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Photo of 2 people looking at the camera while walking past a Hermes shop. The person on the left is wearing a white shirt and checkered skirt holding a green bag. The person on the right s in a red and white dress.

Sloane Street

About Sloane Street

Running in a stately straight line from Knightsbridge to Sloane Square, Sloane Street is internationally recognised as one of the world’s most exclusive and luxurious shopping destinations.

Once home to many of the ‘Court’ dressmakers, corsetieres and milliners, it has remained a popular shopping destination since the 18th Century. Today it is home to the flagship boutiques of global luxury brands, world-class restaurants and landmark hotels, as well as leading wellness and beauty venues, set apart by its rarefied shopping experiences and exemplary levels of customer service.

Underground Stations

The nearest underground stations to Sloane Street are Sloane Square and, with step free access, Knightsbridge.

For detailed information about Sloane Square Underground Station, please click here (opens new tab)

For detailed information about Knightsbridge Underground Station, please click here (opens new tab)


Parking in the area is very limited and visitors are encouraged to use public transport. The nearest car parks to Sloane Street are Sloane Square Car Park (opens new tab) and, with Blue Badge Parking available, NCP Cadogan Place (opens new tab). There are also several Pay and Display bays in the neighbourhood.

The changing nature of Sloane Street may mean that the on-street conditions are different to the description on the Access Guides.

You can find all the accessibility information for the area below, under Featured Access Guides.

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