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St Giles Hotel
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Oxford Street, stretching one-and-a-half miles from Marble Arch to Tottenham Court Road tube station, is Europe's biggest and busiest shopping street, catering for every purse. Its most famous destination is Selfridges, which has stood on the same site for more than 100 years. Other leading department stores include Debenhams, John Lewis and House of Fraser, whose huge exteriors form a dramatic contrast with the smaller retailers, particularly the cheap souvenir shops and "closing down sales" found towards Tottenham Court Road. All of the shopper's favourite high-street chains have flagship stores on Oxford Street, from Marks & Spencer, Topshop and H&M to HMV, Virgin Megastore and Borders, while sportswear giants such as Adidas and Nike are also present and correct. Meanwhile, the legendary 100 Club still opens for live music every night. There are some great little hideaways tucked behind Oxford Street's tall facade: Carnaby Street, the centre of London's Swinging Sixties scene, is filled with boutiques selling vintage, designer and street fashions, while the shops in St Christopher's Place, a continental-style precinct, are chic and fascinating. Leading off Oxford Circus, Regent Street boasts some world-renowned stores: Hamley's toyshop, Apple's flagship store, and Liberty, celebrated for stylish fabrics and designs.

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Number 5 Maddox Street (0.09 miles)

Number 5 Maddox Street
No.5 Maddox Streetís suites are an alternative luxury hotel experience in one of Londonís most prestigious neighbourhoods. The one-, two-, and three-bed hi-tech studios are a surprisingly peaceful retreat near buzzing Soho. Lacquered wood, bamboo ... More | visit website
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Courthouse Kempinski Hotel (0.15 miles)

Courthouse Kempinski Hotel
In a Grade II Listed building, this luxury hotel is in Central London, 2 minutesí from Oxford Circus Tube. It boasts stylish rooms, fantastic international cuisine, indoor pool and spa. The air-conditioned rooms have a modern ... More | visit website
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Westbury Mayfair (0.23 miles)

Westbury Mayfair
The Westbury is a luxury 5 star hotel situated on Bond Street within Londonís most exclusive fashion and boutique district of Mayfair. All 249 rooms and suites have been individually designed with soft contemporary furnishings, ... More | visit website

Pied a Terre Apartments (0.24 miles)

Pied a Terre Apartments
We are handling some of the finest serviced apartments in Mayfair. Our company's philosophy is to match prices with quality and outstanding service ... More
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Langham (the) (0.24 miles)

Langham (the)
Originally opened in 1865, The Langham, London was Europeís first ĎGrand Hotelí and now after a remarkable £80 million transformation, the hotel unveils a stunning new look. With an unrivalled location in the heart of ... More | visit website
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Sanctum Soho Hotel (0.24 miles)

Sanctum Soho Hotel

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Located in the heart of London's West End, the Sanctum Soho Hotel is a celebration of the neighbourhood in which it stands: like Soho itself, ... More

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Sanderson (0.27 miles)

With unique and stunning design, this innovative boutique hotel is just a 2-minute walk from Oxford Street. Its spacious, designer rooms boast fantastic London views, HD TVs, and Egyptian cotton sheets. Designed by Philippe Starck, The ... More | visit website
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Grange Langham Court (0.32 miles)

Grange Langham Court
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 tranquillity - The Langham Court Hotel. ... More | visit website
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Chandos House (0.33 miles)

Chandos House

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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 ... More

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The Hallam (0.34 miles)

The Hallam
The Hallam Hotel is a privately-run hotel. Great care is taken to ensure that your stay with us, whether on business or for pleasure, is a pleasant and enjoyable one. All our rooms have private ... More | visit website

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