Oxford Street in London is one of the world’s most famous places. This guide to Oxford Street hotels, transport and attractions will help you find out more about this iconic London location!
Oxford Street – Famous for Shopping
Oxford Street is Europe’s busiest shopping street. It has around 300 shops and welcomes more than 200 million visitors a year.
At one end of Oxford Street is Tottenham Court Road station, at the other is Marble Arch. The street is dissected halfway through by Regent Street, famous for its sweeping Nash terraces, Hamley’s and the new Apple Store.
Oxford Street is home to the major department stores – John Lewis, House of Fraser, Debenhams, Marks & Spencer and Selfridges – as well as flagship Nike, H&M, Adidas and Topshop stores. There are hundreds of smaller stores selling literally everything you could want – clothes and shoes, jewellery, electrical goods, toys and games, sportswear, music, food and drink and much more!
Oxford Street is even part of the second most expensive set on the original Monopoly board. It costs £300 (Regent Street is also £300 but Bond Street is slightly more expensive at £320).
Oxford Street Hotels
If you’re looking for hotels near Oxford Street, The Rathbone Hotel is perfectly placed to explore, shop, eat and wander! One of the most popular hotels in Fitzrovia, The Rathbone is among the very best positioned Oxford Street hotels, conveniently located within walking distance of this ultimate shopping hub.
As one of the most prominent London landmarks, there are many hotels near Oxford Street, giving tourists and visitors a number of options – everything from hostels, hotels and London hotel apartments. For a four star boutique hotel close to Oxford Street, The Rathbone offers exceptional service and its ideal location is within easy reach of everything you need while also providing a quiet, peaceful and tranquil haven from where to base your trip.
So if you’re seeking a 4 star hotel near Oxford Street, The Rathbone is just what you’re looking for!