Oxford Street is one of the most popular shopping districts in London. The road has been in existence since 1196 and was called Tyburn Road until 1782. Today, Oxford Street has grown to over 300 shops in the mile and a half stretch of road beginning at the Marble Arch at Hyde’s Park. The shops on Oxford Street include Selfridges, Marks & Spencer, the Disney Store and many other fashion retailers and department stores.
Hotels near Oxford Street are often chosen by visitors who plan on spending time shopping during their vacation. The Victoria Inn is one of the best values in budget hotels in London, offering easy access to shopping, restaurants, and public transportation. This destination is popular throughout the year, but is especially beautiful at Christmas, with the festive displays, which has been turned on by various celebrities throughout the year.
If you are looking for budget hotels in London, the Victoria Inn offers 43 well appointed rooms with amenities that include direct dial telephone, colour television, security lock and tea and coffee making facilities in each room. In addition, our guests are treated to a complimentary breakfast each morning to save even more money in food costs, as well as fees for hotels near Oxford Street.
Most visitors to London want to spend time visiting the many of the other well known attractions in London, other than the world class shopping offered at Oxford Street. Victoria Inn is one of the most conveniently located hotels near Oxford Street as well as the London Eye, Royal Albert Hall, Natural History Museum, and Buckingham Palace.