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Where to stay near Oxford Street

Oxford Street Hotels

The ultimate shopping district in the capital of fashion, Oxford Street invites you to put your best foot forward and join the throng in search of your next fashion must-have. From luxury shopping malls at the Bond Street end to the big name brands flashing their wares around Oxford Circus, shopping ‘til you drop is the only option for serious shopaholics. After, the many theatres and museums offer a bit of cultural diversion, and perhaps a rest for weary feet.

Things to see

Emerging onto street level from Oxford Circus tube station is something of a baptism of fire. Once you manage to extricate yourself from the hordes of people around you, who will otherwise carry you off like a tidal wave, the angry hoots of taxis and the flyers for bus tours and theatre tickets that are thrust in your face will provide a sensory overload of their own. Soon, however, you’ll find your rhythm, weaving expertly between shops.

By the time you reach Bond Street, you’ll find a calmer atmosphere and a more carefully curated shopping experience. The window displays at Selfridges are themselves a work of art, and you could lose yourself for days inside this iconic department store. The rooftop restaurant will make you feel miles away from the hubbub below, and is a smart dining choice if you want to avoid the identikit eateries which dominate Oxford Street.

Hotels in Oxford Street

Oxford Street hotels include some of the most glamorous 5-star hotels such as The Langham, London, in the city. After sublime spa treatments and haute cuisine dining in Michelin-starred restaurants, you can retire to a spacious, elegant suite, finished with high quality furnishings and luxurious bathrooms, where you’ll find fluffy bathrobes and slippers. Smart city living is offered in the 3 and 4-star hotels in Oxford Street such as Saint Georges Hotel, some of which provide serviced apartment accommodation, where you’ll enjoy a full kitchen and separate living area. There are also a few cheap Oxford Street hotels such as Point A Hotel - Paddington, including hostels which tend to offer free WiFi, breakfast, and luggage storage.

Where to stay

Bond Street is the address for luxury Oxford Street hotels. Designer boutiques and upmarket department stores abound, and you’ll be on the edge of Hyde Park. Numerous mid-range and budget hotels, including hostels, are located around the main stretch of Oxford Street, and not only is this a top location for shopping, it’s also a highly strategic location for visiting London’s main attractions, given the central position and excellent transport links. North of Oxford Street, in the Fitzrovia district, you’ll find smart, serviced apartments and chic hotels in a quieter neighbourhood that’s still just a short walk from Oxford Street.

How to get to Oxford Street

To reach the central shopping district of Oxford Street, the best option is to take the tube to Oxford Circus. It’s a major tube station, served by the Bakerloo, Central, and Victoria lines. Both Bond Street, at the western end of Oxford Street, and Tottenham Court Road, at the eastern end are also located on the Central line. Major stopping routes for London buses are located along the length of Oxford Street. From either Heathrow or Gatwick, Oxford Street is easily accessible by taking the airport express services to Paddington or Victoria, then taking the tube direct to Oxford Circus.

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