Staff at this fashionable four star Secret Hotel, ‘Elegant & fashionable hotel close to Oxford Circus – 4 star – London’, pride themselves on providing a fantastic service, with 24 hour reception, concierge and night porter all on hand to help. Their other services include laundry, limousine services, city tours and theatre reservations. Each deluxe guest room has connecting rooms and en-suite bathroom with bathtub as well as all the mod cons you would expect such as high speed internet, cable television and climate control. Business facilities include an executive lounge, courier services and a board room amongst others and there is also a fitness centre and gym onsite for guest use. Should you wish to dine at the hotel, they have a choice of two restaurants to suit all palettes and an onsite bar area.
Staying near to Oxford Circus will put you in close proximity to fantastic shopping, whether that be a designer hand bag from one of the many luxury shops on Bond Street or some bargains in the flagship Primark store, this neck of the woods has everything covered. Chinatown and surrounding Soho is the place to go for cheap and delicious food and 2 for 1 cocktail deals in the evening but if you’re after something a bit more traditional then pop into one of the many Victorian pubs in the area. The Dog and Duck on Bateman Street has welcomed more than a few famous faces in over the years including British writer George Orwell. Enjoy a ploughman’s lunch and pint of ale as you chat to the locals that frequent this much loved pub.
Children will love Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum, where you’ll be able to see your favourite faces from past and present. Whether you want to pose next to your favourite footballer, Albert Einstein or Her Majesty The Queen, you’ll love how realistic these life size figurines are. Just down the road is the Sherlock Holmes Museum, located in the fictional address of the world’s best loved detective. Whether you’re an avid fan of the films and books or just want to see an authentic Victorian house perfectly restored to it’s former glory, this museum makes a really interesting cultural day out.
If you’re visiting London during a Sunday, be sure to partake in the British tradition of a Sunday roast. Hawksmoor Seven Dials serves up the best roast beef dinner in central London; perfectly pink longhorn beef served alongside all the usual trimmings including a humongous Yorkshire pudding.