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All of us are charmed by the magic of Oxford Street. Shopping on this busy yet satisfying street is an experience worth remembering for everyone. For someone new to shopping in London at the Oxford Street can be very overwhelming. Make sure you book a comfortable yet luxurious stay at the M by Montcalm London Tech City Hotel. Our hotel is conveniently located for you to go and shop the famous oxford street and reach back quickly to dump the shopping bags as well as have a relaxing time.
To make this overwhelming experiences easy and fun for you, here are some handy tips you can follow to shop better and have a gala time:
Giant department stores
Oxford Street is home to some of UK’s biggest departmental stores like John Lewis, Debenhams, Marks & Spencers and House of Fraser. Each of them has vast and varied collection of homeware, clothes, kitchenware, luggage, beauty, accessories, holiday and more. These departmental stores also have food department, restaurants and some great cafes in the same building.
Double your fun
The hugeness of Oxford Street makes brands open two or more showrooms on this street. Most of the brands have their flagship stores on this street. Having two or more stores on this street helps them cater to buyers at both ends of the street. This helps shoppers stress a bit less about missing a store.
If you plan to visit London only to shop, we suggest you book a trip in January. January is a month of sales in London. Shop more at great discounted prices from popular brands and stores.
Celebrate Christmas in London and grab great deals on Boxing Day. Big stores like Selfridges and Harrods have awesome deals on luxury shopping for you to buy things you love.
Don’t ignore the back streets
While all the hustle-bustle of shopping and big brands or stores occupies the front row on Oxford Street, there are some great shops in the back streets and allies of Oxford Street. These shops too are great for shopping.
Tips for shoppers
Mango store at Oxford Street also has an outlet on its second floor, Primark puts its off-season clothes on reduction, and you can enter the Oxford Street Topshop from a slide door at Miss Selfridges to avoid crowds.