350 Oxford Street
(Entrance on Marylebone Lane)
London  W1C 1BY LAT: 51.514678 LONG: -0.148165
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TELEPHONE: + 44 (0)207 629 7474 FAX: + 44 (0)20 7629 8156


4 Star Hotel near Oxford Street, London

Between Bond Street and modish Marylebone village, the Radisson Blu Edwardian, Berkshire is an intimate hideaway and a soothing refuge for Oxford Street shoppers.

Across the cool marble of the lobby, the Apex Bar is a relaxed local meeting place flooded with natural light. With comfy leather sofas and classic wood panelling, Scoff & Banter Bar and Restaurant serves great seasonal British food.

Hotel Enquiries

Phone: + 44 (0) 207 629 7474

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The Radisson Blu Edwardian Berkshire is in a perfect central London location, just moments from London's world famous shopping mecca, Oxford Street and  a short stroll from up-market Bond Street.  To the north, heading towards Regent's Park, is the less well known Marylebone High Street, with trendy boutique shops, restaurants, hip bars and a great 'villagey' feel.  Fitzrovia and the bars and restaurants of Charlotte Steet are on the eastern side, whilst trendy and exotic Soho is also within easy walking distance, to the South of the luxury hotel.

Local Landmarks and Attractions
Oxford Street shopping, Soho, Hyde Park, Mayfair, Shepherds Market, Green Park, Bond Street, Park Lane, Buckingham Palace, Regent Street, Piccadilly, West End Theatres, Notting Hill. Kensington Palace, Westfield Shopping Centre and only 20 minutes from Liverpool Street.

Insider London Tips
Morning: get up and out as early as you can. Stroll through Hyde Park's uncut meadows and trees, nothing around you but misty English countryside. Go down to the Serpentine for Coffee, then round the Serpentine Gallery for the smartest modern art.

Noon: Take Bond Street from the Oxford Street end; while the French were executing their Kings, and the American colonies were cutting free, this was the world's glitziest shopping Street, its still right up there. If you're feeling rich, step into Aspreys.

Night: Linger in leafy Berkeley Square - breathe in the last vapours of wartime and pre-war romance , then head straight down Charles Street. The road ends at an old, discreet and luxurious pub, the Red Lion.

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