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Thursday, 14 February 2013
Hotels Near Oxford Street - a Perfect Spring Breakthe
Springtime in London is an ideal time to visit for that shopping spree, gallery visit, sightseeing trip or theatre treat. The weather is starting to warm up, flowers are making themselves seen and the sun is hopefully making an appearance.
If you are visiting London for a little retail therapy you may wish to consider any of the hotels near Oxford Street. From here you will be close to all the action and perhaps even become that early bird, ready to grab the best bargains in the spring sales.
Of course, it may be that you're bringing the children to town for a treat to Madame Tussaud's, the Planetarium or even one of the shows currently wowing the crowds in the West End. There's so much going on that you may have trouble deciding where to start.
Getting around London is always easy via the tube or bus. Staff at any of the hotels near Oxford Street will be happy to help you by calling a taxi or advising about bus routes. Combining a work trip with leisure may also prove attractive since when it comes to booking business meeting rooms London is the place to be.
One of the most popular ways in which to explore the city is by any one of the bus tours currently operating. These open-top buses offer some of the best views of London and cover all the main sights. It is amazing the otherwise invisible things which can be observed from the top deck.
You can jump on and off anywhere along the route enabling you to visit places of interest should you wish to do so. Most services include a guide who provides a running commentary and is there to answer any questions. An audio guide is also on offer for anyone for whom English is not their first language.
Don't forget London's famous museums, any of which are worthy of a day in their own right. Another unforgettable attraction is Westminster Abbey with its history of Royal Coronations.
To ensure you get the most out of your trip to London, why not explore our site for helpful information on booking hotels near Oxford Street, together with hints and tips on visits. Alternatively, please contact our team who will be only too happy to ensure that your stay is a memorable one.