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Brook Street is located right in the heart of London, in the central district of Mayfair. Its name comes from the river Tyburn that it once crossed before the Tyburn was culverted and then turned into a sewer.
The street runs from Hanover Square to Grosvenor Square. The western extension from Grosvenor Square to Park Lane is known as Upper Brook Street.
Many of London’s main landmarks are within walking distance of Brook street, including Hyde Park, Regent’s Park, the Buckingham Palace, and Piccadilly Circus.
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Getting to Brook Street
By Tube: Oxford Circus Underground Station is within walking distance of Brook Street at the Regent Street end. Bond Street Station is also nearby on Davies Street, which crosses Brook Street. Marble Arch Station is within walking distance to Brook Street at the Park Lane end.
By Bus: Bond Street Bus Station, Oxford Street, is within walking distance to Brook Street, Stop BW. Oxford Circus, Stop RG, is at the Regent Street end of Brook Street.
Disabled Parking in Brook Street
London Grosvenor Hill NCP car park (W1K 3QQ) has 2 designated disabled parks. Blue Badge parking can be found throughout central London.
To see a map with all disabled bays close to Brook Street (London), visit the Blue Badge Parking website.
Need a boost? Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in the Brook Street (London) area. You will find these at:
- Grosvenor Hill NCP car park (W1K 3QQ)
- Grosvenor Square (W1K 2QB)
- Berkeley Square (W1J 6ES)
A network of all electric vehicle charging points in the UK can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
On-street parking at Brook Street is free on Sundays and bank holidays.
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Is parking free on Sundays in central London?
Most areas of central London offer free parking on Sundays, but make sure to check parking signage in case of exceptions.
Where is Grosvenor Square?
Grosvenor Square is a large public park between Grosvenor Street, Brook Street and Upper Brook Street (W1K 2HP).
Where is the Handel and Hendrix in London?
The Handle & Hendrix, previously the Handel Hendrix Museum, occupies №s 23-25 of Brook Street, London. It was once home to the famous musicians Jimi Hendrix and George Frideric Handel.
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Latest London parking reviews
Very easy to find and very convenient for my destination. Only drawback for me was the location within the congestion and ULEZ zone which added £27.50 to the parking.That said the arrangements worked well as advertised. I have subsequently found that the nearest parking outside the congestion zone, cost more.Geoff
Great value parking and close to where I was based...Dilraj
Excellent parking. Promotion for weekend is very good.Ivaylo
Followed instructions and all went perfectly smoothly very pleasedDavid
Great space , secure carpark , great locationCarl
Great location, great value. Would definitely recommend.Jacqueline
easy parking booking very spacious car park highly recommend yourparking space JBJohn
Good & easy to findKhurram
Tight spaces and not recommended if you need to fully open your door to get out of your vehicle. You have to squeeze yourself out of the door. There are disabled bays with more to open door fully, but you need a disabled badge to use them. You might get out of your car ok when you choose your spot to park in, but you may struggle getting in your car if another car park besides you! Other than that, I found it reasonable for price and location for my needs.Mark
No problem entering or exiting- easy to find a space! Quite a tight car park if you’re in a 4x4 and roadworks made it a little difficult to get to but obviously that’s not the Car parks fault! Thankyou :)Emily