Getting here

Mayfair

Culture, shopping and dining, all within easy reach

Moments from Oxford Street, and just a short walk from Bond Street, Green Park and Marble Arch tube stations, Mayfair sits squarely in the centre of London. Bordered by the Park Lane, Oxford Street, Regent Street and Piccadilly and packed with the city's best eateries, shops and historic streets, Mayfair is a must-visit destination for anyone coming to London. To find out how to get here, we recommend Transport for London's Journey Planner.

Mayfair

On foot

All of Mayfair is accessible by foot. Visit Transport for London to plan your journey.

By tube

North Mayfair is best accessed via Bond Street, Marble Arch and Bond Street stations. Mount Street is approximately a 10-minute walk from Bond Street station via Davies Street, or a 10-minute walk from Green Park station via Berkeley Square.

By rail

North Mayfair and Mount Street will be accessible via Crossrail’s Elizabeth Line, with its Davies Street terminal located adjacent to Bond Street Underground station.

By bus

North Mayfair can be accessed by bus routes 390, 10, 94, 23, 7, 98, 159, 139 and 113. Mount Street can be accessed via 22 route with the nearest stop on Berkeley Square. Some of these routes run throughout the evening and 24 hours.

By car

Mayfair is accessible by car, except on South Molton Street. Please note that the area is within the Congestion Charge and T-Charge Zones, and therefore may be subject to additional charges to drive your vehicle through Mayfair. There are several Westminster pay-and-display parking bays, and the London Grosvenor Hill NCP 24-hour car park is located at 21 Grosvenor Hill, W1K 3QQ. To see if you will be subject to pay additional zoning charges, please visit Transport for London.

By cycling

Mayfair is accessible by cycling, with numerous cycle parking locations within the area.Santander Cycle docking stations are located on North Audley Street, South Audley Street, Grosvenor Square, Farms Street and Woodstock Street.