Harley Street is situated in the heart of Central London in the UK, and is a distinctive address recognised by many people all around the world. Whatever type of medical expertise is required you can rest assured that Harley Street will have it covered, and is the first choice for exceptional private health treatment. Harley Street is popular with celebrities who attend highly acclaimed Harley Street doctors, cosmetic surgeons or dentists for various surgery, treatment and aesthetic enhancements.
Many of Harley Streets doctors and surgeons also work in the NHS and are attached to the London teaching hospitals. Several major private hospitals are situated in the area including The Harley Street Clinic, The London Clinic and the Royal family’s favourite; the King Edward VII’s Hospital, Sister Agnes.
Harley Street is located just north of Oxford Street, and close to Marylebone High Street and the joys of Regents Park. In fact, the whole of the West End is accessible by foot and Harley Street is conveniently located for a number of quality hotels, restaurants and shops. The lively shopping Mecca known as Oxford Street, stretches for one and a half miles between Marble Arch on the West and Tottenham Court Road to the East, and boasts London’s longest row of department stores including large fashion department stores such as Selfridges and John Lewis.
Various theatres and tourist attractions are also very close such as the Lyric and the Apollo theatres and located along Marylebone Road is the famous Madame Tussauds Wax Museum and the rose filled gardens of Regent’s Park, one of London’s finest outdoor walking, open theatre, sports and picnic spots, as well as the location for London Zoo.
There is no shortage of eateries around the Harley Street area either. Nearby, Marylebone High Street offers a wide range of cafes and restaurants.
A couple of good restaurants which are within walking distance - include No. 5 Cavendish Square, which has a lovely restaurant within its beautiful Grade II listed building serving sumptuous European food with Italian influences combined with more than 150 wines from around the world. 5 Cavendish Square, London W1G 0PG. Telephone 020 7079 5000.
Café Bagatelle at the Wallace Collection museum is tucked behind Selfridges in Manchester Square and is the perfect spot for a light lunch in an airy conservatory-style room with a large fountain in the middle. Hertford House, Manchester Square. Telephone 020 7563 9505. A very trendy establishment, Mash bar and restaurant offers a seasonal menu and an enviable wine list, with a blend of international dishes using well-sourced local ingredients. 19-21 Great Portland Street, London W1W 8QB. Telephone 020 7637 5555.
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