Quality Hotel Hampstead
London, EN NW3 6AL
Phone: (44) 20 7 7940101
Fax: (44) 20 7 7940100
5 Frognal, London, EN, GB, NW3 6AL
- Phone: (44) 20 7 7940101
- Fax: (44) 20 7 7940100
Holder of the Queen Mother's royal warrant and member of the John Lewis Partnership, Waitrose combines unpretentious quality and class at reasonable prices. Alongside the standard supermarket fare are a patisserie, a wide variety of breads from around the world, a delicatessen, a hot food counter, a cheese counter, a meat and fish counter and an exceptional wine range. In these environmentally aware times, it is also worthy of note that Waitrose stocks a suitably large organic range. This particular branch also stocks a good range of kosher products. Branches of different sizes can be found everywhere.
The Lenkoran Gallery displays antique Oriental rugs, kelims (a kind of Kurdish textile art), tribal bags, pre-Columbian woven and feather textiles, Swedish textiles and more. The rugs, kelims and tribal bags are generally of 17th-19th Century origin. The staff at the Lenkoran Gallery can act as agents and consultants at European auctions for decorative carpets and collectible rugs and textiles, and can also accompany both private and professional clients on European buying trips.
Whether artistic or not, child or adult, you'll love painting and decorating pre-made items at the Art 4 Fun. You can choose to decorate any item, be it pottery, wood, glass or fabric. It can be a whole day of inspired artfulness or amusing experimentation with materials and items for decoration can be purchased. Art 4 Fun can even come to your home if you want and all paints are water based, so you need not worry about spillages.
This discount shoe retailer carries many of the High Street fashions at a reduced cost. From converse-style trainers to office-inspired chunky heeled black numbers, Shoefayre is the place to hit when you want to buy shoes without drawing a hole in your pocket.
The Clifton Collection store provides creative solutions to a dull and drab dwelling. This lifestyle store can give your home the much needed aesthetic face lift you have been waiting for. Customers can choose from the wide array of wooden furniture, or get the interiors of their home revamped by the renowned designers of the Clifton collection. You'll fall in love with your abode all over again. Check website for further details.
A bright, modern entertainment center, O2 rises above the ethnic food shops and general drabness of this part of Finchley Road. Along with a Warners Village an 8-screen multiplex cinema, and a free-to-view aquarium, O2 is home to restaurants and shops such as Books Etc, Pizza Hut, Babe Ruth's, Ed's Diner, Zuccato, and the Esporta Health Club.
This charming boutique offers fantastic fashion finds. Savvy owner Anna Park stocks names like Gharini Strock, Cashmere Studio and Nicole Fahri. Apart from dresses, cardigans and trousers in Anna, women can find gorgeous shoes, jewelery and accessories of all kinds here.
Old school meets new school in the cellars of North London. Bibendum has some of the very best wines in town. Bouquet and body abound in these bottles, which hail from around the world. Champagne is also stocked for those who know their Premier Cru from their Grand Cru. Sparkling wines and Sauternes will add some exquisite sweetness to your occasion or there's the Quinta do Vesuvio 95 Port - for the gentlemen. Delivery is free in mainland England and Wales, with a minimum order of one case. Bibendum does not just stock the big names, but also supports lesser-known gems. Your own bottles can be stored here and the Fine Wine Team will even take care of, or advise you on, your own personal cellar. Bibendum also has a party service, selecting wines to suit your menu and even supplying the ice and glasses. Wonderful wine tastings can also be arranged with an expert nose to inform.
Costcutter as the name suggest is one such place where you won't ever be disappointed when it comes to the quality of your purchase or the prices either. It's one of the few (if not only) small-scale supermarkets with its own satellite radio station transmitting the hottest chart tunes. So take advantage of this unique shopping experience. Pick up the essentials like some tins of soup, fresh veggies and milk while grooving to the latest single to hit the charts.
Tann-Rokka is a boutique of contemporary design. Within its walls, you will find original designs that are both simple and stunning. Check out the blinds and handmade leather furniture. If the modern offerings do not thrill you, then maybe the selection of antiques will. Pieces from North Africa and Asia feature alongside the original Deco pieces from Italy and France. Prices vary greatly depending on the individual item - but you can find everything from lamps to tables here. Whatever your period of preference, it is unlikely that you will leave without some inspiration for your own nest from the shop's beautiful display.
One-of-a-kind place for kids that not only offers a wide range of smart clothes for kids but also organizes many activities and events that put a smile on the little ones' faces. You'll find a volley of things to do and buy for children here. For unique Christmas and birthday presents for your nieces and nephews, Igloo is your go-to shop.
Primrose Hill's new gem is a boutique selling beautiful designer clothes, artwork, furniture and home interior objects such as vases and mirrors. It has nothing to do with S & M, the owners' first names just happen to start with those letters. This is another one of these shops where you can get all sorts of things under one roof, which makes it ideal for stylish people with little time on their hands. Prices are no doubt suited to the locals who have money burning in their pockets.