Despite being in the heart of London, Marylebone High Street offers a unique village-like atmosphere. It’s a refreshing contrast to the bustling city, providing a tranquil and more relaxed environment. Marylebone Village and High Street are decorated with beautiful Christmas lights, and the same goes for many stores.
One of the most fascinating places is the V V Rouleaux store on Marylebone Lane.
South Molton Street
Situated near Oxford Street, South Molton Street offers a picturesque spot for capturing the beauty of Christmas lights. Conveniently accessible from either Oxford Street or Bond Street, this festive location features a stunning display every year.
Claridge’s is a luxury hotel in Mayfair, which is famous not only for the decorations outside but also for the Christmas tree designed by a different designer each year. This time we managed to catch these two double-decker buses transporting guests to a wedding location.
There’s a Christmas tree and a Christmas wreath at the entrance to Claridge’s.
Bond Street is famous for its Christmas lights and is one of the most visited streets by people admiring the decorations. This year, Bond Street is looking even more amazing than usual, with the stores going all out on decorations, and these incredible-looking crowns complete the look.
The Chanel store and building on New Bond Street is decorated with a giant necklace and charms featuring the Chanel logo.
Louis Vuitton window displays include this beautiful truck loaded with Christmas presents.
The Christmas decorations of the Dior store are among the most spectacular on New Bond Street.
The store that draws the most attention for its Christmas decorations in London is the Cartier store on New Bond Street. The store is looking as gorgeous as ever this year.
Burlington Arcade has beautiful Christmas decorations, making it a popular destination for shoppers.
The Royal Arcade on Bond Street has been lit with magnificent colours this season.
Regent Street’s “Spirit of Christmas” is a renowned highlight of London’s festive season. This historic area boasts the distinction of hosting London’s original Christmas light displays, a cherished tradition initiated in 1954. The radiant angels that adorn Regent Street cast a luminous glow over the thoroughfare, drawing crowds who are eager to experience this iconic setting. Stretching from Oxford Circus to Piccadilly Circus, the dazzling lights, set against the backdrop of London’s iconic double-decker buses, create a quintessential Christmas scene in the heart of the city, offering an ideal setting for capturing the essence of a London Christmas in photographs.
Carnaby Street is another favourite among the Christmas decorations and always gathers big crowds. This year, the theme of the decorations is Carnaby Universe, which is full of fascinating details.