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Bond Street is a very famous street in London’s West End that is known for its shops. It has been a home to retail since the 18th century and many of the shops sell high end items. It is also the home of Bonham’s and Sotheby’s auction houses and Tiffany’s and Fenwick stores. The street is around half a mile long and it is one of the most sought after places to have a shop in Europe.
With YourParkingSpace you are able to find and book parking near to Bond Street, such as a parking spot for a few hours, good value overnight car parking, or parking long-term. Via booking online or via our app you guarantee yourself a place to park & in addition save a lot of cash in the process.
If you own a spare front drive, off-street car parking space, or even a lock-up garage by Bond Street you could be earning money by renting it out. All types of parking spaces near Bond Street can be rented out, whether it's short-term car park spaces for visitors to Bond Street or commuters and residents with second cars who need monthly parking.
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Good location. Not difficult to find the care park. Entry and leaving car park was easy. Just outside the Congestion zone. Clear instruction provided. Minus one star for parking space as I found it a bit tight. Was visiting London with family and my kid, had to move the car to one side to make more space for the other side to open the door and get others out/in comfortably. Overall good experience.Suman
Easy to find and had no problem,Yunus
The arrangements all worked well but this is a car park only for the brave. You must know your car's size exactly or you are in danger of scraping something. Its old and therefore very tight for modern cars. Anything above the average size of modern car will have to be very careful going round the many bends in this underground labyrinth. The lift to get out is extremely slow and I couldn't find the small entrance doorway to it on the way back, so had to use the car entrance. I would use it again but wouldn't risk it with a Range Rover.Stephen