Park Lane & Mayfair

St. James is an upmarket residential area with Park Lane and Mayfair escorts and has some of the highest rents for properties in the city, and in fact in the world. Amongst the top-class town-houses and in-call apartments are a number of London’s classy gentleman’s clubs, in what is sometimes referred to as “clubland”. The presence of so many clubs and many gentlemen make the demand for elite sexy blondes brunettes and redhead escorts very high.

St. James is a tight mix of criss-crossing streets many of which are largely residential, although a lot of the area’s older, larger houses have become office space or been turned into flats.

A flat in St. James is particularly desirable by any Park Lane and Mayfair escort in London. But that doesn’t mean that it’s not worth dropping in if you’re passing through The Mall, Piccadilly or the Haymarket. St. James is still home to some Michelin star top restaurants, pubs, and shopping streets, many of which are unique. Jermyn Street is particularly well-known for Men’s Taylors and other manufacturers of men’s apparel.

Haymarket features two of London’s best theatres – the Haymarket Theatre and Her Majesty’s Theatre as well as a few other famous buildings to note, such as the New Zealand High Commission. It was once the very centre of escorts in London, full of busty and slender in-call and outcall escorts. Even today, it remains a very popular area with our ladies.

St. James area is probably most famous for St. James’s Park, the oldest of the Royal Parks of London, with its lake and islands making it the most pleasant views of a London skyline that can be achieved from ground level. The Park is very popular with health-oriented Park Lane and Mayfair escorts because it’s a great place for a good run. Just to the north of the park, on the Mall, is St. James’s Palace, which has been at the heart of many of the most memorable events in British history; Charles I spent his last night there before he was executed, and Elizabeth I was staying in the palace on the night that the Spanish Armada sailed up the channel.

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