Location & getting there

Bond Street is the immediate area surrounding the Bond Street underground station in Mayfair. Now things get confusing. There is no actual street by that name near the station (instead there is one in east London). So be careful if you’re using Google Maps! Instead look for Oxford Street, where the Bond Street underground station is based. The station is served by Central and Jubilee lines, and is accessible for wheelchair users. The area around the station is wholly commercial and Oxford Street is London’s most famous retail spot. However, if the chaos of Oxford Street is not your thing, you only have to take one of the side streets and you will soon find your way to small, quiet boutiques selling exceptional goods.

Gay massage in Bond Street

While none of our masseurs currently reside in Bond Street, you are close both to Tottenham Court Road and Edgware Road. In fact, these stations are just two stops away on the underground. Jeremy and Flavio reside in those locations, respectively, and their luxurious flats are perfectly set up for a relaxing massage. Equally dashing Anthony is based just a little further away in Sloane Square. You will have clean towels, showering facilities and a choice of bed or massage table. Whatever you preference is, you can call, text or Whatsapp us on +44 7492 898079, and we will work to make your fantasy reality. You can also book an outcall to your home or hotel for an additional £50 fee (for taxi and travel time).

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Things to do near Bond Street

Shopping, of course

If crowds don’t make you claustrophobic and you love a good bargain, step out onto Oxford Street and choose a direction to walk in. If you walk left (in the direction of Marble Arch), you will find oriental perfume shops, Selfridges and Marks & Spencer’s flagship store. Or turn right (in the direction of Oxford Street station) and you will be heading towards high-street fashion. If you’re aiming for something a little sexier than H&M, walk right until you reach Oxford Street station and turn right again into Piccadilly. There you will find many shops selling high quality goods. And if luxury boutiques are your thing, walk left but step out of Oxford Street entirely and hunt in the side streets of Mayfair. To find big designer names in one place, visit Selfridges and explore the department store that has absolutely everything.

Visit the homes of two music legends

Bond Street might not look like the sort of place where you’ll come across a museum but there’s something very special just around the corner. Handel & Hendrix might sound like an odd choice for a name. That’s until you realise that you’re actually talking about the residences of both of the iconic musicians. They’re located at 23 and 25 Brook Street, although Hendrix’s flat seems modest in comparison to Handel’s house. Both have been restored to give off the vibe of the time(s), and can be an inspiring stopover when you tire of all the Bond Street shopping. You won’t find much of original décor or paraphenalia, but the replicas are of high quality and the setting is done well enough to trigger the feeling of travelling in time.

Get lost in a large antique market

Strangely enough, many London’s residents don’t know about Gray’s. Every so often someone will present it to me like a great discovery, even though it’s right in the city centre and has been there for ages. It must be that it’s somewhat easy to miss due to the unassuming shop front. Despite the way it looks, it’s not one tiny jewellery shop. The market is huge and has 100+ vendors. You can expect to find weapons, jewellery, garments and all sorts of antique finery. Once you discover it, it becomes a spot to visit over and over again. Searching for a last minute present? Gray’s. Want something stylish for the house? Gray’s. Word of advice: like any other market, it’s got its reputable traders and those that are less so. Don’t rely on the advice you get and do your research if you are thinking of buying something expensive.