Who doesn't warm to the glitz and glamour of this long strip lying just off Oxford Street? It equals and perhaps exceeds Sloane Street in terms of upscale shopping opportunities and there's always a buzz running up and down its handsome length. The tube station is located on Oxford Street, but the street itself is just around the corner, beckoning you with glamorous storefront displays of high fashion and jewellery. Sadly, music has left the street - Chappell, where you'll find an array of acoustic and electric pianos, plus sheet music for classical, jazz, folk, pop and more, has moved to Wardour Street in Soho. But everything else remains. The street takes you all the way down to Piccadilly at its south end and has always been divided into two sections. The 'old' part is the Piccadilly end and the 'new' takes up the north section. However, the distinction between the two is often overlooked. One thing almost goes without saying - just as the shops here are of the highest calibrate, so gay massage in Bond Street is of a premier quality. The practitioners you'll find here are cut from a very distinctive cloth - upmarket, smart, sophisticated and with looks that could grace the covers of any magazine you care to name.
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You can dip into the lesser-known department store, Fenwick, and then find beautiful, shiny objects of gorgeousness at Tiffany's. Then there's nearby Mayfair to explore or - if you need to be kinder to your wallet - the high street stores back where the tube station lies. Gay massage in Bond Street will delight your senses when you've had enough of retail therapy and need something of a more tactile nature. Just let your mind run wild while a strong, strapping man treats you to one of London's best, most sensual experiences. So why not book one of our gorgeous masseurs and see our prices, for a night of seductive beauty.