Refurbishment September 2023 – July 2025
We are excited to announce that the iconic Central Park Hotel is under major transformation. Sometimes things need to get ugly before they get pretty !
Our guests are at the heart of all the decisions we make, and your comfort during this period has our priority.
We look forward to welcoming you during and post-refurbishment to share more enhanced experiences.
Synonymous with retail therapy, Oxford Street is the most iconic shopping district in London. This commercial thoroughfare is approximately 1.2 miles long and runs from Marble Arch Underground Station in the west to Tottenham Court Underground Station in the east. The Central Line serves both stations with stops at Bond Street and Oxford Circus. Red double-decker buses cruise up and down the road.
Staying at our Central Hotel London is the only way to beat the crowds.
Oxford Street is busiest at weekends, over the festive season in December, and during the January Sales. At all other times, the area is quieter in the morning with increased footfall from lunch onwards. These are the best places to bookmark for shopping.
Even if you aren’t looking to spend, Selfridges is the very emblem of London shopping culture. It’s one of the largest luxury department stores devoted to designer and high street clothing, chic accessories, home decor, pet products, cosmetics, fragrances, books, and gifts. Selfridges also has a food court and a beautiful rooftop bistro.
Another high-end department store, Liberty London is located near Oxford Circus. This establishment is even more fashion-centric and has its own fabrics range. The Tudor-style design is a treat in itself while racks are stocked with vintage clothing and upscale accessories. Whether you are looking to treat yourself during your stay at the Central Hotel London or lavish your loved ones with gifts, Liberty is the place to go.
Marks and Spencer is the most famous British brand specialising in everyday fashion, high-quality homeware, and food. The Oxford Street flagship store is the largest in the United Kingdom.
& Other Stories is one of the coolest shops on Oxford Street with a trendy aesthetic. This Swedish fashion house celebrates timeless trends and feminine styling with key influences from Paris, Stockholm, and Los Angeles. Clothing lines are refreshed seasonally and only women are currently catered for.
The United Kingdom doesn’t have a Disneyland Resort but it does have Disney Store outlets. If you are staying at the Central Hotel London with children, do take them to the Disney Store to spend their pocket money. The shop stocks collectables, clothing, plushies, toys, and household items themed on classic and recent releases. In fact, this treasure trove is a must for all ages!
Oxford Street is known for its wide representation of British, European, and international fashion brands. Visit H&M, Uniqlo, River Island, Zara, Next, Superdry, and Urban Outfitters for voguish streetwear.
Designer shops include Louis Vuitton, Mango, and GAP. You may also take a detour to Regent Street for more luxury designer boutiques.
For sportswear, athleisure, and sneakers, you may peruse Skechers, Nike, Adidas, New Balance, and Foot Locker.
If you are booking a room with us at the Central Hotel London with a mission to revamp your wardrobe, Oxford Street will not let you down.