Piccadilly – The World’s High Street 

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Piccadilly, Mayfair – stomping ground of the dandy, the dandizette, the aficionado of caviar, pearls and cigars, and the neck on nothing young bloods of the fancy.

Wide and straight by London standards this glorious street is home to The RItz Hotel, The Royal Academy of Art, Fortnum and Mason’s and the Burlington Arcade to mention just a few of its many legendary tenants.

Piccadilly runs from Hyde Park Corner at the south west corner of Mayfair to Piccadilly Circus in the south east corner. The area of St. James’s lies to the south of the eastern section of Piccadilly, with Green Park  to the south of the western section and everything to the north forming Mayfair.

Piccadilly Locations:
Piccadilly Circus station
Simpsons of Piccadilly (now the Waterstones flagship store)
Le Méridien Piccadilly Hotel
St James’s Church, Piccadilly
High Commission of Malta, London
Hauser & Wirth art gallery
British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA)
Prince’s Arcade
Hatchards bookshop
Fortnum & Mason department store
Albany, apartment complex
Burlington House, home to several learned societies
Royal Academy of Arts
Geological Society of London
Linnean Society of London
Royal Astronomical Society
Society of Antiquaries of London
Royal Society of Chemistry
Burlington Arcade
Bentley & Skinner jewellers
The Ritz Hotel
Green Park
Green Park station
Embassy of Japan
Park Lane Hotel
Athenaeum Hotel
Hard Rock Cafe (their first restaurant)
Cavalry & Guards Club
Royal Air Force Club
InterContinental London hotel
Bomber Command Memorial
Hyde Park Corner station