Hotels Near Oxford Street London

What is today known the Oxford Street was once part of the Via Trinobantina, a Roman road between Essex and Hampshire. The road was notorious for the public hangings of prisoners. In the 18th century, the road was renamed as the Oxford Street. And with the change of name, other things began to change as well.

Street traders began to flock here as more commercial and residential properties were built in the area. By the early 20th century, department stores such as John Lewis & Partners, HMV, and Selfridges had started mushrooming in this region. In the 21st century, it became one of the most popular shopping destinations in the world. The 1.5 mile stretch of Oxford Street has more than 90 flagship stores and hundreds of amazing restaurants, which attract more than 500,000 visitors each year.

If you also want to get the best experience of this amazing shopping destination, it is a great idea to find a hotel near Oxford Street London. And when looking for a great budget hotel neat Oxford Street London, your first choice should be The County Hotel.

The Best Rooms

The County Hotel offers the best affordable rooms in Central London. For single travellers, our hotel offers one of the most comfortable and spacious single rooms you can find near Oxford Street. If you’re travelling with your family or friends, choose the twin-bed room, double room or bunk-bed room, depending on the size of the group and your budget. For kids travelling with you, we arrange for baby cots to be available.

All rooms are fitted with television sets. Other amenities include towels and tea/coffee provided in the room.

Variety of Cuisines

The County Hotel not just has the best shopping areas near it, but also some of the best restaurants. Here are the most popular restaurants to visit when staying at The County Hotel:

Upper Fleet Bakery

If you’re craving for some delicious lunch, then Upper Fleet Bakery should be your #1 choice! The bakery serves seasonal quiches, frittatas, sandwiches, freshly made salads and soups daily. They also offer freshly baked biscuits, pastries, and cakes.

Number Twelve

If you’d like some Italian fusion cuisine late at night, Number Twelve is the place to go. All their dishes are prepared from scratch, using fresh ingredients.

Don’t wait for taking that perfect vacation. Make your bookings at The County Hotel to have the best time near Oxford Street within your budget.

What's nearby

The Resting Hare - (1 min walk)

Number Twelve - (1 min walk)

The British Museum - (14 min walk)

Oxford Street - (16 min walk)

Buckingham Palace - (16 min by tube)

Wembley Park Station (25 min by tube)