Parking on Queen Anne Mews, W1G, London

Space Description

Parking spaces located on Queen Anne Mews in London. The spaces are suitable for vehicles up to the size of a Van. On-site there is Covered Parking, CCTV and Security Lighting.

The spaces are available 24 hours on all days.

Parking available at the Q-Park Harley Street car park on Queen Anne Mews, right by Harley Street in London. Oxford Circus and Regent's Park tube stations are both located nearby.

The maximum vehicle height at this car park is 1.82m.

Please note that with this car park it’s one entry and exit per booking.

Important notice: The full address of the parking space/garage/car park will be provided following a successful booking

Access Hours

Reviews

  • Jennifer H.

    28th August 2020

    Only thing you need to know is how to get back into car park on foot. The door to enter is at the top of the road. There is a door and on the wall a box (it also mentions a storage facility) - pop your parking ticket into red machine and the door will click open.

  • Julia C.

    26th August 2020

    This customer rated the space 5 stars but chose not to leave a comment.

  • Richard W.

    21st August 2020

    Instructions on how to enter could be clearer, as vehicle in front of me could not work out how to get in. The single toilet unfortunately has a homeless resident according to several regular users (Taxi drivers) for many weeks now. We could not work out how to get pedestrian access to reenter the carpark, fortunately a car left so we made access through the vehicle entrance/exit. There was no difficulty finding a parking space, but as a lot of larger suv occupied spaces it is easier to unload passengers before parking up. The satnav brought us directly to the vehicle entrance. To leave I had to call an agent on the exit pay machine, again the correct button could be marked more clearly. The agent answered and released the gate very quickly. A satisfactory experience but the lack of good signage detracted from the whole. The star is deducted for the very poor toilet experience!

  • Lynne H.

    21st August 2020

    Easy to find and ample parking space. All went very smoothly. Thank-you yourparkingspace.

  • Patricia F.

    15th August 2020

    Queen Anne is in a great position and easy to access. Well positioned for Harley Street and surrounding area. The parking spaces are quite narrow and I could not scan my ticket on exit as instructed. However, I called for assistance at the barrier and was let out without a problem. Will definitely use again.

  • Lynette W.

    5th August 2020

    This was the third time I’d used Queen Anne Mews this summer. It’s a little more expensive than some of the other spaces but so close to where I needed to be and it’s very secure. Will definitely use it again.

  • Mark A.

    4th August 2020

    If you want to park somewhere in the Harley Street area, this car park is ideal - easy to find although best to book a space because there were hardly any slots available. Parking a large car could be problematic since the slots were pretty tight and headroom in some places restricted by ducting and pipes. My big complaint was being asked to pay £30 for a pre-booked and paid-for space, when if I had taken a chance On the day, I would have been charged £24. That seems to be the wrong way round if you value customer loyalty.

  • Kyle M.

    1st August 2020

    Very easy to find. And if you arrive too early little spot outside you can wait in for 5 to 10 mins as I was early.

  • Mervyn H.

    17th July 2020

    Great location - easy to find, good generous sized spaces, and very decent value for money - at least as far as London is concerned. I will use it again.

  • Terry W.

    14th July 2020

    The carpark was easy to find and get into, I managed to find a space to park Easy enough although I did find which way to go Once inside the carpark was a bit confusing I suppose once you know the layout it’s ok, trying to get out was more difficult than it needs to be as putting the ticket in the pay machine and the scanning the bar code didn’t work, I ended up driving to the barrier and pushing the help button to get some assistance. The only other thing is that at the moment I Use a electric wheelchair As my mobility is not that good and with no lift that I could find I had to go in and out of the carpark the same way as a car would which is not ideal .

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