Oxford Street

Location

Hyde Park Executive Apartments are a 10 minute Tube Journey from Oxford Street via the Central Line. Oxford Street is the most famous shopping street in London featuring the world famous Selfridges, Marks and Spencers, John Lewis and House of Fraser to name a few.

About

Oxford Street is the UK’s most popular highstreet with more than 300 retailers from designer outlets to department stores and is the most visited shopping street in Europe with a phenominal half a million visitors per day. It  runs from Oxford Circus all of the way to Tottenham Court Road. It is a mile and a half long and includes a mix of high street fashion and international brands, accessories, childrenswear, technology and homewear. Oxford’s Street’s exciting mix of unrivalled shopping, fascinating history, captivating architecture, mouth-watering cuisine and unbeatable deals make it a popular destination for anyone visiting London.

After a busy day of shopping you can head to St. Christopher’s place where you will find diverse offer of restaurants, cafés and bars all within a stepping stone from Oxford Street.

Opening Hours

In General the shops in Oxford street remain open longer than in other part’s of London. They stay open until around 19:30 each evening apart from Sundays.

Oxford Street Tube

Oxford Circus is the main tube station for Oxford Street. At the other end of Oxford Circus you will find Tottenham Court Road station. This means that you can arrive at one end of Oxford Street, shop your way to the other end and then catch a tube from there.

For more information on the full range of shops on Oxford Street visit their Official Site.