Regent Street hotels
A place that is known for its shopping and located on London’s West End, Regent Street is a popular place amongst tourists. A popular attraction during Christmas is the illuminations that can be seen stretching across the top of traffic on the street. Named after the Prince Regent and the street’s layout is associated with an architect named John Nash. The street was constructed to link together public spaces such as Carlton House Terrace, The Mall, Piccadilly Circus and the grand terraces of the park. Regent Park is a residential area where Regent Street was intended for more commercial purposes.
- Enjoy a unique shopping experience with fashion-conscious rivals such as Dickins & Jones department store and Liberty
- Take a walk and see the only surviving building left in Regent Street that was designed by architect John Nash– the All Souls Church at Langham Place
- Venture to the Apple retail store that opened in November 2004. It is unique to Regent Street as it was the first store of this kind to be seen in London and Europe; and it was the largest Apple store worldwide until August 2010.
Oxford Circus Tube station connects Regent Street and Oxford and is the junction where tourists can get off or onto London’s underground transportation system. The Bakerloo, Central and Victoria lines all meet at this station. Due to its global status, the city is served by five airports including the popular - Heathrow Airport. All airports provide shuttle and bus services to travellers to ensure that they reach their destination although the preferred means of travel is the London Underground tube. Other means of transportation include Pre-booked Mini cabs, Bus N9 offering transport to Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square.
750 hotels near Regent Street
Kingsley By Thistle offers an ideal blend of luxurious accommodation and contemporary comforts for a relaxed stay. Visitors can enjoy a range of musical and theatre performances at the Royal Opera... More
Whether travelling to London for a relaxing holiday or on business, Radisson Blu Edwardian Grafton Hotel London offers quality accommodation and modern conveniences. At leisure, guests can visit... More
Holiday Inn London Oxford Circus is placed in a quiet Edwardian terrace in Marylebone, offering quality lodging and modern day conveniences. Guests can enjoy visiting Wax museum in Madame Tussauds,... More
Located adjacent to Trafalgar Square and various top-rated local attractions, Club Quarters Trafalgar Square invites travellers to a stylish yet affordable Victorian-style retreat in this England... More
Housed in the historic Northumberland House, The Grand at Trafalgar Square welcomes discerning travellers with elegant surroundings and chic accommodations in the heart of London. This posh hotel... More
Radisson Blu Edwardian Kenilworth Hotel London provides quality lodging in the tourist district of the city. Art lovers can visit the Courtauld Gallery and admire a fine collection of French... More
Offering plush accommodations without a hefty price tag, Club Quarters Lincoln Inn Fields makes for a suitable retreat for corporate travellers and holidaymakers in the vibrant and heritage-rich... More
Occupying a fine location close to Sherlock Holmes Museum, Mandeville Hotel London provides quality accommodation and modern facilities to the visitors of London. It is within walkable distance to... More
Situated less than two kilometres away from Leicester Square, Russell Square and Covent Gardens, Doubletree By Hilton London West End is an ideal accommodation for business and leisure travellers... More