The hotel’s understated, boutique style is epitomised by light, airy public spaces, modern artwork and chic furnishings. Each of the rooms has its own unique character with elegant bathrooms and stunning suites.
The popular Steak & Lobster restaurant, serving mouth-watering steak and fresh lobster, is a relaxed and comfortable setting for dinner or a fruity cocktail.
As well as Selfridges and the rest of Oxford Street’s world-class shopping on the doorstep, guests will find Bond Street’s boutiques and Hyde Park’s open spaces close by. Bond Street tube station is just minutes away, offering great transport links to London Waterloo and the rest of London.
Check-in is from 15:00. Check-out is at 11:00
Phone: +44 (0) 20 7408 0130
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|From USD $424 per night|
Right by Marble Arch, the Sussex hotel in London gives you a major advantage when it comes to shopping. Oxford Street, Bond Street and Tottenham Court Road are moments away and the Westfield Shopping Centre in Shepherd's Bush is a short tube right away. Hyde Park, Mayfair, the West End, Soho, Notting Hill and Buckingham Palace are also on your doorstep. A quick tube ride in either direction on the Central line takes you to both Westfield London and Westfield Stratford, in just 15 minutes.
On Your Doorstep
Our hotel is located near Selfridges, Edgware Road, Oxford Street shopping, St. Christopher's Place, Hyde Park, Mayfair, Shepherd's Market, Green Park, Bond Street, Park Lane, Buckingham Palace, Regent Street, Piccadilly, West End theatres, Notting Hill, Kensington Palace, Madame Tussauds, Westfield Shopping Centre and Knightsbridge.
Morning: Get up and out as early as you can. Stroll through Hyde Park's uncut meadows and trees with nothing around you but misty English countryside. Go down to the Serpentine for coffee, then wander through the Serpentine Gallery for the smartest modern art.
Noon: Starting at the Oxford Street end, spend some time shopping along Bond Street. While the French were executing their Kings and the American colonies were cutting free, this was the world's glitziest shopping street, and it's still right up there. If it's raining, jump on the Underground and head to Westfield Stratford, the capital's newest shopping mecca.
Night: Enjoy the hustle and bustle of Edgware Road's restaurants and cafes before heading back to Steak & Lobster for a nightcap.
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