Contemporary. Affluent. Fashionable.
Notting Hill is at the heart of London’s cultural influence. The backdrop to the famous Notting Hill feature film and home to many famous personalities, the area prides itself on its fashionable status. Westbourne Grove runs through Notting Hill, an illustrious and renowned avenue for its designer fashion boutiques and luxury brand flagship stores. Many of the lanes and major roads in Notting Hill display distinct architectural style and feature, something which has become synonymous with the prestige of the area.
With the famous Portobello Road Market in touching distance, explore antiques and boutique pieces that define London’s custom. Established in the 1800’s, and reaching prominence in the 1950s this iconic market is the gateway to London’s market heritage. Today the market lends itself to an array of eccentric yet original items.
A perfect area to entertain and to be entertained, Notting Hill is spoiled with eclectic theatres, regularly putting on productions. The Gate Theatre and The Print Room at The Coronet are the two most renowned theatres in the area with many significant productions between them. The Electric Cinema, an Edwardian baroque inspired arts theatre is another hidden gem of the area. It is one of the top five luxury cinemas in London and a historical landmark in motion picture exhibition.