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"Ideal location for shopping in Mayfair and Oxford Street"
The Berkshire hotel, tucked away on Oxford Street and opposite Bond Street, is a freshly designed boutique hotel. The hotel is perfectly located for the business and leisure traveler. It's central London location places you amongst designer and high street stores, Hyde Park, and Royal Palaces. Notting Hill, the West End, Park Lane and Piccadilly are also close by.
Sumptuous, tranquil and bright public areas feature furniture by Phillipe Hurel, hand made bronze planters and white orchids. Artworks include paintings by Vietnamese artist Anh Quan. Everything has been carefully selected to make you feel special.
"Check out the side street cafe culture of Marylebone"
The hotel's restaurant serves modern British cuisine with sauve finesse on the Ascot Restaurant's leather banquettes. Or indulge in a pre-theatre aperitif in stylish surroundings in the Lounge Bar. Or you can enjoy a traditional British treat with a filling afternoon tea.
"100m from the Disney Store"
The hotel also features a wide range of amenities to add to its 'home away from home' feeling. These include complimentary wireless throughout the hotel to keep you connected, complimentary newspapers, an express check out service if you are hurrying to catch a flight, 24-hour front desk and room service, a concierge, laundry and currency exchange.
"Central and Jubilee tube lines just 150m from the hotel"
However, if you do venture out the hotel you will be greeted by one of London's busiest and most exciting streets. Oxford Street has over one and a half miles of designer and high street stores to suit every budget. Whether you can only afford cheap chic at the Primark superstore, or Selfridges department store’s cutting edge fashions, food and furniture, there will be something to suit you.
Nearby Regent Street and Bond Street contain some of the most exclusive shops in London and are well worth browsing for a gape in the windows if you can't afford the discrete but disarming price tags. You have very easy access to London's Theatreland district and you are just a hop, skip and jump away from London's largest green space,
Hyde Park for a wide range of outdoor activities. If you are travelling with children (or its raining, as it is prone to do in London), you can explore the Trocadero Centre or peruse the stranger sights of the world in Ripley's Believe it or Not Museum.
"Complimentary wireless internet connection throughout the hotel"
Staying in the Radisson Berkshire Hotel offers you a superb location for transport to other parts of London and major travel hubs. With Oxford Circus and Bond Street tube stations an equidistant, five-minute walk away, you have access to the Central, Jubilee, Bakerloo and Victoria lines.
The Bakerloo line will take you direct to Paddington station where you can catch an express train to Heathrow, or if you are travelling to Gatwick, you can catch the express train from Victoria Station.
The Victoria line also goes to King's Cross St Pancras Station, where the Eurostar terminates. So whether you are travelling from as near as greater London, or as far as Australia, you can reach the hotel with ease. If you are driving to the hotel, it is situated just off the main A4 road, which can be accessed via the M4 and M25; however, guests should note that the hotel is in the congestion charge zone.
Oxford Street is known for being one of the liveliest streets in London and it usually stays busy up until the early hours of the morning, so if you require a good night's sleep, we recommend requesting a room on an upper floor.