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B and Bs in Oxford Circus

Chandos House
2 Queen Anne Street
Oxford Circus
London

W1G 9LQ | View map

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Beautifully restored Grade 1 listed Georgian townhouse hidden in a quiet corner of central London, 3 minutes walk from Oxford Circus. Designed and built by Robert and James Adam, the most prominent Scottish architects in Georgian Britain, the house is a fine example of their work with amazing grand rooms and period restorations. All rooms have their own unique decor, with LCD flat screen colour televisions, internet-enabled phones, en-suite bathrooms, hairdryers and fine bone china tea and coffee making facilities. The building is WiFi enabled throughout, plus free computer use at reception for guests. An extensive and elegant continental breakfast is included in the price.

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