About Savile Row
Savile Row is synonymous with quality men’s tailoring and the area has been home to London’s preeminent tailors for centuries. Famous figures to have headed to Savile Row for their suits include two of the greatest names in British history in Winston Churchill and Lord Nelson. Savile Row’s proximity to Regent Street in central London puts it close to an array of flagship stores for high-end clothing retailers and in the heart of Mayfair, which is very readily associated with a measured exclusivity, not to say extravagance. Other features of Savile Row include the James Hyman art gallery and the building on top of which the Beatles famously played live for the final time back in 1969.
Setting up your business here
Tailoring is undoubtedly what Savile Row is most famous for but it is far from the only kind of business carried on in the area. In fact, Savile Row is home to property developers like Derwent London, finance firms like Fortress Investments Group and training providers like the Resolution Foundation. There are also a number of communications and PR companies based very close to Saville Row and the street itself is home to almost as many property surveyors as tailors and retailers. Its precise location puts Savile Row just south of Oxford Street and within very close reach of Piccadilly Circus, Bond Street and Green Park, each of which have their own Tube stations.
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Things to do in Savile Row
Even if you’re only browsing, the many high calibre clothing retailers of Savile Row and nearby Jermyn Street offer a unique experience that is quintessentially British and engagingly historic. But if shopping isn’t your thing then you’ll find plenty of other entertainments in the places like Soho, Leicester Square and Green Park, all of which are very close by. For excellent places to eat around Savile Row, you could try Sartoria, a popular and authentic Italian restaurant, or the Embassy Mayfair, which you’ll find on Old Burlington Street that runs adjacent to Savile Row itself. Other good restaurants in the area include another Italian called Cecconi’s, while for a stylish place to have a drink you could always try Art Bar or the Icebar London.
- Tube lines: Bakerloo, Central, Victoria, Jubilee, Piccadilly
- Mainline stations: Charing Cross, Piccadilly Circus, Bond Street, Green Park
- Nearest motorways: M25, A40
- Nearest airports: Heathrow, City, Stansted, Gatwick