Dover street is located in Mayfair and is full of Georgian architecture as well as historic London clubs and hotels. The street is full of history and a number of historical figures have been known to frequent the famous Brown's hotel such as Napoleon III, Theodore Roosevelt, Rudyard Kipling, and Agatha Christie. There are currently a number of well-known clubs including The Arts Club, founded by Charles Dickens, The Bath Club, where Mark Twain breakfasted, and Mahiki, which is often frequented by celebrities and royalty. Dover Street Market is a must see retail concept featuring avant-garde fashion, design and art objects.
An eclectic and inspiring display in Dover Street Market.