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Oxford Circus Hotels

Oxford Circus lies at the busy intersection of London’s two greatest shopping avenues, Regent and Oxford Streets.

Set in the heart of central London‘s West End and well-connected by public transport, this is an ideal location for first-time visitors looking for budget (and relatively budget) lodgings near both the theatre district, shopping, nightlife and many of the city’s greatest attractions.


£ 40-80
££ 80 – 200
£££ 200 – 350
££££ 350 – 600+

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Hallam Hotel
12 Hallam St, London W1W 6JF
If you’re looking for basic, cheap, central and a rate that’s inclusive of an English or Continental breakfast, the Hallam hits all the right notes. Ensuite rooms are small and spare, but there’s an elevator — not always a given in London’s budget hotels.

Astor Court Hotel
20 Hallam Street, London, W1W 6JQ
With small, spare and cheery ensuite rooms, this 3-star hotel offers comfort and convenience rather than luxury. A few apartment rooms are ideal for families, with room for 5-6 people and fully outfitted kitchens.

Holiday Inn Oxford Circus
57-59 Welbeck Street, London, W1G 9BL
Light on design but strong on convenience and comfort, you’ll find a small mini-gym and a cozy little lounge bar. Cuisine at the informal restaurant is pan-European, but breakfasts are traditionally British and kids eat free.

Radisson Edwardian Grafton Hotel
130 Tottenham Court Road, London, W1T 5AY
With a large array of singles, twins, doubles and suites, this hotel has a cozy little (but not cramped) room for just about everyone. Wi-fi is free, the fitness room is spacious, the sleek restaurant serves modern British cuisine, and the 1930s marble-topped bar and adjacent lounge provide an airy spot for a pre-theatre drink.

Saint Georges Hotel
Langham Place, Regent Street, London, W1B 2QS
Ostensibly a business hotel that provides good value and a convenient location for leisure travelers, the 92 rooms range from merely efficient to modern and stylish. The informal 15th-floor bar and restaurant provide eclectic European cuisine, afternoon tea, comfy leather chairs and lovely city views.

Radisson Blu Portman Hotel
22 Portman Square, London, W1H 7BG
The 272 guest rooms (including a variety of spacious suites) are decorated in a variety of modern European styles, all featuring plush beds and fabrics. The airy on-site restaurant has a groaning breakfast buffet, but otherwise serves hearty Mediterranean cuisine; the small, elegant bar is a swanky little respite from the Oxford Street and Theatre District bustle.

Radisson Edwardian Berkshire Hotel
350 Oxford Street, London, W1C 1BY
Beautifully renovated, this elegant business hotel offers free wi-fi and stylish appeal for leisure travelers. The restaurant offers rich leather chairs and sofas, a beautiful afternoon tea and seasonal British cuisine.

Rathbone Hotel
30 Rathbone Street, London, W1T 1LB
Standard rooms here are perfectly comfortable (especially the beds), their chintz-and-gilt-edged furnishings a step up from chain quality; the club, studio and suite rooms, though, offer more modern decor and a splash of luxury with robes, local Penhalgion’s toiletries and free wi-fi. There’s an on-site breakfast room, snacks available all day and a discount arrangement with local restaurants.


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