About:

The West End & Oxford Street district is the epicentre of London and, as well as featuring the most expensive property in the capital, houses the most luxurious residences in the world. It has a close network of busy streets that string countless high-end department stores, fine dining restaurants, energetic nightlife and fabulous entertainment together in the one neighbourhood.

Marylebone Tube

West End

Royal Opera House

Nelson's Column

Covent Garden Market

What's in the area:

Stretching 1.5 miles (2.4 km), Oxford Street is Europe's longest
shopping high street and a Mecca for any shopaholic. If the term 'shop til you drop' can ever be justified, it's here!

The iconic West End is London's theatre and entertainment district and it's exactly the place to go to take in a play or cabaret show. Encompassing the areas of Oxford Street, Mayfair, Marylebone, Piccadilly Circus, Soho and Bloomsbury, it's where you will find both high street & high end stores, London's top theatres and some of the city's major attractions: The British Museum, The National Gallery, Covent Garden Market, Hyde Park, Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, Selfridges and the Royal Opera House.

What we recommend:

  • Get a seat at a West End show. Our picks are the award-winning and long-running The Lion King, Phantom of the Opera and the irreverant Book of Mormon.
  • Be at the centre of Covent Garden’s cobbled square and renowned piazza in Punch & Judy, one of London’s busiest and most iconic pubs.
  • While big-budget theatre is plentiful, cabaret is cheap-and-cheerful option. Hit Circus, five minutes walk from Covent Garden square, for stylish cabaret entertainment.
  • Moments from Oxford Street is Claridges, a luxury five star hotel, whose Afternoon Tea is legendary (advanced booking required).

 

Afternoon Tea

Madame Tussauds

Hyde Park


Recommended by Londoners

Bone Daddies

"Head to Bone Daddies Ramen Bar in Soho for some of the best ramen in town!"

Kat, Peckham


 

Prince Charles Cinema

"The Prince Charles Cinema in Leicester Square is famous for it's movie marathons and 'Singalonga' events".

Ronan, Whitechapel

 

Princi

"Princi on Wardour Street do mammoth Italian breakfasts and gorgeous pastries!"

Maria, Hampstead


 

Dog & Duck Pub

"The Dog & Duck Pub is steeped in history and serves great ale too!"

Rebecca, Marylebone


 


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