Bring your good walking shoes for this mile-long street of shopping featuring over 300 stores from Selfridges to Primark.
7 minute walk to Oxford Street
Right from its beautiful Edwardian exterior to the stunning split-level restaurant; every element of this 4-star boutique hotel makes for a truly enjoyable stay. Just a 7 minute walk from Oxford Street, you can shop ‘til you drop just round the corner from your hotel on one of the world’s most famous shopping destinations. As well as Oxford Street, the Kingsley is also just a short stroll from the bustle of Covent Garden and Soho, so you won’t be short of places to check out.
When you’re not relaxing in your lovely en-suite room, you can enjoy a drink in the stylish bar and lounge or indulge in a tasty meal at the Kingsley Two restaurant which offers a modern European menu.
17 minute walk to Oxford Street
Whether you’re visiting London for business, pleasure or both, Thistle Trafalgar Square has the room, location and quality to suit you. Situated unbelievably close to the city’s best bits, such as Trafalgar Square, Leicester Square and Soho, you won’t be short of things to do day or night. It’s just a 17 minute walk to the world-class shopping location that is Oxford Street and is also right in the middle of the West End’s famous theatre district.
Unwind in your beautiful en-suite room, enjoy a drink in the lounge or have a delicious meal in the Squares Restaurant and Bar where you can sit out on the atmospheric terrace.
21 minute walk to Oxford Street
Refined and peaceful, yet still extremely close to all the city’s action, the Thistle Hyde Park hotel is a place where Victorian elegance is coupled with an incredible location. The beautiful building overlooks the leafy Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens whilst rooms are spacious and feature chandeliers and charming period furnishings.
There are 54 high-ceilinged, en-suite rooms, as well as 3 private event spaces and the lovely Whites Restaurant for a sophisticated meal or drink. It’s just a 21 minute stroll to Oxford Street, so you can indulge in some retail therapy before coming back to unwind in style.
Hyde Park is London’s most famous green space, filled with stunning monuments and an array of wildlife. It’s a beautiful place to wander through any time of year, but if you’re there in the summer then you need to take a boat out on the famous Serpentine Lake, and in winter the Winter Wonderland fair is unmissable.
Explore more than 2 million years of human history and culture at the British Museum, one of the biggest and best museums in the world. You’ll be able to see famous objects such as the Rosetta Stone, the Parthenon sculptures and Egyptian mummies, as well as visit newer exhibitions and go to contemporary events.
Be a part of the true heart of London in Soho, where you’ll find an intriguing mix of restaurants, galleries, shops and bars on every corner. It’s the perfect place to get close to the multi-faceted British culture and is destined to be fun, be it a cultural day or dazzling night.