Jumeirah Carlton Tower Launches Lavish Shopping Experience

26 Apr 2018
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If you love shopping in style, you’re going to love this exciting new package at one of London’s most iconic hotels.

For over 50 years, Jumeirah Carlton Tower has enjoyed an enviable reputation as a shoppers paradise, thanks to its prime location in the heart of fashionable Knightsbridge. Just steps from the designer stores of Sloane Street, this beautiful property is a must-book for the fashion crowd.

Now, in a new partnership with Bicester Village, Jumeirah Carlton Tower has  extended its credentials as the home of the fashion lover, as guests can enjoy ultra-exclusive access and additional privileges at the luxury shopping destination in Oxfordshire through a duo of exciting packages designed for the shopaholics.

Guests staying at Jumeirah Carlton Tower can enjoy:

  • A VIP Card entitling them to an additional 10% saving on the Village price
  • Access to The Apartment – a by-invitation-only VIP lounge
  • Hands-free shopping
  • A shopping delivery service to the hotel

For the ultimate convenience, guests booking the “Serious Shopper Package” will enjoy convenient transportation options in addition to VIP shopping perks. When booking a Deluxe Room and upwards, the package will include two round trip train tickets from London Marylebone Station, a bottle of Champagne in-room on arrival, the renowned English breakfast in The Rib Room each morning as well as a luxury foot massage afterwards at the award-winning Peak Health Club and Spa.

Alternatively, when purchasing the “VIP Serious Shopper Package”, guests can stay in a Luxury Suite and replace the train journey with the hotel’s chauffeur driven BMW 7-series direct to Bicester Village – for a wonderfully suave way to travel. What’s more, the the driver will be on stand-by all day to collect your shopping before returning in comfort to the hotel.

Make it happen
Serious Shopper Package from £415 per night. VIP Serious Shopper Package from £1945 per night. Click here to book.


Words by Sophie Ritchie