Getting to Know the Iconic Oxford Street

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Lavishly spread on a major road of City of Westminster, London is Europe’s busiest shopping street. Tottenham Court Road station, Oxford Circus, Bond Street and Marble Arch are the major tube stations, connecting the rest of the London to this giant retail street.

Located close to the Marble Arch station, The Montcalm Luxury Hotel occupies what were once four Georgian houses. Offering the best of comforts, luxury and amenities in the heart of the city, a stay at the Montcalm Hotel is great to enjoy the views and vibe of London city. Only a three-mute walk away from the marble Arch station, the location of our hotel makes it easy for travelers to explore the city conveniently. If shopping, eating and making merry is your idea of a perfect holiday then our hotel is ideal for you. Here are a few fun things to-do and explore in oxford street:

Food and drinks

ICONIC OXFORD STREET

On a street where shopping rules, a few bars and cafes in the backstreets are a great escape.  They offer a break from retail therapy and a perfect place to enjoy the classic alternatives. You can visit the legendary Club 100 (the oldest live music venue in London), Ain’t Nothin’ But for Blues fans, spot celebrities at ChinaWhite (one of the London’s most expensive and exclusive clubbing experience), Quirky pubs and cafes at Carnaby Street, crepes and waffles at St. Christopher’s Place and beautiful terrace restaurants at Selfridges.

Iconic Buildings

Iconic Buildings London

Explore London’s rich history and heritage building. The March Arch, a white marble faced triumphal arch and London’s famous landmark is just few minutes away from The Montcalm Luxury HotelThis place offers a great photo opportunity too. Also, visit the Selfridges building, the famous Hamleys, Centre Point, the Wallace Collection, Wigmore Hall, the flagship store of House of Fraser and John Lewis, the palace theatre, the Sherlock Holmes museum, the Handel House museum for music lovers and the Marks & Spencers branch that is referred called the ‘Oxford Street Pantheon’.

Seasonal sensations

If you happen to the visit London in the months of November or December you can witness the turning on the Christmas lights by a celebrity and the see the streets beautifully decked up. This tradition is followed every year. You can also see Hamleys Christmas parade at the Regent Street.

Park Lovers

Enjoy long walks, picnics or the winter wonderland (December- January) in the scenic, vast and beautiful and the evergreen Hyde Park and Regent’s Park.

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