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Oxford Street is central London’s most famous shopping street and a home to a number of major department stores and numerous flagship stores such as Debenhams, Marks & Spencer or Topshop. It forms part of a larger shopping district with Regent Street, Bond Street and a number of other smaller nearby streets.
But what about the accommodation close to the famous Oxford Street? If you have money to spend and would like to treat yourself to a piece of luxurious heaven, then you should definitely plan to spend a few nights in one of these hotels. They will quickly become your cloud number nine.
Set in the bustling shopping theatre district, this luxury 5 star hotel offers the perfect refuge when you are tired from a long shopping day. It is situated in an old Grade II Listed Magistrates Court, retaining much of its original historical features with a modern twist. With its contemporary and design led bedrooms, award winning restaurant, a stylish cocktail bar, spa, gym and roof terrace, the Courthouse Hotel answers all your heart’s desires.
Whatever your wishes may be, they shall all be fulfilled in Langham ‘Grand’ Hotel positioned on top of Regent Street.
This unique hotel lays claim to being the best placed hotel for those wishing to indulge in retail therapy. Your shopping cravings will be well satisfied by wandering the flagship stores of Regent Street, the über luxury brands and jewelers of Bond Street, or the fashionable shops, such as London’s icon department store, Selfridges, on Oxford Street. You will find what you are looking for, that is a guarantee, and after a long day of shopping you will return to the hotel heaven.
The Radisson Blu Edwardian, Berkshire presents an intimate hideaway and a soothing refuge for the ardent Oxford Street shoppers.
Located at the center of Oxford Street and a short distance from Bond Street, this really is the perfect location for shopping in London. From high street shops to high end fashion you’ll be surrounded by the city’s finest. The individually designed rooms, chic restaurants and bars as well as the service that focuses on every detail form the oasis of perfect comfort.
This amazing hotel, located in the heart of London’s West End, offers a retreat from the bustle of the city into a world of fantasy and well-being. The landmarked 1950s building has been transformed into a “surreal dream world, epitomizing a new luxury that is smart, pared-down and tempered with a healthy dose of wit and irony.”
Apart from vast array of treatments in Agua spa, you will also appreciate the multiple dining and cocktail offerings in this five star luxury boutique hotel ideally located for weekend breaks or business travel. Don’t hold back, I know you want to be there.
To keep things interesting, I would like to point out an alternative if you don’t feel like staying at yet another fine hotel.
Within easy reach of Oxford Street, Soho and Piccadilly, this stylish, boutique hotel suites are an alternative for the modern traveller, with one, two and three bedroom hotel suites in Mayfair. Discreet and spacious, these luxury suites provide a home -from-home base, with a dedicated 24-hour concierge service to rival London’s top five star hotels. Feel free to call it home.
If you already have your pick, good for you! If you feel like none of the above are your style, don’t worry, more luxury hotels are coming in Part II! Look for it!