Guest Rooms at this four star luxury Secret Hotel, ‘Absolute Gem Ideal For West End & Oxford St Shops – 4 Star – London’, are furnished to a high standard with all the trimmings you would expect from a hotel of this caliber, including cable television, coffee and tea making facilities, trouser press, iron and ironing board and mini bar. Staff are on hand to help with anything you may desire. Laundry, valet parking, concierge, currency exchange and room service are all available. A business centre with audio/visual equipment is also onsite for those needing to check in with work and a gym for when you need to wind down. Start your evening in the hotel bar and restaurant, stylishly decorated in neutral tones and serving up an array of gourmet treats.
Oxford Street is a shopper’s paradise, and one of London´s most iconic streets. Spend a morning of retail therapy in the flagship Nike store, Selfridges Department Store and a whole host of high street and designer names. Wander down to Piccadilly Circus to take some snaps off the famous illuminated advertisement signs and of course the countless red double decker buses that will pass you. If you´re travelling with children, Ripley´s Believe It or Not in Piccadilly showcases over 700 weird and wonderful artefacts over 6 floors! Be sure to check out the world´s tallest man, a life-size Ferrari made entirely out of knitted wool and the mirror maze. A unique day out that all the family will enjoy.
There´s plenty of great restaurants in this neck of the woods, ranging from cheap and tasty eats in Soho´s Chinatown to haute cuisine at Gordon Ramsay at Claridge´s. For something light, Postcard Teas is a chic teahouse serving up yummy sponge cakes alongside your favourite tea but if you´re after something more filling, Meat Liquor serves the best burgers in town. High quality ground chunk steak, seasoned well and garnished with your favourite toppings in a sweet bun. For a local watering hole, try Lowlander, with a choice of over 120 brands of beer and a lively atmosphere.
For a spot of culture, The Wallace Collection is just a stone´s throw away, set within an historic London townhouse and showcasing beautiful 18th century French paintings, furniture and ceramics. There´s also a spectacular courtyard restaurant for al fresco dining when the weather permits. Old and modern French cuisine is perfectly balanced here, and if you visit in the evening you can eat out under the stars with your loved one.