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Maddox Street, Regent Street, W1S 2QDShow on map
5 Maddox Street is a stylish Hotel that is located in Mayfair, Central London and is filled with modern décor that immediately makes your fell warm and at home. It is critically acclaimed by Vogue, Time... Read More »
5 star deluxe modern hotel
19-21 Gt. Marlborough St, Soho, W1F 7HLShow on map
The Courthouse Hotel is a 5 star luxurious and lavish hotel that is based in the heart of central London and is within a two minute walking distance of the London West End and the popular Oxford Street that is... Read More »
4 star modern hotel
14-15 Langham Place, Marylebone, W1B 2QSShow on map
Saint Georges Hotel is a luxurious, modern hotel in a superb location at the heart of London's West End district. Just minutes from world-renowned Oxford Street, placed on exclusive Regent Street in a modern... Read More »
5 star classic deluxe hotel
Portland Place, Oxford Circus, W1B 1JAShow on map
Recognised as 'One of the Leading Hotels in the World', The Langham Hotel is a very exclusive, legendary five-star institution in London. The hotel opened in 1865 as Europe's first 'Grand Hotel', and it has... Read More »
3 star classic hotel
3 Blenheim Street, Mayfair, W1S 1LAShow on map
The Mermaid Suite Hotel is a 32 room, 3 star hotel which is based in Mayfair, Central London. The closest tube station to the Mermaid Suite Hotel is Bond Street which is less than a 10 minute walk away. This... Read More »
5 star classic deluxe hotel
Bond Street, Mayfair, Mayfair, W1S 2YFShow on map
Opened in 1955 by polo playing dynasty the Phipps family, The Westbury Hotel retains its mid-century glamour, whilst providing all the modern comforts guests require. The hotel’s has a prime location on... Read More »
5 star city chic deluxe hotel
5 star city chic deluxe hotel
50 Berners Street, Fitzrovia, W1T 3NGShow on map
The Sanderson hotel on Berners Street in the West End is a unique, hip and trendy, five-star, luxury hotel offering outstanding accommodation and service to business and leisure visitors to the city. Oxford... Read More »
4 star contemporary hotel
350 Oxford Street, Marylebone, W1C 1BYShow on map
"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... Read More »
4 star classic hotel
31-35 Langham Street, Oxford Circus, W1W 6BUShow on map
Amidst the excitement of London's famous shopping areas of Oxford Street and Bond Street and minutes away from Regents Park and the City's financial district lies a haven of tranquility - The Langham Court... Read More »
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"The West End is the best end"
Oxford Street, London is probably the city's biggest and most famous shopping areas, stretching, as it does, from Marble Arch and Mayfair at the western end eastwards to the huge Centre Point building at the other end. It is a busy, always bustling thoroughfare, and it is where you will find some of Londons best and most popular shops. The Mayfair end is where you will find the huge department stores such as Selfridges and John Lewis.
Most people associate Oxford Street with the central point of Oxford Circus which is also the top end of Regent Street, another serious shopping street with side roads to Bond Street and Canaby Street.
Hotels near Oxford Street
To say the least there are plenty. They are mainly 4 star or 5 star quality with some pretty decent cheaper 3 star hotels near Oxford Street around Marylebone and Bloomsbury. As you can imagine, hotel prices around Oxford Street can be on the high side.
You should also take into account that its a 24 hour city area and street noise can be an issue if you are not used to all night traffic noise.
Cheap hotel near Oxford Street
St Giles Hotel London
Standard twin room at the St Giles Hotel
Just a 5 minute walk to Oxford Street, the St Giles Hotel offers budget accommodation in a prime central area of London. Whilst it is a concrete characterless building, it has all the features and more that you may want including a swimming pool, full gym and car parking.
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Luxury hotel close to Oxford Street
Langham Hotel London
The Langham Hotel in Central London
Probably best known for its Roux at the Landau restaurant, the 5 star Langham Hotel sits in a central location just above Oxford Circus which marks the centre of Oxford Street.
The world renowned Chaun Spa uses Chinese treatments and has a fully equipped fitness centre and a swimming pool.
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Luxury apartments close to Oxford Street
5 Maddox Street London
5 Maddox Street Luxury Suites
Probably the chicest suites around Oxford Street. 5 Maddox Street Suites offers one to three bedroomed accommodations just metres from Oxford Street and Regent Street.
Ideal location for Mayfair with the US Embassy, Soho and Piccadilly.
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About Oxford Street London
Oxford Street had four tube stops adjacent to it, depending on where on the street you want to be. Marble Arch is the tube stop at the west end of the street, and is the stop opposite Hyde Park.
If you wish to start from here you can make your way all along Oxford Street. Oxford Circus brings you out at the junction where Oxford Street meets Regent Street, another huge shopping thoroughfare.
At the far eastern end there is Tottenham Court Road, just before you get into Holborn.
Midway there is Bond Street tube and Oxford Circus tube, both are good for the department stores.
Oxford Street is very busy, and at many times of day you may find yourself struggling as a pedestrian, so it may be worth doing a little research into which shops you are interested in visiting, and whereabouts on the street they are.
There are many buses that stop on Oxford Street, but again they stop at different parts of the street, so it is well worth researching the exact routes compared to where you want to go.
The area around Oxford Street is also great for shopping, dining and drinking. As had been already mentioned Oxford Street crosses Regent Street, which is where you will find Hamleys, the Apple Store and many large boutiques.
It is also home to the BBC Radio Theatre, and if you walk down Regent Street you will get to Piccadilly Circus. In a road behind Oxford Circus you will find the famous department store Liberty, and you can also see the boutiques and trendy clothes shops of Carnaby Street.
If large department stores are your thing then the western end of Oxford Street is probably more to your taste, as the large flagship department stores are between Marble Arch and Oxford Circus. If you desire slightly more upmarket shopping then you can always drop south into Mayfair or head north to Bond Street from this end of Oxford Street.
The eastern end of Oxford Street is dominated by high street megastores, and shops that cater mainly to tourists. However, just south of the west end of Oxford Street are the eateries, drinkeries and low culture of Soho. If you require refreshment, or just to see some greenery then wandering into the bohemian Soho could be the ideal way to refresh yourself after the exertions of Oxford Street.
Oxford Street is the busiest shopping street in Europe, there are 548 shops on that one street, and, if you can bear the crowds, you are almost sure to find what you want. If not, you are just moments from Bond Street, Carnaby Street, Regent Street, Liberty or Soho, all of which cater to a slightly less populist taste. In all, if it is shops you are after, you cannot go far wrong by taking a trip to Oxford Street.