conservation Area, which is controlled by Westminster City Council with the aim of ensuring that no developments or alterations are allowed to drastically change the appearance of the street. As a result of this, many of the buildings along Bond Street are listed, and even the advertising on the front of the wealth of high end retails outlets is strictly regulated.
It is this luxury shopping offer which draws visitors from around the world to Bond Street more than anything else. Even if you haven’t got quite among money to shop in the bespoke boutiques and global fashion houses which line Bond Street, it offers a unique opportunity to soak up an atmosphere of finesse and elegance. In the whole of Europe, only the Champs-Élysées in Paris is generally regarded as being a more expensive retail destination, and Bond Street offers the added bonus of unique architectural features such as The Royal Arcade. This stunning shopping arcade has changed little since it was built in 1879. It links Bond Street to Albemarle Street and is famed for its spectacular glass roof and for being home to a collection of highly exclusive jewellers, galleries and antique shops.
Travelling to and from Bond Street is made simple by the proximity of no fewer than three tube stations. The station on Bond Street itself offers access to the Central and Jubilee lines, whilst Oxford Circus and Green Park tube stations are both just a short walk away, and can be used to travel on the Jubilee, Victoria, Bakerloo and Piccadilly lines. If you want to stay on Bond Street itself then you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to luxury accommodation, including world renowned hotels such as The Ritz and The Langham.
The air of exclusivity and luxury to be found on Bond Street is more than matched by the girls supplied by Black Label escorts. Our Bond Street escorts offer everything a client could desire and more. They combine beauty and glamour with warmth, a friendly approach and the kind of skills and talents need to make your visit to Bond Street a trip to remember. Take a look at the Bond Street escorts we offer and we’re sure you’ll agree that they represent the very best and nothing but. Whether incall or outcall, the service they provide will combine professionalism and discretion with a dedication to your pleasure.