Radisson Blu Edwdn Berkshire
350 Oxford St, W1C 1BY, United Kingdom
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On this boutique hotel’s doorstep Oxford Street hums with endless retail stores, and just moments away on foot finds the luxury shopping address of Bond Street while a little further leads to Marylebone Village. Guests can relax drink in hand into a comfy leather sofa in the hotel’s bar before savouring a heart-warming, contemporary British meal in the stylish restaurant. Spacious rooms offer tasteful furnishings, plush bedding and a soothing in-room spa treatment can also be arranged as the perfect way to unwind after a busy day.

Why we recommend the Radisson Edwardian Berkshire

  • Boutique hotel in central location
  • Spacious rooms with plush bedding
  • Near Oxford and Bond Streets
  • Close to attractions, transport and shopping
  • Business facilities and stylish restaurant and bar

Attractions near the Radisson Edwardian Berkshire

Upscale shopping on Oxford Street

The home of Selfridges and some of the most expensive real estate in Europe, London's original shopping street only makes room for the finest tenants. Many of the biggest British and international brands are represented at more than 300 retailers, including giant department stores and top-end boutiques.

Known as Europe's busiest retail strip, Oxford Street is packed with shoppers at the best of times, especially in the lead up to Christmas when the fabulous illuminations and decorations are an attraction in themselves. But it’s not just the shopping this street is famous for – the architecture should not be overlooked. If you prefer to escape the crowds, head off the main thoroughfare to uncover hidden gems.

Dine out in Marylebone Village

If you're looking for a sophisticated locale for a gourmet dinner or boutique afternoon tea, Marylebone Village has earned a reputation in recent years as one of London's best foodie districts. Stroll along Marylebone High Street for upscale eateries or check out the side streets for cheaper prices without sacrificing quality.

Browse the menus of this affluent precinct’s independent restaurants and cafes, and try traditional British snacks, modern European and Asian cuisine, and innovative dishes from top chefs. This is also the place to find some of London’s best coffee. When night falls, you can enjoy a cocktail in the relaxed ambience of Marylebone's stylish bars.

Facilities - General

Laundry serviceConcierge
BikesSwimming pool
Health club or gymDay spa
Parking valetParking cost applicable

Facilities - Room

Minibar (some rooms)Air conditioning
TelevisionInternet wireless fee
Internet (wireless)Internet (cable)
Cable TVIron and ironing board
In room safeRoom service
TelephoneTea and coffee making facilities
Internet cable feeInternet (common wireless)

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